About Teachit Language
Teachit Language was launched in 2006 as an additional subscription service within Teachit for A Level English Language teachers. The aim was to provide comprehensive, specialist support for an area which at the time was under-resourced in terms of practical classroom materials, and was a source of anxiety to many English teachers, since most of us have our first degrees in Literature, not Language or Linguistics.
Teachit Language was based on a partnership of teachers, examiners, students and HE academics and developed by Tim Shortis and Julie Blake. It included access to a substantial collection of complete units of work, published between 2006 and 2012.
These units are based on authentic materials, including facsimile texts and audio/video clips. They were originally designed for AQA B, but remain applicable to new specifications and to other boards. We hope that they'll continue to prove relevant and stimulating for teachers and students of language for years to come.
Teachit Language now
You no longer need a separate subscription to access the Teachit Language units. You'll find the units collected together in the Language library and within each KS5 Language subject area, alongside all our other resources - look out for the Teachit Language unit icons!
The file permissions work in the same way as everything else on Teachit:
|Free members - PDFs only|
|Teachit.plus subscribers - PDFs and adaptable Microsoft Office files (some with embedded audio clips)|
|Teachit.works subscribers - PDFs, adaptable Microsoft Office files, interactives and audio and video files||
If you were previously a Teachit Language member you should have received an email from us at the end of May 2013, explaining these changes. If you subscribed by post, your resubscription letter will outline the changes and explain your subscription options.
If you have any questions about these changes or would like more information about what you can access, please don't hesitate to contact us - email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01225 788850.