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Using 'Literature' to support primary language teaching and learning

Presentation by Lisa Stevens at The Language Show Live 2021.
This session will consider why ‘literature’ – stories, poems and rhymes – is a great way to support language learning. Whether as a way into a topic, to support phonics or prosody, as a sample text to be adapted or as a way to support inclusion and challenge insularity, allowing learners to see themselves in their learning, literature is a powerful tool in our toolbox.

Presentation by Lisa Stevens at The Language Show Live 2021.
This session will consider why ‘literature’ – stories, poems and rhymes – is a great way to support language learning. Whether as a way into a topic, to support phonics or prosody, as a sample text to be adapted or as a way to support inclusion and challenge insularity, allowing learners to see themselves in their learning, literature is a powerful tool in our toolbox.

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Using 'Literature' to support primary language teaching and learning

  1. 1. Using ‘literature’ to support primary language teaching. lisibo.com @lisibo Language Show 2021 14th November Lisa Stevens
  2. 2. DEFINITION https://www.merriam- webster.com/dictionary/literature
  3. 3. PRINTED MATTER
  4. 4. SONG • community • all involved • low risk • catchy • ‘background’ • easy to use
  5. 5. SONG https://youtu.be/PYfaNzQgFrk https://youtu.be/tOj4hEk2CtU https://youtu.b e/yW9zLWBkk qk from Lightbulb Languag es Unit 10
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. CHANTING https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= -ug8xNFPZAc&t=5s Linking music and languages https://changing- phase.blogspot.com/2021/08/music-and- languages.html
  8. 8. RHYMES • rhythm • rhyme • short • catchy • sometimes linked to a game • call and response
  9. 9. Phonics Marie-Odile Guillou Rachel Hawkes Sue Cave Noémie Neighbou r - Italian Leigh McClelland - German
  10. 10. Slide from LightBulbLanguages
  11. 11. • rhythm • rhyme • figurative language • structure • introduce to writers in the language of study This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
  12. 12. NATIONAL POETRY DAY https://twitter.com/whcps/status/1446082787786756096?s=20 https://twitter.com/whcps/status/1446082787786756096?s=20 https://twitter.com/whcps/status/1446100113462546442?s=20
  13. 13. POETRY http://lisibo.com/2021/02/un-paisaje-para-que-los-pintes-gloria- fuertes/ http://lisibo.com/2021/02/en-un-pais-magico-gloria-fuertes/
  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. http://lisibo.com/2011/07/dona-pito- piturra/ story –based on Yummy Yucky - https://www.lightbulblanguages.co.uk/resour ces/PrimarySpanish/yucky-yummy-v2.ppt
  15. 15. STORIES • familiar • comforting • non threatening • repetitive • adaptable • stimulus This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA-NC
  16. 16. This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC
  17. 17. Numbers
  18. 18. ANIMALS Link to La Selva EL CARNVAL DE LOS ANIMALES d shared by Angela Smith Ce n’est pas une giraffe. Ce n’est pas un poisson C’est une giraffon! Is it un or une? How do we decide? A favourite with Y2
  19. 19. STRANGE ANIMALS Animals disguise themselves as other animals http://lisibo.com/2019/04/strange-animals/
  20. 20. SHAPES KS1/LKS2 Thanks to CharlotteB-f for sharing https://youtu.be/X_b4O6Ko_3g from
  21. 21. SHAPES UKS2 http://lisibo.com /2017/05/veo- veo-a-rubio-y-o- villan/ http://lisibo.com /2020/01/using- a-game-for- learning- prepositions- teachprimary- issue-14-1/ https://www.slideshare.net/lisibo/year -3-spanish-story-making https://www.slideshare.n et/lisibo/senor-cabeza- naranja-mod
  22. 22. USING A BOOK http://lisibo.com/2021/09/hip opotama-feliz-pato-enojado/ question form estar + adjective emotions masc/fem muy (bastante) -ito/a Two presentations (books available in other languages!) http://lisibo.com/2020/11/tak e-one-book-phorum- presentation/ http://lisibo.com/2021/03/tak e-one-book-v2-lw2021/
  23. 23. VERBS - ESTAR
  24. 24. WRITING IN RESPONSE Play with language Rewrite stories Apply grammatical knowledge Models to new versions Adding ‘bells and whistles’
  25. 25. OTHER EXAMPLES
  26. 26. VERBS - PODER
  27. 27. VERBS - ar verbs (and some others) 3rd person singular and plural
  28. 28. SER + COLORES
  29. 29. GPS
  30. 30. PSHE
  31. 31. CELEBRATING THE JOY OF LANGUAGES
  32. 32. CHAPTER BOOKS http://lisibo.com/2016/03/la-maravillosa medicina-de-jorge-wbd2016/ http://lisibo.com/2018/11/teachprimary- ks2-mfl-lesson-plan-by-me/
  33. 33. PICTURE BOOKS
  34. 34. LANGUAGE GREATS
  35. 35. http://lisibo.com/2010/04/wallwisher/ Antonio Machado – La Primavera
  36. 36. NON FICTION TEXTS https://animalandia.educa.madrid.org/
  37. 37. MAKE YOUR OWN!
  38. 38. • Outdoor learning • Recycling previous vocabulary in new contexts • Providing a core of vocabulary plus choices • An opportunity to be original http://lisibo.com/2014/06/seasonal- poems/ LOS COLORES DE LAS ESTACIONES
  39. 39. HELPFUL REFERENCES ALL Literature Wiki Pinterest links to research on Storytelling and stories in language learning Pinterest board of online stories Blogposts on books on ¡Vámonos! - lots of posts! article on storytelling in Teach Primary GoogleDocs of my library! covers Spanish, French, German, other languages, ICU books, reference and non fiction
  40. 40. Lisa Stevens Twitter @lisibo lisibo@me.com Website: www.lisibo.com Pinterest - www.pinterest.co.uk/lisibo/

Editor's Notes

  • mentions great literature – but also cultures, curiosity, world understanding and asks that P can communicate, understand and respond
  • started highlighting but really poitnless as all highlighted!
  • culture – world view
  • https://youtu.be/VDND1vGQ9Ew
  • Phonics
  • debate - masc or fem??
  • A whole using song, rhyme, scripts, story
  • They are simple, yes. But they demonstrate to varying extents that they can
    write at varying length, for different purposes and audiences, using the variety of grammatical structure that they have learnt
    broaden their vocabulary and develop their ability to understand new words that are introduced into familiar written material, including through using a dictionary
    write phrases from memory, and adapt these to create new sentences, to express ideas clearly
    describe people, places, things and actions … and in writing       (Languages Programmes of Study: Key Stage 2)

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