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Presentation at the National CILT Transition Conference in London on 2nd February 2011
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  • 1. Effective Networking for Transition:Meet, Create and Share Isabelle Jones, The Radclyffe School, Oldham [email_address] http://isabellejones.blogspot.com

2. Aims:

  • Get practical ideas to deepen your local networks
  • Develop practical strategies to ease KS2/KS3 transition
  • Find out more about classroom activities inspired by the renewed KS3 MFL framework

3. Where areyou?

  • Consider the demographics/ geography of your Local Authority
  • Contact names?
  • Working together?
  • Opportunities for quality time?/ funding
  • Mutual understanding?
  • Myths and reality

4. Making Contact

  • Face-to-Face: meeting schedule
  • Bulletin by post or email
  • Email distribution list
  • Phone
  • How often

5. Aims of Oldham SLN Meetings

  • Develop mutual understanding
  • Bring and Brag Model
  • Topic-based: e.g. Cultural Understanding
  • Share ideas for activities/ resources
  • Using Human resources like FLAs
  • Mini-projects
  • Meetings as only one way to report back

6. Get connected... 7. Online Groups

  • NING groups :
  • Open or closed groups created on Ning, a fee-paying platform. Ning provides a lot of ways for members to connect with each other as well as the possibility to set up individual profiles and to upload files and multimedia resources.
  • Primary mflhttp://primarymfl.ning.com/
  • Hors les murshttp://horslesmurs.ning.com/

8. Online Groups Grou.ps : Free alternative to NING Oldham SLNhttp://grou.ps/oldhamlanguages/ Yahoo Groups MFL Resources yahoo grouphttp:// groups.yahoo.com/group/mflresources/ 9. Online Groups 10. Social Bookmarking: Diigo

  • Diigo:Social bookmarkinghttp://www.diigo.com
  • Enables you to saveyour favourites on the Diigo site and makes the links available from any computer (or smartphone)
  • Diigo toolbar
  • The links are called bookmarks. They can be automaticallyorganisedby keywords or tags.
  • The links can be public or private as well as shared with groups and specific individuals.
  • http://groups.diigo.com/group/o_ldham-languages-sln

11. Social Bookmarking: Diigo 12. Social Bookmarking: Diigo 13. Micro-Blogging: Twitter

  • Short messages (140 characters)
  • Great to exchange ideas and resources
  • Ask questions/ give support
  • Can be used effectively on a smartphone
  • Supports other networking and broadens it
  • Very dynamic MFL community
  • Important to fill in bio and mention MFL
  • http://twitter.com/icpjones

14. Micro-Blogging: Twitter 15. Micro-Blogging: Twitter 16. KS2/KS3 transition: Practical strategies developed within Oldham SLN

  • Secondary school meetings (2 full days and 3 twilights) with PMFL consultant
  • Online group open to Primary and Secondary teachers
  • Diigo bookmarking group
  • Lobby Headteachers for more outreach work for secondaries
  • Sharing of FLAs/ Comenius assistants

17. KS2/KS3 transition: Practical strategies developed within Oldham SLN

  • Questionnaires for primary schools and students when they come to us
  • Shifting emphasis on developing language skills and cultural understanding in secondary SoWs
  • Joint twilight session with practical examples of KS3 framework activities
  • Using skills-based SoWs and resources like those developed by ilanguages
  • http://www.ilanguages.co.uk/

18. Sharing Ideas from the Renewed KS3 MFL Framework

  • See where the overlaps are with KS2
  • Understanding the introduction and consolidation phases
  • Developing pupils understanding of key concepts

19. Oracy Literacy Intercultural Understanding Knowledge about Language Language Learning Strategies Listening & Speaking Reading & Writing Intercultural Understanding Knowledge about Language Language Learning Strategies KS2 Framework KS3 revised Framework Thanks toK Scappaticci 20. Sharing Ideas from the Renewed KS3 MFL Framework

  • Exemplification is available-downloadable pdf
  • Not language-specific...
  • http://nationalstrategies.standards.dcsf.gov.uk/node/189433?uc=force_uj

21. Renewed KS3 Framework for Languages:Key strategies for Listening and Speaking

  • *Teaching sound-written patterns (phonics)
  • *Systematically practising language-enhancing structures
  • *Providing opportunities for planned & unplanned talk
  • *Focusing on key structures and verbs in different tenses
  • *Catering for a wide range of preferred learning styles
  • *Using technology to motivate & record interactions or
  • Individual speaking work

22. Renewed KS3 Framework for Languages:

  • Rachel Hawkes, AST Comberton Village College (Cambridgeshire)
  • http://rachelhawkes.typepad.com/linguacom
  • Curriculum NOW!, published by ALL
  • Phonics examples in Spanish and French

23. a r a a e l e fant e i dea o lvidar u niverso ce rdo ci clista ca sa co che cu caracha gi mn as ia h amburguesa Espa a z umo gu itarra ll ave 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 24. le p oi sson le v in le j eu -vido le m i d i les d en ts le p on t la p ou le la l u ne les cise au x oi in eu au en on i ou u 25. Renewed KS3 Framework for Languages:Le Rap: Activity Jai un chat, Hannibal. Tu as un animal? Elle a un chien. Nous avons un lapin. Vous avez des lions? Elles ont deux serpents longs Et des poissons. 26. Renewed KS3 Framework for Languages: UsePuppetsfor TALK Provide simple structures: Pick and Mix Improve outcome: NUDEPIGS 27. Renewed KS3 Framework for Languages:Toy Telephones 28. Renewed KS3 Framework for Languages: Motivate and Record Talk http://www.easi-speak.org.uk/ http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ http://www.voki.com Ppt recording function 29. Renewed KS3 Framework for Languages: Key Strategies for Reading and WritingUnderstanding & Responding to the Written word

  • 20 s presentation
  • in English about what
  • the main articles in the
  • magazine are about.
  • *in pairs
  • *dictionary/ no dictionary
  • *open-ended/ check list
  • provided
  • Who is magazine for?
  • What is likely to be discussed in that kind of magazines?
  • 3. What key words can you see?

http://www.bayard-jeunesse.com/international/liste.jsp?langue=toutes 30. Renewed KS3 Framework for Languages: Key Strategies for Reading and WritingReading/ Writing Stories & Story-Telling http://mfl-storybirds.wikispaces.com/French+Storybirds http://www.screenpresso.com/ 31. Renewed KS3 Framework for Languages: Key Strategies for Reading and WritingAdapting and Building TextRouge comme ... une pomme Bleu comme... le ciel Jaune comme ... le soleil Vert comme... les arbres Now change the words for nouns describing how you feel when you look at these colours 32. Renewed KS3 Framework for Languages: Intercultural UnderstandingIdentifying features 33. Renewed KS3 Framework for Languages: Intercultural UnderstandingFinding Resources http://www.flickr.com/ http://www.flickr.com/groups/imagestoteachlanguages/ http://www.youtube.com / http://www.kickyoutube.com http://www.google.fr http://www.google.es 34. KS2/ KS3 Framework Take their Language Skills OUT of the classroom Bring the Language & Culture INTO the classroom FLAs, In-house visits, TV, Radio through the Internet Music, food, fashion, design.New Technologies Celebrations Traditions and History Current Affairs E-Mails, Letters, Video-conferencing, closed NING (online groups), Exchanges, Trips abroad, Visits, KS2/KS3 Links... 35. Aims:

  • Get practical ideas to deepen your local networks
  • Develop practical strategies to ease KS2/KS3 transition
  • Find out more about classroom activities inspired by the renewed KS3 MFL framework

36. Effective Networking for Transition:Meet, Create and Share Isabelle Jones, The Radclyffe School, Oldham [email_address] http://isabellejones.blogspot.com

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