ALL Goethe Event – Poetry in MFL

14 Jun

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Here are the slides and accompanying poems F G Sp as promised.

DISCLAIMER:

Please do use any of the materials in any in-house staff training but please credit the work to Suzi Bewell.

If you have a spare minute please leave a comment below t let me know what you found most / least useful / interesting etc. 

Please also note that the work is copyrighted to me and if you intend to deliver any training outside of a school setting (including the use of individual ideas or materials) or indeed for money then you must seek permission in advance in writing.  Email details below.

The 10 minute guide should be ready by the end of next week, time permitting!

PowerPoint:

ALL Goethe June 15 POETRY

Resources:

userfssb1011w2kpoem fr Qui veut un C qui claque

userfssb1011w2kZwicke zwacke

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Thank you for your enthusiasm, participation and kind words.

All best wishes

Suzi

suzi.bewell@york.ac.uk for correspondance

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4 Responses to “ALL Goethe Event – Poetry in MFL”

  1. Anna Watkins June 14, 2015 at 8:05 pm #

    Loved the talk yesterday. Thank you so much for all the great ideas and for making me see how easy it is to incorporate poetry into teaching.

    • suzibewell June 14, 2015 at 9:40 pm #

      Merci – lovely to meet you too and glad you found it helpful x

  2. Simon Green June 14, 2015 at 9:01 pm #

    Once again Suzi you have surpassed yourself. A great selection of poems and resources delivered with humour, passion and just the right note of encouragement. There is plenty here to whet the appetite of all MFL teachers pour encourager les autres! I like your style. Bonne continuation…..

    • suzibewell June 14, 2015 at 9:40 pm #

      Coming from you Simon, that genuinely means a lot. There was a lovely buzz on Saturday and it is always a pleasure to do work for ALL. Who wouldn’t want to turn out to talk to a bunch of keen linguists on a Saturday morning?!
      A jeudi, alors… Suzi

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