Support for Languages from Oxford
As you know, GCSE and A Level Languages will be changing in 2016. Supporting you is our top priority and we’ll be here to help you through the changes, providing information and regular updates. To look at our free downloadable support materials, select the relevant teaching level.
Prepare your KS3 students now for the new GCSEs
Don’t miss out on seeing our Key Stage 3 French, Spanish and German courses for the 2014 curriculum; they place and emphasis on getting your students prepared for GCSE and beyond. Take a look at how they support grammar skills, reading and translations of authentic texts and spontaneous speaking.
GCSE and A Level Teaching Packs
Our Teaching Packs have been specifically designed to help get your students on track for the specification changes ahead. Each pack contains activities, worksheets and teacher notes.
Request your GCSE and A Level Evaluation Packs
We’re publishing for the new 2016 specifications. Our resources will support your teaching and provide your students with what they need to manipulate language confidently and help prepare them thoroughly for their exams.
Get extra support from Kerboodle
We’ll be releasing new activities, worksheets and teacher notes as part of our current GCSE and A Level courses ahead of curriculum change. You will be able to find new content in the updates folder of the Resources module. Don’t forget about our support site, packed with FAQs and walk-throughs should you need help. As always, we have a team dedicated to providing you with the support you need to get the most out of Kerboodle. Our team of Regional Digital Consultants are also on hand to provide in-school training for your departments. Contact them to discuss booking an appointment. Alternatively, our helpdesk is on hand to answer any of your questions on 01536 452960 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get expert advice from Liz Black
Liz Black, our languages expert, has been considering the introduction to the new specifications, and the planning needed when thinking ahead about their requirements. In the coming weeks she will be contemplating the changes, and how important KS3 is. She’s on hand with any questions you may have, and would love to hear your ideas too. Visit her blog at educationblog.oup.com and follow the link to sign up to receive regular posts directly to your inbox.
Discuss your needs and concerns
You’ll be seeing a lot of information about all of the new resources available. If it all seems like too much to take in at this point, we have a team of Educational Consultants on hand to discuss your departments’ specific concerns and how we can support you.
Register for regular email updates
Keep up to date with new publishing, curriculum change, special offers and the latest news by signing up receive our regular email updates, tailored to your needs. Register your details at www.oxfordsecondary.co.uk/enews.
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