SmartBoardand Modern Languages

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Using the SmartBoard to support the teaching of Modern Languages

Using the SmartBoard to support the teaching of Modern Languages

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  • 1. SMARTboard to Support Modern Languages Margaret Vass ICT Curriculum Support Officer Falkirk Council Education Services
  • 2. Course Descriptor Falkirk Council Education Services
    • The use of a SMARTboard to support Modern Languages in the primary school, taking advantage of:
    • freely available SMARTboard resources
    • software installed on the primary network
    • online resources.
  • 3. http://classtools.net Falkirk Council Education Services
    • This great free site does not require you to sign up
    • These 4 activities work particularly well with an Interactive Whiteboard
  • 4. Classtools.net – The Arcade Game
      • Type in a title and
      • Follow instructions
      • You need to include
      • 10 lines of text
      • Press ‘Play’ .
    Falkirk Council Education Services
  • 5. Classtools.net - Choosing The Game Format Falkirk Council Education Services Simply click on one of the 5 game formats
  • 6. Classtools.net – The Countdown clock Falkirk Council Education Services There’s an option to select a soundtrack for your countdown Type in the required time span Select ‘countdown’
  • 7. Classtools.net – Random Name Generator
    • This is a very versatile tool!
    • Simply copy and
    • paste from
    • Word
    • Now select
    • ‘ Fruit Machine ’
  • 8. The Jackpot! The machine stops at a name ‘ Used’ names can be removed Words or phrases could be used instead of names
  • 9. Word Magnets
    • http://www.xmleducation.co.uk/magnets.html
    Enter a phrase in the box. Then select the Next arrow
  • 10. Word Magnets 2 The new ‘jumbled up’ phrase will appear in the next window
  • 11. Word Magnets 3 There is an option to change the colour of some words. Click on the arrows to enlarge them
  • 12. Transition Lesson Plans
    • http://www.ltscotland.org.uk/mfle/primaryzone/transitions.asp
    The LTS site has a good selection of short term plans for Primary 6 to 7 stage
  • 13. Hangman - French
    • http://www.prescot-school.knowsley.sch.uk/prescot-language/mfl-site/primarySchool/PrimaryHangmanFRE.html
    A good selection of ready made Hangman games for the Whiteboard
  • 14. Translating Text - 1
    • http://uk.babelfish.yahoo.com/translate_txt
    Place text in the box. Make language choice. Hey presto!
  • 15. Translating Text - 2 The Babblefish site also enables you to translate whole web pages!
  • 16. French and Spanish Labelling http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ A good variety of ‘labelling’ activities on this website
  • 17. Games and Activities for the IWB http://www.trainingforlearning.co.uk/links/modern_languages.htm
  • 18. ‘ Choose Your Language’ Game http://www.alienlanguage.co.uk/alienlanguage/index.htm#
  • 19. French Games from the BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryfrench/pf2/games_all.shtml
  • 20. MFL IWB Resources http://www.trainingforlearning.co.uk/resources.htm
  • 21. Using Vokis in the MFL Classroom http://www.boxoftricks.net/?p=104 A great series of lessons on this blog inspired by http://www.voki.com/
  • 22. Available Primary network Tools
  • 23. Useful Websites
    • http://blogs.wsd1.org/iwb/tag/french/
    • http://blogs.wsd1.org/iwb/2008/11/19/french-clothing/
    • http://www.knowitall.org/instantreplay/content/LanguageIndex.cfm
    • http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/mfl/mfl.htm
    • http://www.downs.kent.sch.uk/teachingresources/default.shtml