Primary Subject Resources Literacy Module 3 Promoting Communication in an Additional Language

Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa (TESSA) and The Open University (2016) Primary Subject Resources Literacy Module 3 Promoting Communication in an Additional Language. [Teaching/Learning Resource]

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How much natural exposure – through radio, books, magazines, speakers and TV – do your pupils have to an additional language to that used at home? The answer might be, ‘Very little. They only hear and use it in their daily class at school.’ This means that you are responsible for providing the kind of exposure to the language that will help pupils:
use and become fluent in new vocabulary and grammatical structures;
Communicate using oral language in social situations;
Develop their reading and writing skills.
All of this requires a great deal of thought, planning and skill. This section will provide some approaches and techniques to help you.

Item Type: Teaching/Learning Resource
Learning outcomes: Used classroom management to help pupils learn an additional language; Used games and everyday activities to develop pupils’ language skills and vocabulary.
Search terms: classroom management, Games, Recipes, Instructions, Processes
Subjects: Languages and Literature
Level: Subject Resources > Lower primary/Primary/Foundation Phase (e.g. Years 1-3)
Program: Promoting Communication in an Additional Language
Access: Open
Depositing User: COL Staff
Date Deposited: 22 Feb 2021 17:00
Last Modified: 28 Feb 2021 02:10

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