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Teaching the sound-writing relationship is a crucial first step in foreign language learning. Language Show - October 2008

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  • These words are the phonic hooks to embed the sound/written associations in the learners’ long-term memories. We use physical gestures, the picture and the sound of the words to fix the letter sounds of Spanish as the first step in learning the language. We will go through the gestures all together before we do this lesson! NB: on the SOW most of the words, if nouns, are presented with the indefnite article (as we will start with un/una before going on to el/la) BUT where it is just more logical to say ‘the’ I have put the definite article in – so el universo is an example of that. Please check on the SOW for the articles I’ve used. We are not focusing on the article in these few lessons, so they will be learning these passively for the moment.
  • They know the country name Espana, so I think you can introduce this well in the TL. Use phrases like ‘ Hay regiones distintas/diferentes en Espana’. ‘Vamos a practicar la pronunciacion’ . Take them through each one, eliciting answers from them as much as possible, and encouraging them to make links. E.g. Gaclicia – I = idea, ci = ciclista. Prompt them where necessary, giving them first the gesture, and only supplying the right sound where absolutely necessary.
  • A syllable squares activity with the 6 regions. We won’t do these every lesson, but I think the repetition of task reinforces the links in the skill-building. Answers are on the next slide (you’ll need to print a copy of this one so you have the answers!)
  • For some pupils this will be familiar and language they have learnt during year 6. For others it will be new, but they should be encouraged that they can pronounce it all accurately now, thanks to their work on phonics. Go through it with them first, eliciting the phrases one by one and reinforcing the links with the phonic hooks. I.e. Hola = h from hamburguesa, o from olvidar and a from arana.
  • There are 3 presentation lessons in Franco-phoniques. This is the first lesson. Each lesson introduces 8 or 9 letters, letter combinations or letter-strings with a picture or short phrase. There is room for differentiation even at the presentation stage, as the whole phrase can be introduced or just one word.
  • All sounds are now collected together so you can easily move between the different sounds for extended practice.
  • Phonics presentation

    1. 1. Phonics accelerate language learning by teaching the sounds of the language
    2. 2. • develops pronunciation • builds pattern-finding and link- making • increases autonomy • improves confidence in performance • facilitates comprehension Learning the ‘sounds’ of the language…
    3. 3. Support from new curriculum: 1 key concepts • 1.1b Applying linguistic knowledge and skills to understand and communicate effectively • 1.2a Understanding how a language works and how to manipulate it • 1.2b Recognising that languages differ but may share common grammatical, syntactical or lexical features
    4. 4. Support from new curriculum: 2 Key processes • 2.1a identify patterns in the TL • 2.1b develop techniques for memorising words, phrases and spellings • 2.1d use previous knowledge, context and other clues to work out the meaning of what they hear or read • 2.2d use correct pronunciation and intonation • 2.2k deal with unfamiliar language, unexpected responses and unpredictable situations
    5. 5. Support from new curriculum: 3 Range and content 4 Curriculum opportunities • 3a the spoken and written forms of the TL • 3b the interrelationship between sounds and writing in the TL • 4c use an increasing range of more complex language
    6. 6. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 araña elefante idea olvidar universo cerdo ciclista casa coche cucaracha gimnasia hamburguesa España zumo guitarra llave
    7. 7. a araña
    8. 8. e elefante
    9. 9. idea i
    10. 10. o olvidar
    11. 11. universo u
    12. 12. a e i o u
    13. 13. ce cerdo
    14. 14. ci ciclista
    15. 15. ca casa
    16. 16. co coche
    17. 17. cu cucaracha
    18. 18. ce ci ca co cu
    19. 19. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 araña elefante idea olvidar universo cerdo ciclista casa coche cucaracha gimnasia hamburguesa España zumo guitarra llave
    20. 20. ca a i len as res st ri ba le tu le lla as va na ón cia las ri as cia ca mur is 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
    21. 21. ca a i len as res st ri ba le tu le lla as va na ón cia las ri as cia ca mur is 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. Asturias 2. Castilla-León 3. Valencia 4. Islas Baleares 5. Murcia 6. Islas Canarias
    22. 22. una conversaciónFelipe: 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!
    23. 23. Spanglovision! How it works 1. 10 year 7 tutor groups = 10 songs 2. Learning, preparing, performing, recording 3. Year 7 voting (not for themselves!) 4. Years 8,9,10,11 voting  Spanglovision winners 5. Winners awarded Cup in assemly Skills and active learning • Memory • Pronunciation • Confidence and finding their voice • Performance • Creativity • Fun
    24. 24. Do, re, mi Buscar ante todo el origen Debemos sin más tardar Para leer, estudiar y ser el ‘a, be, ce’ Y a cantar empezar con ‘do, re. mi’ Do, re, mi Do, re, mi, las tres primeras notas sabéis Do, re, mi Do, re, mi Do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, si, do Do - estrato de varón Re - selvático animal Mi - denota posesión Fa - es lejos en inglés Sol - ardiente esfera es La - al nombre es anterior Si – asentimiento es Y otra vez ya viene el Do (X3) Sol do la fa mi do re Sol do la fa mi do re Sol do la si do re do Sol do la si do re do Sol do la fa mi do re Sol do la si do re do Si las notas conocéis Todos ya bien cantareis Do - estrato de varón Re - selvático animal Mi - denota posesión Fa - es lejos en inglés Sol - ardiente esfera es La - al nombre es anterior Si – asentimiento es Y otra vez ya viene el Do
    25. 25. Do - estrato de varón Re - selvático animal Mi - denota posesión Fa - es lejos en inglés Sol - ardiente esfera es La - al nombre es anterior Si – asentimiento es Y otra vez ya viene el Do (X3)
    26. 26. Los Trabalenguas Una cacatrepa que trepa tiene tres cacatrepitos (A caterpillar that climbs has three baby caterpillars) Los mariscos amarillescos son muy deliciosos (The yellowish seafood is very delicious)
    27. 27. Jollyphonics
    28. 28. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 10
    29. 29. Les Franco-phoniques Rha-08
    30. 30. a/â i eu/œu o on qu u tion table pâtes lit lion bleu bottes voiture rue pont question pollution sœur couleur e petit melon
    31. 31. Parliamo italiano Author: Noémie Neighbour
    32. 32. [k] [tch] [g] [dj] [oo] [ee] [kw] [tz] [ai] [-] [gn][ll]
    33. 33. Rachel Hawkes AST Assistant Principal Director of Language College Comberton Village College, Cambridgeshire rhawkes@comberton.cambs.sch.uk www.rachelhawkes.typepad.com/linguacom

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