|3 October 2018||Arthur Terry|
3.30 - 5 pm
|We looked at common areas of concern in MFL departments and then went on to discuss the following points:
• What does progress in receptive skills look like? Which skill for which grade?
• What is decoding? What is inference? What is deduction? What’s the difference?
• What do students actually have to be able to do? What type of questions are they asked which require inference?
• How can we develop these skills? Who needs to develop these skills?
• Development of decoding, deducing and inference resources.
|23 January 2019||Arthur Terry|
3.30 - 5pm
|How to differentiate to meet the needs of the foundation and higher papers in a mixed ability classroom|
|19 June 2019|
At the Arthur Terry National Teaching School we have a hub of a range of subject network groups.
The Subject Network Groups are a form of free, collaborative CPD available to teachers to help improve communication between subject departments around the local area. The broad remit of the groups is to increase enjoyment, attainment and achievement of students within their own schools and other member schools through effective and purposeful collaboration.
Membership is open to any teachers within the West Midlands area willing to travel and take an active role in the business of the group. There are no restrictions on numbers and membership to the group is on a voluntary and no fee basis and hence membership to the group is continuous unless a member is inactive for a significant period of time or requests to no longer be involved.
The aim is to ensure there are 3 meetings per year, 1 in the Autumn Term, 1 in the Spring Term and 1 in the Summer Term. Over time meetings should be held at a range of member schools on a voluntary basis.
All meetings are run from 3.30 – 5pm
If you wish to attend any of these groups, please email Tracy Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org