Bringing French to Life

Bringing French to Life

Bringing French to Life can be read on three levels to suit a variety of classroom situations. First, the story can be told ‘straight’ with the whole class participating in the dialogues.

Author: Catherine Watts

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317636304

Category: Education

Page: 120

View: 785

Bringing French to Life provides an innovative and refreshing cross-curricular approach to teaching languages in primary schools, combining art, design and foreign languages with various aspects of the National Primary Curriculum such as Literacy, Numeracy and PE. This unique practical resource comprises an engaging storyline about a day in the life of two French children and gives an opportunity for learners to re-enact their day, using finger puppets, handmade crafts and exciting games to practise new language. Each of the 14 sections begins with a short accessible dialogue in French and is followed by suggestions for using the new vocabulary in pairs, small groups or as a whole class. The main story is accompanied by fun craft activities linked to the story (one for each section, ie 14 in total) for children to create in class using the templates and instructions provided. A wide range of further activities follows, consisting of lively games, songs and opportunities to communicate simple ideas. Language extensions are suggested, focussing on imaginative writing and reading ideas linked to the theme of each section. Written to support the new foreign languages programme of study the book also includes: * Cross-curricular links to numerous subjects including Literacy, Numeracy, PE and ICT * Classroom games and activities * Photocopiable resources and templates for fun classroom activities and projects * Language extension activities. Bringing French to Life can be read on three levels to suit a variety of classroom situations. First, the story can be told ‘straight’ with the whole class participating in the dialogues. Second, the story can be combined with the craft activities after each main section. 14 doing and making activities match the storyline and provide a colourful, eye catching display and learning focus in the classroom or for Open Days or Assemblies. Teachers can use as many or as few as they wish. The resultant crafts can be used for very effective classroom displays/open days/assemblies etc. Finally, the language extension activities can be used alongside the art/craft/design activities as desired. The aim of these activities is to extend the target language in a relevant context through a variety of methods such as songs, playlets, simple communicative exchanges, games with numbers etc.
Categories: Education

Bringing French to Life

Bringing French to Life

Creative activities for 5-11 Catherine Watts, Hilary Phillips. Bringing. French. to. Life. Bringing French to Life provides an innovative and refreshing cross-curricular approach to teaching languages in primary schools, combining art, ...

Author: Catherine Watts

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317636311

Category: Education

Page: 120

View: 531

Bringing French to Life provides an innovative and refreshing cross-curricular approach to teaching languages in primary schools, combining art, design and foreign languages with various aspects of the National Primary Curriculum such as Literacy, Numeracy and PE. This unique practical resource comprises an engaging storyline about a day in the life of two French children and gives an opportunity for learners to re-enact their day, using finger puppets, handmade crafts and exciting games to practise new language. Each of the 14 sections begins with a short accessible dialogue in French and is followed by suggestions for using the new vocabulary in pairs, small groups or as a whole class. The main story is accompanied by fun craft activities linked to the story (one for each section, ie 14 in total) for children to create in class using the templates and instructions provided. A wide range of further activities follows, consisting of lively games, songs and opportunities to communicate simple ideas. Language extensions are suggested, focussing on imaginative writing and reading ideas linked to the theme of each section. Written to support the new foreign languages programme of study the book also includes: * Cross-curricular links to numerous subjects including Literacy, Numeracy, PE and ICT * Classroom games and activities * Photocopiable resources and templates for fun classroom activities and projects * Language extension activities. Bringing French to Life can be read on three levels to suit a variety of classroom situations. First, the story can be told ‘straight’ with the whole class participating in the dialogues. Second, the story can be combined with the craft activities after each main section. 14 doing and making activities match the storyline and provide a colourful, eye catching display and learning focus in the classroom or for Open Days or Assemblies. Teachers can use as many or as few as they wish. The resultant crafts can be used for very effective classroom displays/open days/assemblies etc. Finally, the language extension activities can be used alongside the art/craft/design activities as desired. The aim of these activities is to extend the target language in a relevant context through a variety of methods such as songs, playlets, simple communicative exchanges, games with numbers etc.
Categories: Education

Bringing German to Life

Bringing German to Life

Creative activities for 5-11 Catherine Watts, Hilary Phillips. Bringing. German. to. Life. Bringing German to Life provides an innovative and refreshing cross-curricular approach to teaching languages in primary schools, combining art, ...

Author: Catherine Watts

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317631699

Category: Education

Page: 120

View: 191

Bringing German to Life provides an innovative and refreshing cross-curricular approach to teaching languages in primary schools, combining art, design and foreign languages with various aspects of the National Primary Curriculum such as Literacy, Numeracy and PE. This unique practical resource comprises an engaging storyline about a day in the life of two German children and gives an opportunity for learners to re-enact their day, using finger puppets, handmade crafts and exciting games to practise new language. Each of the 14 sections begins with a short accessible dialogue in German and is followed by suggestions for using the new vocabulary in pairs, small groups or as a whole class. The main story is accompanied by fun craft activities linked to the story (one for each section, ie 14 in total) for children to create in class using the templates and instructions provided. A wide range of further activities follows, consisting of lively games, songs and opportunities to communicate simple ideas. Language extensions are suggested, focussing on imaginative writing and reading ideas linked to the theme of each section. Written to support the new foreign languages programme of study, the book also includes: * Cross-curricular links to numerous subjects including Literacy, Numeracy, PE and ICT * Classroom games and activities * Photocopiable resources and templates for fun classroom activities and projects * Language extension activities. Bringing German to Life can be read on three levels to suit a variety of classroom situations. First, the story can be told ‘straight’ with the whole class participating in the dialogues. Second, the story can be combined with the craft activities after each main section. 14 doing and making activities match the storyline and provide a colourful, eye-catching display and learning focus in the classroom or for Open Days or Assemblies. Teachers can use as many or as few as they wish. The resultant crafts can be used for very effective classroom displays/open days/assemblies etc. Finally, the language extension activities can be used alongside the art/craft/design activities as desired. The aim of these activities is to extend the target language in a relevant context through a variety of methods such as songs, playlets, simple communicative exchanges, games with numbers etc.
Categories: Education

Bringing Spanish to Life

Bringing Spanish to Life

Creative activities for 5-11 Catherine Watts, Hilary Phillips. Bringing. Spanish. to. Life. Bringing Spanish to Life provides an innovative and refreshing cross-curricular approach to teaching languages in primary schools, combining art ...

Author: Catherine Watts

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317631729

Category: Education

Page: 120

View: 118

Bringing Spanish to Life provides an innovative and refreshing cross-curricular approach to teaching languages in primary schools, combining art, design and foreign languages with various aspects of the National Primary Curriculum such as Literacy, Numeracy and PE. This unique practical resource comprises an engaging storyline about a day in the life of two Spanish children and gives an opportunity for learners to re-enact their day, using finger puppets, handmade crafts and exciting games to practise new language. Each of the 14 sections begins with a short accessible dialogue in Spanish and is followed by suggestions for using the new vocabulary in pairs, small groups or as a whole class. The main story is accompanied by fun craft activities linked to the story (one for each section, ie 14 in total) for children to create in class using the templates and instructions provided. A wide range of further activities follows, consisting of lively games, songs and opportunities to communicate simple ideas. Language extensions are suggested, focussing on imaginative writing and reading ideas linked to the theme of each section. Written to support the new foreign languages programme of study, the book also includes: * Cross-curricular links to numerous subjects including Literacy, Numeracy, PE and ICT * Classroom games and activities * Photocopiable resources and templates for fun classroom activities and projects * Language extension activities. Bringing Spanish to Life can be read on three levels to suit a variety of classroom situations. First, the story can be told ‘straight’ with the whole class participating in the dialogues. Second, the story can be combined with the craft activities after each main section. 14 doing and making activities match the storyline and provide a colourful, eye catching display and learning focus in the classroom or for Open Days or Assemblies. Teachers can use as many or as few as they wish. The resultant crafts can be used for very effective classroom displays/open days/assemblies etc. Finally, the language extension activities can be used alongside the art/craft/design activities as desired. The aim of these activities is to extend the target language in a relevant context through a variety of methods such as songs, playlets, simple communicative exchanges, games with numbers etc.
Categories: Education

Bloomsbury Curriculum Basics Teaching Primary French

Bloomsbury Curriculum Basics  Teaching Primary French

... Berkshire: Open University Press Kirsch, C. (2008) Teaching Foreign Languages in the Primary School, London: Bloomsbury Watts, C, and Phillips, H. (2015) Bringing French to Life: Creative Activities for 511, Abingdon: Routledge ...

Author: Amanda Barton

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472920690

Category: Education

Page: 142

View: 261

This book is closely tied to the new curriculum, with extracts from the curriculum itself and lesson plans and teaching ideas for every area. This book will equip non-specialists to confidently deliver engaging and well-informed lessons, that acount for the changes in the National Curriculum. This is a very practical and easy to apply programme for teaching French either in your own classroom, or to implement across the school in the role of a co-ordinator.
Categories: Education

Bloomsbury Curriculum Basics Teaching Primary Spanish

Bloomsbury Curriculum Basics  Teaching Primary Spanish

www.open.edu/openlearn/languages/spanish-free online courses from the Open University ... DVDs) Kent: Early Start Languages Watts, C. and Phillips, H. (2015), Bringing Spanish to Life: Creative Activities for 511, Oxon: Routledge ...

Author: Amanda Barton

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472920720

Category: Education

Page: 142

View: 105

This book is closely tied to the new curriculum, with extracts from the curriculum itself and lesson plans and teaching ideas for every area. This book will equip non-specialists to confidently deliver engaging and well-informed lessons, that acount for the changes in the National Curriculum. This is a very practical and easy to apply programme for teaching Spanish either in your own classroom, or to implement across the school in the role of a co-ordinato
Categories: Education

Catalog of Educational Motion Pictures for Schools Churches Industries Clubs Adult Education Groups 1963 1966

Catalog of Educational Motion Pictures for Schools  Churches  Industries  Clubs  Adult Education Groups  1963 1966

French Children " brings to life some of the characteristic activities and customs of a family living on a farm in Brittany . The family consists of father , mother , grandfather , and three children ( ages 5 , 8 , and 10 years ) .

Author: University of Iowa. Bureau of Audio-Visual Instruction

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924013078625

Category: Motion pictures

Page: 280

View: 982

Categories: Motion pictures

Learning the Arts of Linguistic Survival

Learning the Arts of Linguistic Survival

I continued this work through taking a language holiday that involved in situ language courses and home stays with families in Lisbon. ... He has lived and worked in the French colonies of Africa for much of his ordained life.

Author: Dr. Alison Phipps

Publisher: Multilingual Matters

ISBN: 1845413334

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

View: 464

In this ground-breaking contribution to the study of tourism and languages, Alison Phipps examines what happens when tourists learn to speak other languages. From ordering a coffee to following directions she argues for a new perception of the relationship between tourism and languages from one based on the acquisition of basic, functional skills to one which sustains and even strengthens intercultural dialogue. The twelve chapters comprising this book tell stories of the experience of learning and speaking tourist languages. Drawing on a range of disciplines Alison Phipps takes the reader on a journey through risk, way finding, mistakes, laughter, conversations and the imagination. She provides rich descriptions of the world of language learning which has remained invisible to mainstream studies of language education, existing as it does on the margins of educational life. She shows how tourism is shaped by the learning experiences of everyday life. Languages, she argues passionately, fundamentally change the nature of perception, dwelling and relationships to other people and the world. This book will be essential reading for all those interested in tourism studies and in modern languages education. It is a timely study, coming at time of crisis in languages, as English exerts its power as a world language and as a dominant language of tourism. Learning the Arts of Linguistic Survival: Languaging, Tourism, Life will also be of interest to anthropologists, linguists, geographers, sociologists and those studying education.
Categories: Business & Economics

School Life

School Life

5 , Jan. Bring the college to the students ( Kandel ) , page 3 of cover , no . 3 , Nov. Bristow , William H .: Junior high school a factor in the rural school problem , 167-169 , no . 9 , May . British prisoners show marked effect of ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015022428141

Category: Education

Page:

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Categories: Education

Minority Languages National Languages and Official Language Policies

Minority Languages  National Languages  and Official Language Policies

This can often be linked back to a lack of community reinforcement through private sector and civil society support, identified by UNESCO (2002, Art. 11, 5) as essential to the success of diversity policy. This brings us back to the ...

Author: Gillian Lane-Mercier

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 9780773555884

Category: Political Science

Page:

View: 570

In a context where linguistic and cultural diversity is characterized by ever-increasing complexity, adopting official multilingual policies to correct a country's ethno-linguistic, socio-economic, and symbolic imbalances presents many obstacles, but the greatest challenge is implementing them effectively. To what degree and in what ways have official multilingualism and multiculturalism policies actually succeeded in attaining their goals? Questioning and challenging foundational concepts, Minority Languages, National Languages, and Official Language Policies highlights the extent to which governments and international bodies are unable to manage complex linguistic and cultural diversity on an effective and sustained basis. This volume examines the principles, theory, intentions, and outcomes of official policies of multilingualism at the city, regional, and national levels through a series of international case studies. The eleven chapters – most focusing on lesser-known geopolitical contexts and languages – bring to the fore the many paradoxes that underlie the concept of diversity, lived experiences of and attitudes toward linguistic and cultural diversity, and the official multilingual policies designed to legally enhance, protect, or constrain otherness. An authoritative source of new and updated information, offering fresh interpretations and analyses of evolving sociolinguistic and political phenomena in today's global world, Minority Languages, National Languages, and Official Language Policies demonstrates how language policies often fail to deal appropriately or adequately with the issues they are designed to solve.
Categories: Political Science