Google Classroom Supporting Learning in Modern Languages

Thursday 6th June 2019

The  Modern  Languages  Department  is  beginning  to  use  Google  Classroom.

New  S2   French  classes  2D,  2G,  2H  and  2J  will  find  that  a link to the  youtube  clip  used  in class  this  week  to  revise  the French  numbers  1-100  has  been  posted  (just  in case  the  class-members  would  like  to  revise  this  topic  following their  defeats  in  Catch-Out and Connect-4  games  at  the hands  of Mr  Poots).

 

 

Find  out more about Google  Classroom :

https://classroom.google.com

 

Mr  Poots

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