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The project is aimed at easing the transition between primary and secondary languages. By using picture stories we are encouraging pupils to produce creative and independent spoken work. The pupils have received input on how to use dictionaries, verb tables and phrase toolkits successfully in their language learning which has then been applied to the picture stories.
‘Links across the pyramid’ is an account of the activities undertaken to examine transition across a 3 tier pyramid. The project team tried to improve communication between teachers and undertook a series of joint activities to promote and celebrate language learning in their schools.
How to use stories from other cultures to develop the Intercultural Understanding Strand of the Key Stage 2 Framework for Languages. Using the language skills and strategies of secondary students to develop similar skills and strategies in primary school children.
‘On the Snail Trail’ aims to capture language learning in Key Stage 2 and put it into a meaningful context. CLIL methodology is explored for French, Spanish, German and Italian, through mathematics based on a story book and exploring the evolution of snails in science.
The International Learning and Research Centre’s Key Stage 3 Innovation Group engaged with the Story Making project prioritising the development of pupils’ skills, confidence and independence in speaking, including opportunities to use language creatively in a range of contexts. Stories, created collaboratively, provided the context for the language learning.
This project set out to create a Drama Toolkit for Language Teaching by creating a series of drama activities designed to enthuse, encourage, excite and challenge pupils in the context of traditional French stories from the Caribbean (primary) and the life and work of Marie Curie (secondary).
Year 7/8 pupils produced French and Spanish e-Books using the Storybird website. These e-Books were then shared with year 5/6 pupils in feeder primary schools, who used them as a lesson resource. Year 6 pupils then wrote their own e-Books in French and Spanish. The project culminated in a showcase event where year 5/6 and 7/8 pupils got together to read their books to each other, giving feedback in the target language.
This project foregrounds two aspects of learner talk in the target language: planned talk and spontaneous talk, and through the development of new task types engaging with a variety of different contexts and stimuli we aim to improve learners’ confidence and ability in, and creativity with, spoken language.