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Session Two, Tuesday 14 th March 2012. Laying bare the literacy strand. Session objectives. By the end of the session you will have become more familiar with the Literacy objectives in the KS2 Framework for languages

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Session Two, Tuesday 14th March 2012

Laying bare the literacy strand


Session objectives

By the end of the session you will have

become more familiar with the Literacy objectives in the KS2 Framework for languages

discovered some activities which can be used to teach children Literacy skills in a Modern Foreign Language.


QTS standards

In this session you will be working towards the following standards

Q10 Have a knowledge & understanding of a range of teaching… strategies & know how to use & adapt them ...

Q14 Have a secure knowledge & understanding of your subjects/curriculum areas & related pedagogy to enable you to teach effectively...


Standards cont...

Q15 To know and understand the relevant statutory & non-statutory curricula & frameworks...

Q17 Know how to use skills in literacy …& ICT to support your teaching & wider professional activities.

Q23 Design opportunities for learners to develop their literacy …

& ICT skills.


Language-learning objectives - French

L4.2 Follow a short ... text, listening & reading

at the same time.

L 5.2 Make simple sentences & short texts.

Context – Using prepositions to write a poem.

Success criteria – You can use prior learning, a model & dictionary skills to write

at least 5 lines of a poem.


Language-learning objectives- German

L 5.2 … Read ...a …short text.

L5.3 Write words, phrases and short sentences, using a reference.

Context – We are using language & pictorial clues to read & understand a short story.

Success criteria – You can use cognates & other clues to read a short story in

German.


What is Literacy?

Activity

Make a list of activities you’ve

used or seen used in (English)

Literacy lessons.

Swap lists with another group. Decide how many could be used in an MFL lesson.


Fears

Activity

Discuss & record the concerns you or other teachers may have when it comes to the teaching of reading and writing in foreign language.


‘Despite the fact that we recognise the importance of children acquiring these skills, there is no doubt that their introduction seems to conjure up feelings of concern. They have come to be labelled as more difficult & less enjoyable elements of the language learning process which often seems to fill both teachers & pupils with fear & trepidation. For too long we have concentrated disproportionately on listening & speaking, to the detriment of the other two skills.’

Christina Skarbek, First Steps to Reading and Writing, CILT Pathfinder.


http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/KS2-MFL-Reading-and-Writing-Games-6084573/


Why Literacy?

It can help reinforce skills in the mother tongue.

It is useful preparation for learning a MFL in KS3 & KS4.

Written communication is all around & can’t be ignored.

Oracy is insufficient if we’re to cater for children of ALL learning styles.

If it’s taught using dynamic & varied methods, it can be fun

Writing doesn’t have to involve a pen & paper.


Early reading activities

reading labels and posters in the classroom

decoding a word or grapheme traced on their hands/back

holding up word cards whilst listening to a story

following a text read out loud by the teacher

putting word cards in the order they came in a sentence /story/song

with support, read short

messages from a partner

school


Early reading activities cont…

match 1 half of a word to the other half

sort words into dictionary order

play Where Am I in the Sentence?

read words or simple rhymes in different voices

begin to recognise letter strings and phonemes which are different from English

recognise & respond to

written phonemes


Early readingactivities cont…

find cognates by recognising similarities

with English

read words & rhymes in different voices

read aloud a familiar text or rhyme in

chorus


Reading activity – French


Reading activity – German


Higher-level reading skills –Years 5 & 6

http://www.primarylanguages.org.uk/training_zone/media_library.aspx?criteria=54


DerRegenbongenfisch– writing activity


Writing with upper KS2 cont…

http://www.primarylanguages.org.uk/training_zone/media_library.aspx?criteria=54


Writing activity - poem!

Il y a un lion surla balançoire,Il y a un tigre dansla cour ,Il y a un léopard sousles arbres,Il y a un monstre à côté de l'école …Alors moi… je suis à la maison!

Le chat est sousla table,Le poisson est surla chaise,La souris est à côté de l'ordinateur,Le cheval est dansla poubelle,Mais moi ... je suis juste… ici.


Plenary

Find a partner &...

Make a brief note together about how today’s session has helped you work towards 1 or more of the QTS standards.

Record an activity you could now incorporate into an MFL lesson.

Make sure you make a

note of this for

yourself too !


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