The aim of this blog is to create a searchable list of teaching tools, blogs and other primarily online content relevant to MFL teaching. Links will be added to a queue and one will appear every day, fed into both Facebook and Twitter if you prefer to follow that way.

I started this blog as I know there are thousands of sites out there that could help with MFL teaching, and at times I found it hard to find exactly what I was looking for. By tagging and categorising each link on its own, I hope to create a directory of sorts that will be easy to filter for my needs, and hopefully for the needs of the MFL community.

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