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Creating engaging and motivating activities through ICT, authentic texts and images. [email protected] Dave Wicks Curriculum Co-ordinator for MFL 2, SLN Lead Teacher for North Wiltshire, RSA for the South West. A change in ideology? A “new” active classroom for a new NC.

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creating engaging and motivating activities through ict authentic texts and images

Creating engaging and motivating activities through ICT, authentic texts and images

[email protected]

Dave Wicks

Curriculum Co-ordinator for MFL 2, SLN Lead Teacher for North Wiltshire, RSA for the South West

a change in ideology a new active classroom for a new nc
A change in ideology? A “new” active classroom for a new NC
  • An active classroom is all about moving from:
  • Teacher-centred to learner centred
  • Teacher as transmitter of knowledge -> teacher as organiser of knowledge
  • Teacher as the “do-er” for children -> teacher as “enabler” / facilitator
  • Subject specific focus -> Holistic learning focus
  • Teacher as magician! NOT!
how do our students change and benefit from an active approach
How do our students change and benefit from an active approach?
  • Passive recipients of knowledge -> active and participatory learners
  • Focus on answering questions -> asking questions
  • Spoon fed -> responsible for own learning – reflection
  • Competing with each other -> collaborating
  • Having own say -> listening to others opinions
  • Individual subject learning -> joined up learning “episodes”

“Sir, this is like well ace work,

can we do it again another lesson?”

thinking about texts
Thinking about texts
  • How do we use texts?
  • Do we always find good “authentic material” to use?
  • Do we get enough mileage out of texts?
  • How can we explore texts in a fresher, new way?
  • How can we link the new NC to what we do do with texts?
quelques mots
Quelques mots

le foot le restaurant hier

j’adore le soirilpleuvait

le samediparcequeont

un copainmes parents une pizza

avec regarder en voiture

maisil a manger

et avoir faire

amusantêtrefantastique

text idea 1
Text idea 1
  • The “silent” starter aka “The Cold Shoulder!” – a list of words, in any order or layout on a page.
  • Results – what is the impact / result of this? New NC links?
  • Potential Pitfalls - ways around the problems.
  • Feedback from the students on the activity
ready steady read
Ready, steady, read!
  • “Are you ready to read aloud class?”
  • “We’re going to read the text out loud as soon as it appears on the screen!”
  • “Ready?”
  • “Let’s read!”
text idea 2
Text idea 2

Lesamedij’aimealleren villeavec mescopains et j’adoremanger chez McDocarc’estdélicieux! Le soir, jeregarde la télé avec masoeurparcequej’aime les films de science-fiction. Elle adore les westerns!

Le dimanchematin, jereste au lit et je me levevers midi. L’après-midi jevaisau parcet jejoue au foot avec mescamarades de classe. La semenedernièrejesuisalléchez mesgrands-parents maisc’étaitnul!

I know there is a spelling istake!

text idea 2 how to make it work
Text idea 2 – how to make it work!
  • Colours – yellow is bad! Choose nice word colours or a black background.
  • Make the font big enough to read!
  • Make sure they are reading aloud to start with!
  • Don’t give in if they don’t understand! Just say no! Don’t give away any hints! Launch it, “unscaffolded” Be BRAVE!
  • Once you have a template – SHARE IT!
  • Recycle the idea, but change the words/concepts they need to find so they are not wise to it!
using images to inspire photo stories
Using images to inspire photo stories
  • Images are a powerful tool for the MFL teacher.
  • One single topic image – a thousand ideas.
  • Student involvement – image creation.
  • Motivation levels.
  • Creativity levels.
  • PLTS – many can be achieved here.
  • Fantastic final products.
  • Useful for many topics, even the obscure ones! However some non-entities are being taken out! PO etc.
how to set up the task
How to set-up the task
  • Get cameras – beg, steal or borrow!
  • Check your picture policy
  • Get them into groups – you decide, they decide – your choice/their choice?
  • Plan it out first – when do you want to start and finish – lesson allocation
  • Give them the topic – planning in groups
  • Photo shoot + ICT room booked
family fortunes
Family Fortunes
  • Groups love to work together
  • Not just the family are playing – group planning can be used in class
  • Easy to set up once you have the template
  • Easy to move the activity forward into AT4 work
  • Easy to use as a springboard into drop down menus in Word activities – creative texts
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