eBook Modern Foreign Languages in Primary School download
by Sharpe Keith (Professor of Education De Montfort University Bedford)
Author: Sharpe Keith (Professor of Education De Montfort University Bedford)
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (August 3, 2001)
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by: Sharpe, Keith (Professor of Education, De Montfort University, Bedford).
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It discusses the practical issues involved in teaching MFL to primary students.
Keith Sharpe is Professor of Education at De Montfort University, Bedford. He was previously Professor of Education at Liverpool University and before that a primary and secondary French teacher.
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Bedford Modern School (often called BMS) is a Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference independent school in Bedford, England
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graduates being trained in universities.
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English is taught to immigrant adults and youths as necessary.