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Book Talk. DCSF Publications Tel: 0845 60 222 60 Booklet: 00467-2008BKT-EN DVD: 00761-2008DVD-EN.

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Book talk

Book Talk

DCSF Publications Tel: 0845 60 222 60

Booklet: 00467-2008BKT-EN

DVD: 00761-2008DVD-EN


“I spend much of my time not writing at all. First, I ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”

Michael Morpurgo


Good writers
Good writers… ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”

Read widely

Read as writers

Plan

Transcribe efficiently

Draft and craft their writing

Reread

Persevere

Enjoy writing


Talk for writing is
Talk for Writing ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”is…

…the developmental exploration, through talk, of the thinking and creative processes involved in being a writer.

Pie Corbett Talk for Writing workshops 2007-2008


Book talk is
‘Book Talk’ ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”is…

  • learning about a book by talking about it;

  • talking to deepen understanding and critical appreciation;

  • giving children time to think collectively and tentatively, proposing and reshaping their understanding;

  • only worth doing if the book contains anything worth talking about!


Creating interest
Creating Interest ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”


Warming up the imagination
Warming up the imagination ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”


Book talk1
Book-talk ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”

All was still in the valley of the dragons. Mist had drifted in from the sea nearby and was clinging to the mountains. Birds twittered uncertainly in the foggy damp, and clouds hid the sun.

All was still in the valley of the dragons. Mist had drifted in from the sea nearby and was clinging to the mountains.

All was still in the valley of the dragons.

All was still


The dragon machine
The Dragon Machine ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”

Work with a partner to ‘book talk’, using the example in the handout.


The dragon machine1
The Dragon Machine ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”


Creating a reading area
Creating a reading area ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”


Reading journal
Reading Journal ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”


Retelling
Retelling ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”


Story sacks
Story Sacks ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”

Fill with items to retell the story and stimulate discussion about the themes and issues


Collective drawing
Collective Drawing ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”


Empty chair
Empty chair ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”

Role play what you would want to say to George’s parents if they were sat there.


Comparing two images
Comparing two images ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”


Book gossip
Book Gossip ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”


Top tips from pie corbett
Top tips from Pie Corbett ‘write’ the stories in my head and dream them and weave them until they’re ready. Then, I sit on the bed and ‘tell’ them down onto the page.”

Encourage personal responses from the children – it shouldn’t be a barrage of comprehension questions.

Model book-talk before the class tries.

Encourage critical and evaluative thinking.

Use open prompts, questions and invitations.

Build towards group dialogue.

Tell the children that they can’t be wrong, but should be prepared to change and adapt their ideas in response to others.

Use drama techniques to develop and enhance book talk.


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