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  1. 1. A FEW OF OUR FAVOURITE THINGS. Lisa Stevens The Language Show 2022
  2. 2. https://youtu.be/5VxIwyD06Jo
  3. 3. SQUISHY BALL • attract attention • randomise answering • pass the ball • choose vocab items • target practice • fidget toy • stress relief
  4. 4. PROPS • encourages involvement • wow moments • memory hooks • spread the joy
  5. 5. modelling language ‘safety blanket’ modelling behaviour MY ‘SIDEKICKS’
  6. 6. GAMES - BEAT THE TEACHER • only repeat if it’s true • if I can make the class say the wrong word, I win the point. • if the class aren’t fooled, they win a point • set number of points that wins • decide how lenient you’ll be!
  7. 7. GAMES • Silly voices • Best impression • Búscame algo…. • ¿Quién tiene…? • 21 • Tenis /Squash
  8. 8. MAKING THINGS
  9. 9. Spanish - Spring 1 We’ve been using our scientific knowledge to help us in our Spanish unit Los Planetas. To celebrate our learning we’ve made concertina books describing the planets. Mercurio es un planeta pequeño y rápido muy cerca del Sol. Saturno es un planeta rojo y bastante grande que tiene anillos. Plutón es un planeta minúsculo y frío muy lejos del Sol. La Tierra es un planeta azul y verde bastante cerca del Sol.
  10. 10. DOING RESEARCH festivals – video https://youtu.be/FxBCUt67-ik
  11. 11. RESEARCHING HISPANIC HEROES César Chavez Frida Kahlo / Picasso/ Miró Gloria Estefan Ellen Ochoa Sonia Sotomayor Lin-Manuel Miranda https://youtu.be/ZypUTsEh1-o Intro https://youtu.be/nbwc2DYofkI Sp/Eng https://youtu.be/TH3g1qe_kko Interview Isabella Springmühl Tejada
  12. 12. IMITATIN G MIRÓ AND PICASSO
  13. 13. ACTING • role play • silly voices • stories • grammar
  14. 14. PROSODY Doña Pito Piturra Tiene unos guantes, Doña Pito Piturra Muy elegantes . Doña Pito Piturra Tiene un sombrero, Doña Pito Piturra Con un plumero. story –based on Yummy Yucky - https://www.lightbulblanguages.co.uk/resources/ PrimarySpanish/yucky-yummy-v2.ppt
  15. 15. SINGING • community • all involved • low risk • catchy • ‘background’ • easy to use
  16. 16. https://youtu.be/tOj4hEk2CtU https://youtu.be/yW9zLWBkkqk from Lightbulb Languages Unit 10 https://youtu.be/C4fREj60Crk https://rockalingua.com/videos/parts-body https://youtu.be/iafPLu3fLlc https://youtu.be/nymD4tp_emw https://youtu.be/mlBZeNKCbSI https://youtu.be/OonqrUZCef4
  17. 17. Hello to all the children of the world. https://youtu.be/Hsbfw-h4euw Hands of the World project – How far we’ll go! https://youtu.be/FvNXGr6SFL0 Let’s Go Cultural! Hello song https://youtu.be/JSV1Ggcut6o
  18. 18. OUTDOOR LEARNING – READING/COMPREHENSION, RECALL, RELAY
  19. 19. OUTDOOR LEARNING – A ‘SAFARI’
  20. 20. STORIES – FROM A BOOK
  21. 21. STRANGE ANIMALS Animals disguise themselves as other animals http://lisibo.com/2019/04/strange-animals/
  22. 22. https://www.slideshare.net/lisib o/year-3-spanish-story-making https://www.slideshare.net/lisibo/ senor-cabeza-naranja-mod BOOK
  23. 23. STORIES – WHEN SEÑORA STEVENS GOES OFF ON A TANGENT! • washing • false friend mishaps • geography • travel stories • word origins • current affairs
  24. 24. BEING INQUISITIVE
  25. 25. CULTURAL CAPITAL / SOCIAL JUSTICE
  26. 26. PHONICS © Jenny Bell, Sue Cave and Jean Haig • sounds and actions • make words • letters and sounds • predict spelling • spell with actions Rachel Hawkes
  27. 27. POPULAR PHONICS IDEAS mirrors – look at your mouth missing letters find a word that… sort by sound (venn colours) pa pe pi po pu
  28. 28. SORTING - tangible things - by gender - by sound - by word class - by category
  29. 29. Spotting patterns from LightBulbLanguages Unit 16 cognates identifying gender discuss English/Spanish false friends reinforcing English vocabulary do children know words that are borrowed?
  30. 30. from LightBulbLanguages • patterns • relationships • links to history/geography • not limited to languages here
  31. 31. WRITING • writing in the air • using whiteboards • using cards • using support grids Secret sentence Fading sentence
  32. 32. WRITING Play with language Rewrite stories Apply grammatical knowledge Models to new versions Adding ‘bells and whistles’
  33. 33. OTHER EXAMPLES
  34. 34. Spanish - Spring 1 At the end of Mi pueblo we made comic strips using the verb IR, transport and places in town. We challenged ourselves to extend our writing using time phrases and previous learning.
  35. 35. • Secret sentence • Trapdoor • Last One Standing • En mi pueblo hay… • Mi ciudad
  36. 36. ACCESS FOR ALL
  37. 37. “SHOWING OFF” Twitter/website Padlet WriteAway Partner schools On the wall “Leaving a legacy”
  38. 38. CELEBRATI NG THE JOY OF LANGUAGE S
  39. 39. LANGUAGES There are so many languages; I can't count there's so much. There's Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, African and Dutch. There are so many languages In this world But very few of them have I been told. There's Spanish and French I'm sure, And Dutch, Maori and many more. There are so many languages, every one is unique. There are so many languages about which we can all speak.
  40. 40. CELEBRATING LANGUAGES • -European Day of Languages (September) • International Mother Language Day (February) • World Book Day • “We all smile in the same language” • Language Leaders • Book Award
  41. 41. DISCOVERING ARABIC
  42. 42. ON ALL OUR DOORS Year 2 are a very linguistically and culturally diverse year group!
  43. 43. LANGUAGE PORTRAITS LOST WOR(L)DS - https://www.multilingualism-in-schools.net/ https://www.multilingualism-in- schools.net/language-portraits/ “Essentially, a language portrait is a tried and tested way to encourage children to talk about their different languages, and how they form a part of their identity. The premise is simple – you choose one colour for each language you consider part of your identity, and colour in the outline of a person, in any way you want.” • ISA Padlet https://padlet.com/nocilla13/ISA • WBD Padlet https://padlet.com/MrsWoodDHT/zfwygb46bn62jf6u • Portfolio https://padlet.com/nocilla13/spport21
  44. 44. AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 BOOKS. https://padlet.com/MrsWoodDHT/zfwygb46bn62jf6u For World Book Day (March 3rd) the whole school decided to travel around the world in 80 (mostly story) books. Classes explored the geography, customs and people of the stories they read. They also explored the language of at least one of the countries in their books. Their learning was marked on this Padlet map.
  45. 45. CHILDREN ALSO BROUGHT IN BOOKS THAT MEANT SOMETHING TO THEM – IN THEIR LANGUAGE, FROM THEIR HERITAGE OR FROM A COUNTRY THEY VISITED.
  46. 46. We also wore the colours of flags of countries that are important or mean something to us.
  47. 47. WORLD BOOK DAY – A RECORDED MULTILINGU AL STORY https://www.loom.com/share/7e7ab8218157471f90778360d7a543 The Very Hungry Caterpillar in our five languages.
  48. 48. MAKING LINKS WITH OTHERS • Postcrossing • Erasmus+ project – Let’s Go Cultural!
  49. 49. LETTER WRITING Letter writing and card making was very much in evidence prior to Christmas! Years 2, 5 and 6 wrote letters and the whole school made cards for their friends in Austria, Greece, Spain and Turkey. Year 2 even made pom poms!
  50. 50. RESEARCH ABOUT CHRISTMAS Year 3 spent a wonderful morning in December finding out what was happening in our partner schools. It was lovely to use materials that had been shared with us – photos, videos and also food (to look at!) They were fascinated by all the traditions and customs, and were full of questions! Each child made a poster with their three favourite things. We listened to seasonal music from the countries as we worked. https://youtu.be/gsvJo0nlpF4
  51. 51. VIRTUAL LET’S GO CULTURAL! CONFERENCE Whitehouse Common hosted the Virtual Let’s Go Cultural! conference in January. Children loved meeting their peers via Teams, sharing songs and stories, finding out about culture and playing games!
  52. 52. PAN CON TOMATE Year 3 explored a typical Spanish recipe in their DT lessons. In preparation they listened to a story from Sra Stevens. They also found out about a Spanish chef, Carme Ruscaleda.
  53. 53. LUNCH AT 10 POMEGRANATE STREET In assembly, we read the story Lunch at 10 Pomegranate Street which is about a building in which everyone is cooking lunch, each with a recipe from their own heritage or culture. https://www.loom.com/share/ba 199c2f0c0d401f8b54a570a4bfc
  54. 54. THE GREAT WCPS RECIPE Inspired by the story, we are creating our own Whitehouse Common Primary School recipe book filled with our favourite recipes.
  55. 55. AND SOME OF THE CHILDREN MADE ME THEIR RECIPES TO TASTE!
  56. 56. LISA STEVENS Twitter @lisibo lisibo@me.com Website: www.lisibo.com

Editor's Notes

  • https://youtu.be/5VxIwyD06Jo
  • https://www.spanish-games.net/
  • See https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgM5QBCeWdkIqsPWPfx45QRaGB3FAVCCX for tutorials on some of these things
  • indicate start of lesson – join in with parts
    ou sound in Fr
    chocolate
    LBL song – good for questions – earworm!!
  • culture – world view
    EDoL
    Let’s Go Cultural.
  • joy – with a purpose
  • link https://www.lightbulblanguages.co.uk/resources/PrimarySpanish/days.pdf
  • https://twitter.com/whcps/status/1446082787786756096?s=20
    https://twitter.com/whcps/status/1446082787786756096?s=20
    https://twitter.com/whcps/status/1446100113462546442?s=20
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    Assemblies school website

    LANGUAGES

    There are so many languages; I can't count there's so much.

    There's Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, African and Dutch.

    There are so many languages

    In this world

    But very few of them have I been told.

    There's Spanish and French

    I'm sure,

    And Dutch, Maori and many more.

    There are so many languages, every one is unique.

    There are so many languages about which we can all speak.




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