Project ID - TIS001231
Modern Languages. Aim – provide opportunities for pupils to develop skills and begin to learn a modern language •Work with upper KS2 classes to provide opportunities to learn a foreign language •Develop understanding of different peoples and cultures Support Newcomers to help develop English language skills and adjust to NI culture •Work in small groups to develop English language and support learning •Provide practical experience of mathematical concepts – counting, number, shopping, weight, shapes etc


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Project offered at

Abbots Cross Primary School
NEWTOWNABBEY
BT37 9QW

Contact

Sharon Stewart

Student Skills

Modern language student

Expected Pupil Outcomes

-Pupils will have experience of a modern language - language experience will help support pupils in transitioning to secondary level schools - Newcomers will develop English language skills

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

- working with pupils in a class setting -working with pupils in small groups - developing modern language lessons

Extra Information

Teaching a modern language would be with aUpper KS2 class while the Newcomer support would be small group work with a mix of ages.

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