It's all about Code. A Webinar with Nadine Chadier.
Thursday, 8 October 2015 from 20:00 to 21:00 (BST)
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Nadine Chadier is well known as a fun, imaginative languages' teacher and a superb speaker at conferences, and we were delighted when she offered to join us on the ALL London committee. We loved her session at Language World entitled 'Its all about the code', and we asked if she could repeat it so that more could benefit from the great ideas she shared . Here is her description of the session:
It's all about the Code.
To celebrate National Poetry Day, Thursday 8t October 2015, Nadine will show teachers (KS2 and KS3) some of the codes she uses to provide pupils with unforgettable memory hooks whilst discovering a poem by Maurice Carême illustrated by Nathalie Bonneau on her wonderful jeannedelalune.co.uk website! Through colour coding, linking structures to tunes or gestures, the language is brought to life and turned into an affective and effective language and cultural experience, including the exploration of phonics and grammatical structures. Language of example: French. The methodology can be adapted to any other poem and language. This is a repeat of the live session done at the Language World ALL 2015 conference in Newcastle to give a wider audience a chance to experience it.
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