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How to teach Spanish all in Spanish

How do you start teaching Spanish to a class of native English speakers who have no clue about Spanish at all? And is it possible to continue teaching them without using a word of English?...

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Halloween Lesson Plan for Primary Spanish Teachers (KS1, lower KS2)

Halloween! What do the children associate with Halloween? They can make a list which will include sweets and broomsticks and ghosts and more. Which of these items will they see in the short video clip?...

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KS2 Spanish Resources for Teachers (look no further!)

Have you been searching for resources to help you teach KS2 Spanish? Are you looking for a one-stop solution or an add-on to your existing resource bank? Speekee’s got it covered! Our massively updated...

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How Speekee’s KS2 Scheme of Work is the perfect fit for the 2014 MFL primary curriculum

The National Curriculum in England Framework document (July 2013) LANGUAGES Purpose of study Learning a foreign language is a liberation from insularity and provides an opening to other cultures. A high-quality languages education should...

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How the #mfltwitterati helps resource providers

The MFL Twitterati Over on Twitter there’s a flourishing Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) community. It’s known as the #mfltwitterati and this friendly group of teachers is doing a great service to the whole foreign...

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Languages to be compulsory in English primary schools

On 7 January 2014 the BBC posted a video on its website, entitled: Languages to be compulsory in English primary schools Below is the transcript. Reporter: “Language teaching is set to change but at this...

Why did we create the Scheme of Work for schools?

Why did we create the Scheme of Work for schools?

We’ve written a lot on this blog about Speekee TV but in fact the last few months have been pretty much our busiest ever period with the Speekee Scheme of Work for use in...

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