As entries in modern foreign languages plummet, Professor Emma Marsden recently spoke to TES to explain how teachers can improve their delivery of MFL lessons and therefore boost uptake

Professor Emma Marsden, Director of NCELP, recently spoke to TES regarding the work that NCELP have been undertaking to tackle the issues facing MFL education and how NCELP are ensuring that teachers are supported in understanding and delivering some of the pedagogical recommendations of the 2016 ‘Modern Foreign Languages Pedagogy Review’.

In the article, Emma Marsden discusses NCELP’s work, and what teachers can to do within their own classrooms to deliver quality MFL lessons and improve uptake.    .  

To read the article in full visit the TES website

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