The belief underlying the introduction of foreign languages in primary schools is that teaching foreign languages early to young children when they are most receptive could close the gap which currently exists between our young people and their european counterparts in terms of foreign language capability making them more competitive on the . Teaching foreign languages in the primary school is designed as a resource for training and practising modern foreign languages herein language teachers the book manages to cover a lot of territory combining the research literature case studies and the authors own experience as a classroom teacher to produce a text which should be . Teaching foreign languages in the primary school is for every teacher whether generalist or specialist trainee or experienced wanting to confidently introduce foreign language teaching into their classroom based on the authors extensive experience of teaching across key stages 1 2 this book provides practical strategies that can be easily implemented in your setting. Teaching foreign languages in the primary school advises modern foreign language trainee and qualified teachers on how to teach mfl successfully at primary level this book offers full information including sections on childrens ideas about how to learn languages the current situation of mfl in the uk . Do primary schools have to teach a foreign language at the moment foreign languages are not statutory at primary school however michael gove the secretary of state recently confi rmed that foreign languages will be compulsory for year 3 6 when the new national curriculum comes into force in september 2014 the new foreign languages
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