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  • BA Year 1 - Speaking & Listening 09-10
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  • BA Year 1 - Speaking & Listening 09-10
  • BA Year 1 - Speaking & Listening 09-10
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  • 1. Speaking & Listening and ICT “ All learning, across the whole curriculum, could be said to begin with and end with speaking and listening. It would be impossible to introduce a new area of learning or revise an old one without some form of questioning or discussion by the teacher and children.” Grugeon, E, et al. (2001) Teaching Speaking and Listening in the Primary School
  • 2.
    • For trainees to begin to develop:
    • A realisation of the potential of ICT to support learning across key stages in literacy (and other subjects) with regard to speaking and listening;
    • An awareness of a range of software and strategies to support the use of ICT in literacy (and other subjects) with regard to speaking and listening;
    • The ability to make appropriate decisions about when, when not, and how to use ICT to support objectives literacy and other subjects.
    • Standards: Q14 Q17 Q23 Q25a
    Learning Outcomes
  • 3. Talk and the Computer
    • Literacy software that promotes speaking and listening skills:
    • Talking stories
    • Talking word processors
    • Adventure games (simulations)
    • Other software types
  • 4.
    • 12 Strands – 4 devoted to Speaking and listening “for a wide range of purposes in different contexts”
    • Speaking
    • Listening and responding
    • Group discussion and interaction
    • Drama
    • ICT Applications in Speaking & Listening
    The New Primary Framework for Literacy
  • 5. What ICT Applications can I use?
    • ICT Applications in Literacy
    • 1. Audio (e.g. PODCASTS )
    • 2. Digital images
    • 3. General
    • 4. Interactive whiteboard
    • 5. Multimedia
    • 6. Online collaboration
    • 7. Online resources
    • 8. Proprietary software
    • 9. Video
    • 10. Word processing
  • 6. ICT & Speaking and Listening
    • ICT can contribute to the development of children’s skills of speaking and listening in many ways. For example:
    • through the use of audio recordings
    • through digitised speech and multimedia
    • through the use of video conferencing
    • by providing context for collaborative decision-making
    • Using ICT in Primary English Teaching (Bennett – 2004)
    TALK DOG