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Your search returned 7 results. (Engaging hard-to-reach pupils + Secondary)
Outside clients commissioned a product requiring the use of the foreign language, and pupils delivered the product, such as a children's book for a primary school, a resource for a visitor attraction or jingles for a radio station. The participating schools analysed to what extent their curriculum is supportive of pupil creativity and independence.
This project set out to include adult learners in both Key Stage 3 and 4 classes of Spanish. Building a mixed age language learning community had the joint aims of improving student motivation, attainment and behaviour and meeting the community cohesion agenda.
Working with an award-winning local employer to highlight the importance of foreign language skills in Shropshire’s tourism and leisure sector, particularly in the run-up to the 2012 Olympics, this project developed a bank of teaching materials to give students the opportunity to use their language skills in an inspiring and practical way.
The project was aimed at lower ability pupils in Key Stage 3. The intention was to re-engage through interactive lessons using CLIL methodology. There was a big focus on building oracy, listening and reading skills. There are four modules comprising six lessons. The topics are Music, Drama, Sport and French Culture.
A project with the theme of re-engaging hard to reach pupils in language learning, using French, Spanish and German. Students worked in groups to prepare a business presentation in which they explained how they would relocate a family to France, Germany or Spain.
The aim of the project is to combine language learning with sport, or more specifically Derby County Football Club, and to enthuse Key Stage 3 students through innovative ways of teaching both inside and outside of the classroom.
The aim of the project was to motivate disengaged language learners through a combination of French language lessons with P.E. The projected outcome was to achieve an increase in numbers of students studying French at GCSE.