Julie Hall explains why being able to talk creatively in the classroom is so important and the principles she has developed to give her students the confidence to do so.

About the author:

Julie Hall is a languages teacher at Ponteland High School in Northumberland and is passionate about improving students’ independence and the creative use of target language in the classroom. Julie recently established the Target Language Support Group in the North East.
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