I have made a few stories but they are not public at the moment. You have to wait for them to be moderated. It is great fun to play with the lovely artwork. And challenging making stories to go with the pictures available!
Try and see my examples under the following links…
Here are some of the resources I've gathered together
for another book as part of our project to support National Children's
Book Week in October, this time based around La gallina hambrienta by Richard Waring, which I came across through the Catherine Cheater recommended bookpack for Year 3 Spanish.…
As a huge Tony Ross fan, I was delighted when I first came across this translation from his 'Little Princess' series as part of the recommended books that accompany the Catherine Cheater schemes of work. So it was a natural choice as one of the titles we are using to create packs in support of National Children's Book Week and I am… Continue
Here are some of the resources I've gathered together for another book as part of our project to support National Children's Book Week in October, this time based around the book 'Je m'habille et je te croque' by Bénédicte Guettier.
I just wanted to share an excellent site, http://www.bookbox.com that I have just come across. You can download the these stories for a very small charge and they are available in different languages. The text is highlighted in a similar fashion to a Karaoke subtitle, excellent for linking text to sound. Very soon you will be able to get pupils to hear the narration and then record their own soundtrack too. A real gem of a find. An example of a video from… Continue
I'm intending to begin a series of blog posts later this week on the subject of storytelling in primary MFL. In the meantime I hope you enjoy these photographs of our school display, which exhibits work from both Y4 & Y5 pupils produced during a unit of study based on Eric Carle's much loved text 'La chenille qui fait des trous'.
The little mini-books you can see on the cupboards illustrate the sequence in which the caterpillar eats the different items of food throghout the… Continue
Whether you do Halloween just for the fun of it or ‘spook up’ your current MFL topic, most of this should translate easily into German, Italian etc. but for Spanish I’d go for a Día de los Muertes theme at the start of November.…