Is anyone on here a 'Modern Foreign Language/s coordinator' in a primary school ?

(5 Posts)
gorionine Sun 07-Jul-13 14:44:15
gorionine Sun 07-Jul-13 14:40:31

My main trouble is, I think, to try to devise a list of things important to be taught, at what point to teach them (order) and how exactly to assess.

Primrose123 Sun 07-Jul-13 14:19:48

I would be interested in any info about this too. I have a degree in French and German, and a PGCE, although mine is for teaching adults, not children. I would be very interested in doing something like this.

gorionine Sun 07-Jul-13 14:14:26

Anyone?

gorionine Sun 07-Jul-13 12:40:14

Not sure where to post this one, sorry if not in the right place.
I work in a primary school as an LSA. My mother tongue is French and I am contemplating the idea of being the school's MFL coordinator, there isn't one at the moment and I have not been asked to, it is just something I would like to try.
Now, I have little concept of where to start with. I would like to be absolutely sure what the role entails before offering my services.
Any experience, tips, ideas, resources welcome! grin
Thank you very much!

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