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  • 1. What’s Carlos doing? Why? Where is he? What’s he thinking? What’s he feeling?
  • 2. Chris Fuller Think differently www.chrisfuller.typepad.com @chrisfullerisms [email_address]
  • 3. It’s hard, but it’s not challenging a year 11 pupil
  • 4. It’s hard, but it’s not challenging a year 11 pupil If you always do what you always did then you’ll always get what you always got, Chris Harte www.chrisharte.typepad.com
  • 5.  
  • 6. Language of speculation toolkits for spontaneous TL
  • 7. Phonics
  • 8. Phonics Rachel Hawkes - www.rachelhawkes.typepad.com Suzi Bewell – www.allsaintslanguagesblog.typepad.co.uk Letter writing in air
  • 9. Grammar Buzz Lightyear - the timeline approach to grammar
  • 10. Grammar
    • Verb walks
  • 11. Carlos www.chrisfuller.typepad.com/de_viaje
  • 12.
    • Blog= web log
      • Traditionally used as an online diary
    Creating an outcome Blogging
  • 13.
    • Blog= web log
      • Traditionally used as an online diary
      • A typical blog combines a variety of media forms
    Creating an outcome Blogging
  • 14.
    • Blog= web log
      • Traditionally used as an online diary
      • A typical blog combines a variety of media forms
      • Key element is huge increase in interactivity- INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY.
    Creating an outcome Blogging
  • 15. Why use blogs?
    • Motivation - make the world your classroom wall
      • Learning no longer confined to exercise books
    Blogging
  • 16. Why use blogs?
    • Motivation - make the world your classroom wall
      • Learning no longer confined to exercise books
      • Who is the audience for work which goes into an exercise book?
    Blogging
  • 17. Why use blogs?
    • Motivation - make the world your classroom wall
      • Learning no longer confined to exercise books
      • Who is the audience for work which goes into an exercise book?
      • Truly global perspective
        • Can be demonstrated by visitors maps on blogs
    Blogging
  • 18. 100 visitors to the Spanish blog Jane Croft, Ridgeway School, Plympton Louise Crossley, Royds School, Leeds
  • 19. Why use blogs?
      • Reading
        • pupils constantly reading and re-reading each other’s work
        • Allows for dissemination of good ideas
        • Writing
        • audience?
        • National Literacy Trust
        • Speaking
        • platform for podcasts, Voki + OTHER MATERIALS
        • allows you to provide access to listening anywhere, anytime
    Blogging
  • 20. Key blogs for resources / ideas
    • www.joedale.typepad.com
    • www.boxoftricks.net
    • www.chrisharte.typepad.com
    • www.mfljones.wordpress.com
    • www.rachelhawkes.com
    • www.johnfconnor.typepad.com
    • www.languagesresources.wordpress.com
    Blogging
  • 21. writing Podcasts - require a script - peer assessment - recording and editing as repetition - basis for Voki ( www.voki.com ) ? Create a listening text in audacity + a worksheet to compete and assess
  • 22. speaking Goldilocks http://ngfl.northumberland.gov.uk/languages/Goldilocks/Spanish/Rubiales2.html
  • 23. speaking Flip video cameras
  • 24. Project work Monopoly - ideal for year 7 entries - Spanish geography - festivals - numbers - basic instructions - good for instilling sense of TL importance - development of project-analysis
  • 25. Project work Spanglovision - yr 7 classes given a song each - focus on memorisation skills - encouraged to incorporate vocab into other contexts - competitive element - pop videos? www.rachelhawkes.typepad.com
  • 26. Curriculum Now!
  • 27. Project work Work with P.E department - based on Lymm High School - opportunity to look at role of communication - cultural input “ The Language of Sport”
  • 28. Project work www.hellomylo.com
  • 29. ballena cobaya vicuña viscacha llama flamenco think differently
  • 30. animal wild domestic food? flamenco ballena llama vicuña cobaya viscacha
  • 31. colours neighbours? think differently
  • 32. pronunciations / phonetics Uruguay Chile Bolivia Argentina Perú Cuba think differently
  • 33. http://24timezones.com/map_es.htm Time zones At 9a.m. in Quito Juan is getting up. What would Carlos be doing in Sevilla?
  • 34. http://24timezones.com/map_es.htm Time zones At 9a.m. in Quito Juan is getting up. What would Carlos be doing in Sevilla?
  • 35. Pocket money
  • 36. Pocket money
  • 37. Lire une carte Une gare Une autoroute Une route nationale Un camping Des toilettes Un centre sportif Un musée Un château VRAI OU FAUX ? 1. A Putney il y a un centre sportif. 2. A Wandsworth il y a un musée. 3. A Putney il y a une gare. 4. A Roehampton il y a une gare. 5. A Barnes il y a une réserve naturelle.
  • 38. Climate zones
  • 39. Climate zones
  • 40. Development
  • 41. Development www.actionaid.org.uk
  • 42. Similes / El símil
    • Tan frío como un cadáver
  • 43. Similes / El símil
    • Tan lento como una tortuga (con reuma)
  • 44.  
  • 45. International links www.globalgateway.org.uk www.etwinning.net
  • 46. Sponsor a child www.worldvision.org.uk
  • 47. Let’s be positive
  • 48. Chris Fuller Think differently www.chrisfuller.typepad.com @chrisfullerisms [email_address]