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The ppt used for a session with parents at Route 39 Academy as they look to best support their young learners develop their Spanish

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  • Keep changing tables after every few minutes and when possible record snipets of conversation to discuss as a group. This can work well if you assign a few students each time as monitors, to circulate around the tables and provide feedback.
  • Parents support evening

    1. 1. Work with a partner 1) Get a drink! 2) Write a list ON THE TABLECLOTH of the Spanish words that you can understand + what you think the English is next to it e.g. violencia = violence 3) Can you spot any patterns- how do we change some English words to make them Spanish (-ión / -dad / -mente)? 4) Can you predict what the students will be learning this term? Welcome to the Route 39 Spanish parents evening!
    2. 2. Your Spanish challenge • Create the details for a Mexican character • Decide whether you, as that character, are going to risk your life crossing into US + WHY Your technology challenge • Design the wall of crosses used to mark the deaths of Mexicans who have tried to cross into US • Design a Día de los Muertos mask
    3. 3. Create a mindmap – what do we want Señor Fuller to teach us to best complete the challenge? INCLUDE SKILLS + KNOWLEDGE
    4. 4. In this evening’s session you are going to... 1) find out that you already know lots of Spanish words! 2) learn the key sounds you need to talk in Spanish 3) learn how to support students’ learning when they are not in the Spanish classroom!
    5. 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 araña elefante idea olvidar universo cerdo ciclista casa 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 coche cucaracha gimnasia hamburguesa jardín España zumo guitarra llavequiero
    6. 6. a araña
    7. 7. e elefante
    8. 8. idea i
    9. 9. o olvidar
    10. 10. universo u
    11. 11. a e i o u
    12. 12. ce cerdo
    13. 13. ci ciclista
    14. 14. ca casa
    15. 15. co coche
    16. 16. cu cucaracha
    17. 17. ce ci ca co cu
    18. 18. j jardín gi gimnasia
    19. 19. gu guitarra
    20. 20. j gi ge gu
    21. 21. h hamburguesa
    22. 22. ñ España
    23. 23. qu quiero
    24. 24. z zumo
    25. 25. ll llave v
    26. 26. h ñ z ll v qu
    27. 27. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 araña elefante idea olvidar universo cerdo ciclista casa 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 coche cucaracha gimnasia hamburguesa jardín España zumo guitarra llavequiero
    28. 28. i do verte que ha zo ci allaja mi ha ja mi ja mi
    29. 29. i do verte que ha zo ci allaja mi ha ja mi ja mi
    30. 30. i do verte que ha zo ci allaja mi ha ja mi ja mi
    31. 31. Felipe: Hola. ¿Qué tal? Laura: Muy bien. ¿Y tú? Felipe: Bien. ¿Cómo te llamas? Laura: Me llamo Laura. ¿Y tú, cómo te llamas? Felipe: Me llamo Felipe. ¡Hasta luego, Laura! Laura: ¡Adiós, Felipe! Discuss on your tables... What can you work out from this conversation?
    32. 32. In pairs... 1. Use the handout to adapt your basic conversation (on next slide). Be dramatic! 2. Record it on your phone. 3. Send it to chris.fuller@route39.org.uk Take care with: -pronunciation - accuracy These will be uploaded to: www.route39.typepad.com
    33. 33. Extended learning: Leave 4 x “2 Stars and a Wish” comments on other people’s videos at www.route39.typepad.com What can you constructively comment on? • Accuracy of pronunciation • Level of detail • Creativity / commitment
    34. 34. Quiero = I want tomar = to have Me gustaría = I would like un vino blanco = a white wine un vino tinto = a red wine una cerveza = a beer una limonada = a lemonade un vaso de agua = a glass of water Estoy de acuerdo (I agree) ¿En serio? Estás loco / loca (You’re crazy) ¡Tienes que trabajar mañana! (You have to work tomorrow!)¿Y tú...? ¿Qué quieres? Yo también (Me too) Tengo que conducir (I’ve got to drive)
    35. 35. Ways to help your learners! 1) Get a drink 2) Write a post-it with 1 idea to share- how can I support my learner’s day to day language learning? 3) Post it on our sharing wall!
    36. 36. 1 person = writer AND cannot leave their chair 1 person is the runner and CANNOT write You must try to recreate the poster outside the room as accurately as possible - you will lose 1 mark from 100 for every error Jaffa cakes for… the fastest pair to complete to a good standard the most accurate pair
    37. 37. Creo que en el pasado era un poco más perezoso, y quizás un poco más fastidioso.
    38. 38. Pero ahora soy bastante inteligente y muy activo- aunque también soy un poco chismoso a veces.
    39. 39. Me. Chris Fuller. - Spanish (and French) teacher - International educational consultant - Curriculum development - Specific training needs - Conference organisation - Projects to raise the profile - Publishing (traditional and digital) - Focused on shifting the balance of workload in the MFL classroom
    40. 40. Ways to help your learners! The blog www.route39.typepad.com
    41. 41. Ways to help your learners! The wiki www.route39mfl.wikispaces.com
    42. 42. Ways to help your learners! Coffee Break Spanish
    43. 43. Ways to help your learners! Twitter @route39MFL
    44. 44. Ways to help your learners! Edmodo
    45. 45. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 araña elefante idea olvidar universo cerdo ciclista casa 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 coche cucaracha gimnasia hamburguesa jardín España zumo guitarra llavequiero

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