Modern Foreign Languages


The Use of ICT in the Modern Languages Classroom

In these pages we hope to draw together and share resources for the innovative use of ICT in the modern languages classroom to support teaching and learning.

Using ICT in Modern Foreign Languages (support / advice materials):

ICT across the Curriculum: ICT in MFL (KS3 National Strategy)

Develop your Teaching using ICT: Secondary Modern Foreign Languages

Interactive Whiteboards:

Embedding ICT@Secondary: Use of Interactive Whiteboards in Modern Foreign Languages

The use of Interactive Whiteboards in the Modern Foreign Languages Classroom (LTScotland)

Making the most of the Interactive Whiteboard in MFL teaching

Integrating an Interactive Whiteboard into the Language Classroom


Pre-made Powerpoints that teach German Grammar

World of Teaching – free powerpoints / interactive presentations (French / German / Spanish) – a small selection – scroll down to access

Powerpoint Presentations for Spanish

Free Spanish Tutorials / Resources

French Resources (from the Welsh Virtual Teachers Centre)

Teacher Resource Exchange (MFL) – Lots of resources including some downloads for use with the IWB

BBC Jam – KS3 Materials

Language Zone


Podcasting – How to? Why Podcast and Examples..

Modern Languages Blogs and MFLE podcasts (from LTScotland)

Partners in Excellent – Language Learning in West Scotland – Innovation, ICT, Blog, Podcast

Digital Video

MFL – Video on Demand Resources (Ashcombe School) – using digital video to prepare students to converse in a modern foreign language (videos for French / Spanish / German and Italian)

Instructions on how to produce Digital Video Resources for MFL – Ashcombe School

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