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WoLLoW: ‘The teaching of languages in a multilingual society’

On Wednesday 10th November, WoLLoW — World of Languages and Languages of the World — held its inaugural conference at King Edward’s School, Birmingham. Over 50 teachers and educationalists, not only from Birmingham but all over the country, attended, coming from state and independent schools, primary and secondary schools. WoLLoW is a language project which aims to addressContinue reading “WoLLoW: ‘The teaching of languages in a multilingual society’”

A World of Languages and Languages of the World: a fresh approach to language teaching

Abigail Dean is Head of House and a teacher of MFL at Norwich School. She is a creator for The World of Languages and Languages of the World. @WoLLoWeducation · theworldoflanguages.co.uk I have taught MFL in secondary schools for over ten years. Pupils in my classes learn well, enjoy themselves, find success and gain aContinue reading “A World of Languages and Languages of the World: a fresh approach to language teaching”

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We provide resources and lesson content to teach pupils how languages work, educate pupils on the history of English and its beginnings, as well as foster an appreciation of all past and present world languages.

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