Schemes of Work and Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL). Presentation at the NCELP online conference, 20 November 2020

Presentation at 'An Introduction to NCELP' online conference, held on Friday 20 November 2020.

In this session we explain the rationale behind the NCELP scheme of work, explore what teaching from the scheme of work looks like at classroom level and consider its benefits for teachers and learners. We also hear from from MFL teachers who are currently using the scheme of work in their schools. We then review the benefits of Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) and how it supports the NCELP scheme of work, not just in the classroom, but also in blended learning in the current COVID-19 environment. We also see and hear examples of students' work and their views about how CALL has enhanced their learning.

Speakers:
- Emma Fletcher, NCELP Specialist Teacher and teacher of French, German and Spanish at Blatchington Mill School on the south coast.
- Jenny Hopper, NCELP Specialist Teacher and Head of MFL at Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School in Marlow, where she teaches German and French.

Watch a video of the session: http://www.ncelp.org/vid/SOW-CALL-nov20 .

All materials from the online conference are available in the following collection: https://resources.ncelp.org/collections/08612p187?locale=en .

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