Remote Learning Year 9:
OneNote Class Notebooks will be in place for all KS3 MFL classes. Here, they can find further instructions and resources. In order to access these notebooks (if they haven’t already done so), they should go to Office365 on the My School portal and click on the OneNote tab and then ‘Shared with me’. On a mobile device, they will need to download both the OneDrive and OneNote apps.
Using the Echo 1 textbook, pupils should revise all material in Modules 1-3 and most of Module 4; learn vocabulary in end of Module summary pages (p20, 21, 36, 37, 52, 53, 68, 69); complete the ‘Extra’ pages at the back of the textbook which offers revision of the Modules (p100-107). Useful revision website: www.languagesonline.org.uk (click on ‘Deutsch’)
Remote Learning Year 10:
Using Echo 2 textbook, pupils should revise all material in module 1, 2, 3 and Daily Routine (p76-77) from Mod 5. The summary pages at the end of each Module are especially helpful.
Pupils can access key powerpoints and worksheets on Year 10 German OneNote.
Remote Learning Year 11:
On OneNote, pupils have access to CCEA prescribed vocabulary on all the topics to be covered in Year 11. There are many word lists on the ‘Vocabulary’ tab on OneNote that can be learned on the topics of:
- Me, my family, my relationships
- Free time, leisure, daily routine
- Social media & technology
- Festivals & celebrations
- Travel & Tourism
- My local area
Students will also find materials on each of the modules we have learned so far on the ‘Topics’ tab on OneNote, in order to aid revision. We are currently working through the Travel & Tourism module.
On the ‘oral questions’ tab, students will find questions that they will have written answers to throughout the year in their oral books (on the first 4 topics). Students should be learning off the answers to questions completed so far. Students can also answer the oral questions on our 5th topic of Travel & Tourism using their class notes, textbook and ‘Topics’ and ‘Vocabulary’ tabs on OneNote.
Remote Learning Year 12:
Remaining topics covered as vocabulary lists/powerpoints/worksheets on OneNote under tab “Exam Preparation”.
Oral Prep mainly complete but answers can be emailed to Mrs Stevenson for correction. Help sheets and powerpoints saved on OneNote. Role play practice and sample answers saved under tab “The Oral Exam”.
Other revision materials on OneNote:
Past papers and vocabulary
CCEA vocabulary list and vocabulary builder sheets
Translation preparation booklets- answers can be emailed to Mrs Stevenson for correction
Writing paper practice- individual sentences to translate in a range of tenses with answers for self-evaluation
Remote Learning Year 13:
A Radcliffe should access all lesson materials through CCB and Strathearn but she can email Mrs Stevenson for extra support as required, as has been the pattern throughout the year.
The Modern Languages Department in Bloomfield Collegiate School aims to foster interest and enthusiasm for language learning and to equip our pupils with linguistic skills that will serve them well in their future lives. We currently offer French, German and Spanish.
We aim to:
- equip each student with the desire to read, write and communicate confidently in a foreign language;
- provide opportunities for students to communicate and to learn to express themselves in foreign languages;
- promote understanding and appreciation of the modern languages and their cultures;
- promote tolerance, respect and understanding of other cultures; and
- improve your understanding of the vocabulary and grammar of English.
European Language Day takes place each year on 26th September and our pupils engage with a variety of activities to celebrate modern languages from across the world.