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Learning a Foreign Language - 3 Keys to Success

An aptitude for languages is a wonderful gift because it makes it so much easier to acquire a...
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How To Become A Confident Speaker Of German

Language tutors often hear their students say that learning languages is very hard and knowing...
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Technology in foreign language learning

Is 21st century technology taking the joy out of foreign language learning?   In an era of...
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Assessment for Learning

The two main types of assessment are Summative Assessment and Formative Assessment. Summative...

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  • Technology in foreign language learning

    Hayley Wallbank GCSE German Tutor (Exeter) Picture Is 21st century technology taking the joy out of foreign language learning?   In an era of transient tweets, disposable data and fleeting facebook fads it is difficult to imagine how the long term task of learning a foreign language might appeal to youngsters of today.  If I think back to how...
  • How To Become A Confident Speaker Of German

    Magdalena Hachula GCSE German Tutor (South West London) Picture Language tutors often hear their students say that learning languages is very hard and knowing English will help you to get around in the world. However, even a little knowledge of another language can make a difference in attitude when one meets people from other countries. Speaking another...
  • Assessment for Learning

    Martina Brierly GCSE German Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture The two main types of assessment are Summative Assessment and Formative Assessment. Summative Assessment, often referred to as Assessment of Learning, is usually formal and infrequent, mainly for reporting or certification purposes and often external in nature (i.e. GCSE). Formative Assessment...

 

  • Speaking German: Practice Makes Perfect Editor's Pick

    GCSE German Tutor (St Albans) Picture Based on my own experience, this is one of the most important skills to practise from the outset which helps improve your fluency in learning a foreign language. You implement the knowledge of grammar that you are learning from textbooks and the vocabulary memorised. With consistent practice,...
  • Learning German

    GCSE German Tutor (Guildford) Picture Learning German is fun! Imagine, going on holidays, being able to have a proper chat with the local people without the worry about difficult grammatical details? I do admit that the German grammar is not straighforward for English people, as it is more complex and sophisticated than the English...
  • Learning A Foreign Language

    GCSE German Tutor (South East London) Picture As well as being a lot of fun and allowing you to travel to new places and meet new people, learning a foreign language also provides a range of mental benefits, as summarised (with links to studies) in the article...