Issues in Modern Foreign Languages Teaching draws together a range of issues in the teaching of modern foreign languages into one volume that will encourage students and newly qualified teachers to consider and reflect on the issues so that they can make a reasoned and informed judgement about their teaching of MFL. It will be relevant for students and newly qualified teachers at both primary and secondary level and will fill a gap in their knowledge due to time constraints - and an emphasis on standards - on ITT and PGCE courses.The minimum assessable a#39;cotea#39; consisted of the basic listening, speaking and reading papers. ... The GCSE was graded on a scale from A to G (the A* grade was not introduced until 1994) and like both the CSE and GOML was positively marked. ... listening papers were a series of questions and answers in English, as were the rubrics for speaking and writing tests. ... exemplification materials and mark schemes were readily available, and boards held training meetings for teachers.
|Title||:||Issues in Modern Foreign Languages Teaching|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2000|