Lois and Herb Walker's
Scripts For Schema
a Very Special
The Town With
By Lais Walker
A Choral Speaking/Reading
Script for Primary Readers
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To Nancy ( who loves cats)
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It takes two:
Pairing fiction and nonfiction TeaChlng Wlth
books on the same topic, along -
with interactive class strategies, T‘Vln TeXtS 0f
Childrens Literature in ESL Classroom (ENG2254)
Seminar 9: Text Analysis (23 or 28 Mar)
Outcomes of the session:
By the end of this session, you will
- receive feedback of your groups analysis of the chosen fantasy story
- review your understanding of and
Mo'dtile: Connecting with the natural world
Materials: General English Programme: New Welcome to English (2"d Ed) Book 1A Ch 7 & 8
' use the Interactive
show) to arou5e
pupils‘ interest about
use ﬂash cards of
Linking Literature and
Language Use through
. Thematic Units
University of Wyoming
n the book—ﬁlled classroom, the focused inquiry and provocative
activities of thematic units let children u
teaching can help learners:
. develop an awareness of the connections betWeen English Language and General Studieg;
gh engaging in activities in context
well as construct and apply kno '
' ' d attitudes in
Find the story of Sleeping Beauty
in a book. In the story the
princess and everyone else in the
castle fall asleep for 100 years. J
What do you think will have _ -
changed when they wake up? ' .- .-
" _ ,.’: ' .-"I .-
Can you find out about life 20 or
Curriculum Guide (2004)
Dividing the school-based English
General English Programme (60%)
Reading Workshops (40%)
Approaches of Incorporating Childrens
Literature in the ELT Curricul
Four good reasons to use
literature in primary school ELT
Irma K. Ghosn
The teaching of English as a foreign language in primary schools is gaining
popularity throughout the world. Many countries are also using English in the
upper grades as the vehicular
72 Erica Laine
Meeks, M. 1985. Play and paradoxes: some considerations of imagination and language.
In Language Learning: An Interactional Perspective, ed. Wells, G. and J. Nicholls.
The Palmer Press.
The Use of ChiEdren’s Literature
Using stories in the
Authentic Texts written for
English speaking children
Using written and spoken
language used every day in
a language community,
not specifically simplified
to make the lang
ENG2254E: Childrens Literature
Childrens films/ animation
By the end of the session, you will
Analyse and appreciate the appeal of childrens films
Share ideas on how childrens films can be used in the ESL classroom
Preparation for Seminar 8
History, sub-genres and pedagogy
“We’re Going On A BearHunt”
We’re going on a bear hunt.
We’re going to catch a big one.
What a beautiful day!
We’re not scared.
Long wavy grass.
We can’t go over it.
We can’t go under it.
We’ve got to go through it!
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