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Part 1 of presentation for L@S 2009. This was presented as the digital section of Traditional Tales with a Digital Twist

Part 1 of presentation for L@S 2009. This was presented as the digital section of Traditional Tales with a Digital Twist

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  • 1. Traditional Tales with a Digital Twist Presented by Linda McCullough, Vicki Stephens, Pauline McLeod Tradititional Tales link can be found on https://wailite.wikispaces.com/ Part 1
  • 2. Intention for Presentation; Look at Traditional tales Why they are important? Why are we still using them? How do they fit into a digital environment? What higher thinking can be engaged in when using traditional tales at a junior level?
  • 3. What messages do Fairy Tales give us? Thanks to all the Teachers and Pupils of Newstead School
  • 4. Brainstorming Ideas
  • 5. Yr1 students reasoning with the values of unfair treatment. Y1 students recalling the events in a story.
  • 6. Sorting and sifting ideas
  • 7. Literacy opportunities…
    • Other Digital Ideas
    • Produce a video of a Fairy tale.
    • A pod cast of an interview with a Fairy Tale Character
    • Debate the pros and cons of actions demonstrated in Fairy Tales and video or Pod Cast this.
    • Create an animated story to go with your Fairy Tale
    • Recreate your own Fairy tale and recreate it digitally.
    Report Venn Diagram . Differences and similarities Using speech marks Creating own version
  • 8. Using a PMI to organize ideas… Goldilocks and the Three Bears
  • 9.  
  • 10. Messages given to us via Fairy Tales
  • 11. Fairy Tale Characters had roles in their story portraying rights and responsibilities they had in that position.