I'm planning on applying for MFL PGCE in September. I'm studying French and Spanish.
- Organised a lesson plan for primary class in my 1st year of university with a few of my coursemates
- Volunteered in a tuition center over a few months, but had to leave due to a clash with my new timetable so I didn't get chance to ask for a reference
- Completed a 2 week placement organised by my university supporting languages
- Erasmus in Spain, studied abroad in Canada
Is this okay? Or not enough? Other people seem to have loads of experience, I'm not sure if I'll be rejected as I've chosen to study abroad and not teach.
Is this enough experience? watch
- Thread Starter
- 13-01-2017 23:15
- 14-01-2017 20:20
How many days have you spent observing MFL lessons in a secondary school context? To write your personal statement they reckon about 3 days is required any as a condition on the start of your course, usually about 10 days is required in total - but you may well have an offer before then.