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An Investigation into Independent Learning Using the Cambridge Latin Course Independent Learning Manual with Year 9 Students

  • Dru Patel

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While I was undertaking teacher training I noticed an emphasis on student-led learning and experimented with trying to make my own lessons less teacher-centred. Many other lessons in the school in which I was placed were largely student-led, as the students had easy access to resources that made this possible, such as iPads. As the school uses the Cambridge Latin Course (CLC), I decided to experiment with its accompanying Independent Learning Manual (ILM), which is designed to be used in conjunction with the CLC textbooks.

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