Modern Foreign Languages: Teaching & Learning Resources

Foreign language course materials are aimed at giving students the skills and confidence to communicate in a foreign language, French, Spanish, German, Italian and Chinese.

A Level, GCSE, Edexcel, Educas, AQA and more…

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At Educourseware, we understand the challenges teachers face in keeping their students motivated and engaged with language learning. That’s why our resources include elements like gamification, storytelling, and real-world context that make the process enjoyable and worthwhile – our materials also cater to diverse learning styles and abilities, giving every student equal chances to excel on their language journey!

Recognising the significance of keeping abreast of current pedagogy trends and research, our Modern Foreign Languages Teaching Resources are continuously being revised and expanded in order to stay on trend and relevant with best practices in language education. Furthermore, these materials can easily adapt to various curricula or classroom environments so as to meet each student’s individual goals for learning the language.

No matter if you teach languages at primary, secondary, or tertiary level – our resources will assist in creating an engaging learning experience to promote language competence and cross-cultural awareness among your students. By equipping them with the tools necessary for navigating an increasingly globalised world, they will be empowered with confidence and empathy as global citizens.

At Educourseware, our goal is to aid your pursuit of academic excellence by offering top-of-the-line resources that inspire curiosity, foster linguistic proficiency and promote cultural understanding among your students. Explore all possible scenarios while elevating your teaching experience using our unparalleled Modern Foreign Language Teaching Resources!

817 resources available in the following categories:

  •  French
    • A Level (2016 specifications)
    • AQA
    • Edexcel
    • Eduqas
    • WJEC
    • A Level (legacy)
    • GCSE (2016 specifications)
    • GCSE (legacy)
    • IGCSE (CIE)
    • International GCSE (Edexcel)
    • IB
    • SQA (Scotland)
    • KS3
  • Spanish
    • A Level (2016 specifications)
    • AQA
    • Edexcel
    • Eduqas
    • WJEC
    • CCEA
    • A Level (Legacy)
    • GCSE (2016 specifications)
    • AQA
    • WJEC
    • GCSE AQA (legacy)
    • SQA (Scotland)
    • KS3
  • German
    • A Level (2016 specifications)
    • AQA
    • Edexcel
    • Eduqas
    • CCEA
    • WJEC
    • A Level (legacy)
    • GCSE (2016 specifications)
    • GCSE (legacy)
    • KS3
    • SQA (Scotland)
  • Italian
    • A Level (2017 specifications)
    • GCSE (2017 specifications)
    • GCSE (legacy)
  • Chinese
    • GCSE (2017 specifications)
  • Other
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The courseware is designed to give students the skills and ability to speak and read the chosen language by using that language in the classrooms and by having students participate in reading and speaking the language in class. Students gain proficiency in the chosen language by listening and reading their foreign language in various contexts during the Foreign Language Course.

Years 7 & 8

During the first years (years 7 & 8) students are introduced to French, German and Spanish by learning how to respond to personal questions and basic interaction. They are taught through listening, reading and writing the chosen language with their fellow students to develop their language skill toolkits and become comfortable with daily use of a foreign language. Students are also introduced to the various cultural links with the home countries by use of pen-pal letter assignments and other projects.

Year 9 – Transition Year

During this year students are guided through the course work to deepen their understanding of grammatical use of the chosen language. This is done in line with the course work that they will experience in further GCSE studies. Some of the topics covered during the year include media, fashion, and food as well as healthy living in order to expand their language skills. Evaluations are conducted half-yearly and the assessments are aimed to cover the 4 main skills in mastering a foreign language.

Years 10 & 11

Language studies are suggested for many students at the GCSE level, especially if they demonstrate an aptitude for languages. Students are evaluated at the end of year 11 based on 4 modalities of language namely, Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing. Exams start in early May and are moderated by the class teacher.

Sixth Form

Students aiming for a career in Teaching, Law, Translation & Interpretation or even International Business would benefit greatly from the GCSE course work in Languages. With EU students invariably studying at least 1 EU language as a second language, the opportunities in the changing economic and political environment for employment are making the mastering of a second language even more important.

The ability to speak a foreign language gives students the communication skills and the adaptability to think outside the box in many situations that make A-Level Language Studies a highly sought after qualification.

  • What are Foreign Languages Teaching Resources?

    Foreign Languages Teaching resources for teachers of French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Chinese comprise study guides, flashcards, revision notes, online games, and activities tailored specifically towards GCSE or A-Level curriculum requirements - Foreign Languages Teaching Courseware provides teachers of these languages everything they need for teaching their courseware effectively and comprehensively.

    These resources provide students with topic-by-topic syllabuses for each language that outline key concepts. This allows students to better comprehend grammar and vocabulary rules as well as more complex topics like idioms and culture-specific terminology while providing contextual clues by linking explanations directly with phrases used in everyday conversation. Furthermore, mock exams provided as part of courseware packages give additional practice before students take their final examinations.

    There's more than meets the eye with this one… Teaching aids like interactive maps not only have an organized structure but can be utilized as powerful teaching aids but they can also facilitate student learning and retention by enabling them to explore cultural elements within a foreign country's regions through audio recordings of native speakers pronouncing local dialects while answering geography or history-related topics. Finally, multimedia activities like short films can augment student understanding outside the classroom and serve as fodder for post-lesson discussions among their peers. All these tools offer numerous opportunities for student involvement while meeting national curriculum-driven objectives for developing language-specific abilities at all levels, thus raising standards in foreign language education worldwide.