Discover some of the many free
websites with online and downloadable materials for teaching
primary languages by using the left-hand
Using online resources
The internet has increased our ability to
access to a greater variety of resources.
For example, websites from other countries are
a rich source of authentic material for learning about language and
culture - think about adapting the language to ensure it is at the
appropriate level for the learner.
Wider choice can mean less
control over content and quality so remember to use the
choosing resources checklist and seek
Sources of guidance
Your online gateway to information and advice on using ICT in
the languages classroom, from CILT and
- complete with
resource bank and practical guides to creating interactive
resources, webpages and digital audio and setting up your
computer for non-Roman scripts.
The government agency responsible for supporting ICT in education.
Guidance for good ICT practice in primary languages includes:
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