Languages Today, Summer 2018 (e-Publication)

£7.99

Individual copies of the Association for Language Learning’s flagship magazine for teachers of languages – Languages Today – are now available as e-Publications for just £7.99 a copy.

The Summer 2018 edition is entitled ‘Word Power’ and in it we share a plethora of ways to encourage pupils to not only write, but to enjoy writing. Amongst the highlights are

  • Vincent Everett, shows us how to equip students to write creatively and succeed in the new GCSE by using football as a hook
  • Lisa Probert explains how she put together a whole-school poetry competition to inspire pupils to try something new
  • David Shanks and Susi Sahmland, demonstrate their tried-and-tested ideas for motivating students to produce their best writing

Languages Today is published three times per year – Autumn, Spring and Summer.  If you’d like a copy each term – why not consider an e-subscription and have each edition delivered direct to your inbox.

Creating an online edition of Languages Today alongside our traditional member benefit of a physical print copy enables ALL to provide our highly valued publication via a more timely and cost effective delivery mechanism, particularly for those located outside of the UK.   Please be aware that this product is sold to you on the understanding that it is for your individual, personal use only.  Please do not share or download the file for others – ALL operates as a charity and as such seeks to protect its efforts to generate income, for the ongoing benefit of the language teaching and learning community.  Thank you for respecting this aim.

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Individual copies of the Association for Language Learning’s flagship magazine for teachers of languages – Languages Today – are now available as e-Publications for just £7.99 a copy.

The Summer 2018 edition is entitled ‘Word Power’ and in it we share a plethora of ways to encourage pupils to not only write, but to enjoy writing. Amongst the highlights are articles by Vincent Everett, who shows us how to equip students to write creatively and succeed in the new GCSE by using football as a hook (page 26); Lisa Probert explains how she put together a whole-school poetry competition to inspire pupils to try something new by reading and writing poems (page 22); and David Shanks and Susi Sahmland, who demonstrate their tried-and-tested ideas for motivating students to produce their best writing (page 14).  Our regular feature, My Best 10 (page 20), offers tips for creative writing. We also give you food for thought with the Goethe-Institut’s Debating Competition, an idea you might like to try next academic year (page 28), and an insight into a Day in the Life of John Rolfe MBE, the British Council’s Schools Outreach Manager (page 16).

When you purchase this product you will be sent a PDF to download which contains a link to the online edition.

Languages Today is published three times per year – Autumn, Spring and Summer. If you’d like a copy each term – why not consider an e-subscription and have each edition delivered direct to your inbox.

Creating an online edition of Languages Today alongside our traditional member benefit of a physical print copy enables ALL to provide our highly valued publication via a more timely and cost effective delivery mechanism, particularly for those located outside of the UK.   Please be aware that this product is sold to you on the understanding that it is for your individual, personal use only.  Please do not share or download the file for others – ALL operates as a charity and as such seeks to protect its efforts to generate income, for the ongoing benefit of the language teaching and learning community.  Thank you for respecting this aim.

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