Successful NCELP Residential

The second NCELP residential took place at the University of Oxford on 6-7 September 2019. Once again, the two day residential brought together 18 Specialist Teachers with researchers, CPD providers and resource developers. Themes for the conference were the online digital game ‘Gaming Grammar’, using and balancing the target language and English in the classroom,…

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Upcoming events

NCELP will be featured in the following event(s). National Modern Foreign Languages Conference 2019, 15th October 2019 in Central London. Emma Marsden will be giving an invited plenary on NCELP at the above events. She also spoke at the following events recently: National Association of Language Advisors annual conference, Stratford-Upon-Avon, 28th June 2019.

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NCELP Resource Portal launched

Today sees the launch of the NCELP Resource Portal, an open, searchable, and sustainable database for materials supporting language learning and teaching, particularly in the areas of vocabulary, phonics, grammar, meaningful practice, corrective feedback in interaction, and motivation. All NCELP resources are evidence-based and underpinned by peer-reviewed research and especially draw on the recommendations of the…

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Article in MEITS published: Making language learning make sense at NCELP

In an ariticle published on the MULTILINGUALISM: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies (MEITS) website, Rachel Hawkes, Emma Marsden, Nick Avery, Rowena Kasprowicz and Robert Woore talk about NCELP’s approach to pedagogy and focus on each of the three pillars – phonics, vocabulary and grammar – and their resonance with language awareness approaches. NCELP aims to develop…

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