700 Reasons: Reason #356

Reason: 356
Modern Foreign Languages provides opportunities to promote: Social development, through exploring different social conventions, such as forms of address, through developing pupils’ ability to communicate with others, particularly speakers of foreign languages, in an appropriate, sympathetic and tolerant manner, and through fostering the spirit of cooperation when using a foreign language to communicate with other people, whether other learners or native speakers
DFEE, QCA (1999) Modern Foreign Languages: The National Curriculum for England (London: HMSO)
Related Keywords:
Communication, Personal and social development, Secondary sector, Teamwork, Values