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Poem

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Ideas for teaching a poem in French to primary children

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  1. 1. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 oining in a poem
  2. 2. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 oining in a poem or any other text
  3. 3. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Joining in a poem: <ul><li>O5.3: to listen attentively and understand more complex phrases and sentences </li></ul><ul><li>L5.1: to re-read frequently a variety of short texts </li></ul><ul><li>L5.3: to write words, phrases and short sentences, using a reference </li></ul>
  4. 4. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Joining in a poem: <ul><li>KAL: to recognise patterns in simple sentences </li></ul><ul><li>KAL: to manipulate language by changing an element in a sentence </li></ul><ul><li>LLS: to use actions and rhymes to aid memorisation </li></ul>
  5. 5. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Y3 / Y4 Literacy: <ul><li>Y3: “As children listen to sounds, words and phrases, they repeat and chorus, learning accurate pronunciation……They enjoy reading a few familiar words and phrases aloud and begin to write letters and familiar words.” </li></ul>
  6. 6. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Y3 / Y4 Literacy: <ul><li>Y4: “Children develop their reading skills and learn to understand familiar written phrases in clear, printed script. They link listening and reading, by reading short familiar stories, songs and poems while listening to them at the same time. They write familiar words and phrases using a model and begin to experiment with building short phrases from memory.” </li></ul>
  7. 7. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Step 1: Scaffolding
  8. 8. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10
  9. 9. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Step 2: Meet the Chorus
  10. 10. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Tape les mains C’est l’printemps qui revient. Tape les pieds C’est l’printemps qui renaît.
  11. 11. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Step 3: Read the poem
  12. 12. Le retour du printemps ©MFL Sunderland 2010 CS http://www.sunderlandschools.org/mfl-sunderland
  13. 13. Viens, Viens, viens, viens, Le printemps est sur le chemin. Dans la prairie, ce matin Une hirondelle m’a dit:
  14. 14. Tape les mains C’est l’printemps qui revient. Tape les pieds C’est l’printemps qui renaît.
  15. 15. Dans la forêt, ce matin Un écureuil m’a dit: Viens, Viens, viens, viens, Le printemps est sur le chemin.
  16. 16. Tape les mains C’est l’printemps qui revient. Tape les pieds C’est l’printemps qui renaît.
  17. 17. Près de l’étang, ce matin Une grenouille m’a dit: Viens, Viens, viens, viens, Le printemps est sur le chemin.
  18. 18. Tape les mains C’est l’printemps qui revient. Tape les pieds C’est l’printemps qui renaît.
  19. 19. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Step 4: Understanding
  20. 20. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Dans la prairie, ce matin Une hirondelle m’a dit: «Viens, Viens, viens, viens, Le printemps est sur le chemin.» (Refrain) Dans la forêt, ce matin Un écureuil m’a dit: «Viens, Viens, viens, viens, Le printemps est sur le chemin.» (Refrain) Près de l’étang, ce matin Une grenouille m’a dit: «Viens, Viens, viens, viens, Le printemps est sur le chemin.» Refrain: Tape les mains C’est l’printemps qui revient. Tape les pieds C’est l’printemps qui renaît.
  21. 21. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Step 5: Focussed listening Viens, viens, viens, Le printemps est sur le chemin.» Un écureuil m’a dit: «Viens, Dans la forêt, ce matin
  22. 22. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Step 6: Detailed analysis Près de l’étang, ce matin Une grenouille m’a dit: «Viens, Viens , viens, viens, Le printemps est sur le chemin.»
  23. 23. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Step 6: Detailed analysis Près de l’étang , ce matin Une grenouille m’a dit: «Viens, Viens, viens, viens, Le printemps est sur le chemin .»
  24. 24. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Step 6: Detailed analysis Près de l’étang, ce matin Une grenouille m’a dit: «Viens, Viens, viens, viens, Le printemps est sur le chemin .»
  25. 25. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 Step 6: Extension and Creativity
  26. 26. Viens, Viens, viens, viens, ___________ est sur le chemin. ____________, ce matin ____________ m’a dit:
  27. 27. ____________, ce matin ____________ m’a dit: Viens, Viens, viens, viens, ___________ est sur le chemin.
  28. 28. ____________, ________ ____________ m’a dit: Viens, Viens, viens, viens, ___________ est sur le chemin.
  29. 29. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 More Ideas ! <ul><li>Clap when you hear… </li></ul><ul><li>Match words and pictures </li></ul><ul><li>Fill in the missing words </li></ul><ul><li>Classify </li></ul><ul><li>Map from memory </li></ul>
  30. 30. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 More Ideas ! <ul><li>Find the cognates </li></ul><ul><li>Find the false friends </li></ul><ul><li>Find words with certain sounds </li></ul><ul><li>Find all the masculine nouns </li></ul><ul><li>Find the rhymes </li></ul>
  31. 31. Spring into Action with Primary Languages 09.03.10 More Ideas ! <ul><li>Practise reading in pairs </li></ul><ul><li>Individual reading around the class </li></ul><ul><li>What is the next word ? </li></ul>

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