Following a review of CILT's online services and changes to our funding arrangements, it has been decided to withdraw the ITTMFL website from 25th July 2011 - Read more
WELCOME to the ITTMFL website offering support for teacher trainers.
We aim to provide essential training materials, introducing and updating tutors on current thinking, research and professional networks.
For more details of the initial research carried out to inform the development of the site please click here.
House of Lords debate on Modern Languages skills to the UK economy
Date: 3 December 2009
Click here to read the debate.
Click here to watch the video (from the 32 minutes mark).
A Recent History of Primary and Secondary Education in England
Part 2 now available
This is a booklet written in 2 parts to help the beginning teacher address the objective of developing a broad understanding of the education system. It will be of special value to beginning ‘native-speaker’ teachers, aiding understanding of important differences in detail between the education systems in which they grew up, and the one in which they are starting to work.
Part 1: 1944 to 1985: click here to learn more and download the booklet
Part 2: 1985 to 2009 is available now: click here to learn more and download the booklet.
Scheme of Work, KS2 French
We are pleased to host the TDA version of the QCA Scheme of Work for French at Key Stage 2 , specifically adapted by CILT to support initial teacher trainees.
File type: Adobe Acrobat PDF (.pdf)
File size: 32.8 MB
Estimated download time: 4-10 minutes
To download the file to your hard drive, right-click (PC) / ctrl-click (Mac) on the 'Download file' link, and then choose the 'Save Target As' option.
Click here for more resources on professional knowledge and understanding.
ALL student membership scheme
A special membership (with reduced benefits) of the Association for Language Learning is available free of charge to teachers in training and in their NQT year. Click here for details.
ALL Response to the Independent Review of the Primary Curriculum: Interim report (Rose 2008)
The Association for Language Learning invited its members and also teachers more widely, to provide their views about the recommendations on pages 60-67 (Aspect 5: Languages) of the 2008 Interim Rose Report. Click here to download the entire Interim Report.
The views received have been summarised by ALL Director Linda Parker. Click here to download the response if you are an ALL member. Click here to be directed to a review of the response.
To see the final report of the Rose Review, click here.