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Tips on use of flashcards in MFL (languages) for non-specialist teachers

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  • 1. MFL Flashcards Jo Rhys-Jones, Kingswear Primary School, 2007
  • 2.
    • Introduce new vocabulary.
    • Create an audio / visual link between object + sound + word.
    • Reinforce and aid memory.
  • 3. flashcards from yourresources.co.uk
  • 4. Make a visual / audio link between sound & object. flashcards from la jolie ronde
  • 5.
  • 6. Rptez, toute la classe!
  • 7.
  • 8. Louder! Quieter! Just the boys / girls! With an action
  • 9. Make a visual / audio link between written word & object. flashcards from instantdisplays.co.uk
  • 10. une araigne
  • 11. une araigne un chien
  • 12.
    • un oiseau
    • un cheval
    • un poisson
  • 13. How much new vocabulary can you and your class cope with at a time?
  • 14. How much new vocabulary can you and your class cope with at a time ?
  • 15. First lesson Third lesson (maybe) Fifth lesson 5 words 5 + 4 new 9 + 3 new
  • 16. Reinforce & revise vocabulary.
  • 17.
    • Teacher says the word
    • Class repeats the word
    • Say word loud, slow, fast, silly, deep,
    • Class repeats the same / opposite way
    • Repeat a sequence of words
    • Teacher shows image, class produce the word.
    • Let class touch the object/flashcard, play at being teacher.
  • 18. Create a mind map une araigne gender coding simple image target language front or back wiggle fingers like a spider invent a spidery voice
  • 19. Sort flashcards
    • by gender
    • by topic
    • by phoneme
    • by odd-one-out
    • into word groups
    • (nouns, adj..)
    • into their own categories
  • 20.
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  • 22. Cest un chat noir ? Comment a scrit? Tu aimes les chiens? Cest un chien triste ?
  • 23. Combine flashcards Jaime les serpents
  • 24. Stick flashcards on dice Elle aime les serpents.
  • 25.
    • Buy them
    • Download them free
    • Make your own
    • (use magazine images or clipart)
    • Laminate them