November 25, 2018 – ¡Vámonos! The musings of Lisibo
 

Day: November 25, 2018

I promised I’d post all my #sketchnotefever sketchnotes in my previous post.

So, with thanks to Adobe Spark Video, here is Lisibo gets #sketchnotefever – the movie!

Thanks once more to Sylvia Duckworth for the inspiration and impetus to get practising and challenging myself! I’ve started trying out some new things in recent sketchnotes and think they look great. Working on how to convert some of the images that are easy to draw large into miniature now though as a image rarely takes up much space in one of my sketchnotes as I had in the above attempts; one of the disadvantages of doing my sketchnotes with pen and paper rather than on a tablet device is the inability to zoom in or out!

 

A couple of months ago, Clodagh from ALL contacted me and said that Teach Primary were looking for someone to write a primary languages lesson plan for their magazine, and would I be interested? I said yes and last week, the new edition came out, complete with my lesson on p76-77.

It’s a lesson that I used on World Book Day 2016 when my school went with a Roald Dahl theme.  Whilst I teach Spanish, and the resources are therefore in Spanish, it’s an idea that could easily be done in French, German, or any other of the 58  languages into which Dahl’s work has been translated!

You can access the lesson and resources here on TeachWire .

And if you’ve come to my website via Teach Primary, welcome! There are lots of other ideas for lessons here, including more for World Book Day here.

And if you’ve never seen Teach Primary, have a look at the lesson plan for KS2 French on directions from last issue, by Amanda Barton or this lesson by Liz Black that links French and juggling!

Hopefully there’ll be another of my lessons published in the near future…

PS Thanks to Clare for sending me her copy so I have one for posterity!

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