Rachel Hawkes presented ‘How does explicity phonics teaching make a difference?’ at the third of a series of 5 sessions for ALL (Association for Language Learning) at King Edward VII School, Sheffield today (Thursday 23 January 2020).

The MFL Pedagogy Review recommendations include (amongst others) principles for teaching phonics, vocabulary, grammar and their combination in meaningful practice. In this workshop Rachel focussed on research-informed practice for explicitly teaching, consolidating and applying the sound-writing relationship in secondary language learning. The session included (freely available) resources for teaching phonics in French, German and Spanish.

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