Tuesday, 15 December 2009

MFL Storybird wiki

As you all know I am a huge fan of storybird and I have blogged about what a fantastic resource it is on a few occasions now.
If you have read my previous posts on this subject, and there is really no reason why you should, you will know that stories written in languages other than English are not yet made public.
The good news is that Fiona Joyce has started a wiki to which half a dozen or so MFL teachers, myself included, have added their storybirds in French, Spanish and German.
Please visit the wiki and read the excellent work which has been submitted. There is some excellent material there. Use the stories in your teaching, or read them for your own amusement, and share them with your colleagues, family and friends.
Then, why not make and add your own storybirds, and join us.
It's not a cult, honest!

1 comment:

Fiona Joyce said...

Dear Dominic,

Thanks for the Wiki-mention. The library is really getting going now. Storybird is so charming, engaging and creative that it's a pleasure to spread the word.