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2 … a ticket to travel

3 What are Penguin kids? SIX Levels PrimaryDisney-Pixar-Penguin Graded Readers

4 Who are they for? 5 – 12 year olds Develop a love of reading Gradual move to independent reading Any primary classroom

5 Penguin Kids Easy Quiz!

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7 Atlantis

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9 Snow White

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11 WALL-E

12 Dumbo

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14 A Bug ’ s Life

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16 Toy Story 1

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18 The Little Mermaid

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20 The Jungle Book

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22 WALL-E

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24 UP

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26 Mulan

27 How do children learn to read? In the mother tongue… They read pictures They recognise the word shapes They associate words with images They associate words with meanings They ‘read’ words in chunks of sound They use strategies to decode new words

28 And in a second language… It’s very similar … except sometimes: There’s a different script The words work differently There are differences between sound and spelling

29 How can Penguin Kids help?

30 Penguin Kids Stage the introduction of vocabulary and grammar to match the language and cognitive development level of the student

31 Penguin Kids Mimic the ways children learn to read: From reading pictures To recognising word shapes; To associating words with images; To associating words with meanings; To ‘reading’ words in chunks of sound; To using strategies to decode new words.

32 How are Penguin Kids graded? The six levels are graded by: Structure (grammar) Vocabulary Sentence length Sentence complexity Number of words on page Number of pages in a book Complexity of activities

33 Language Scale Level 1 - 5/10 words/page Level /20 words/page Level /40 words/page Level /60 words/page Level /80 words/page Level /100 words/page

34 Linguistic Scale HoursHeadwordsCYLETCEFR Level 1up to 50 hours of English200 Level 2up to 100 hours of English 400 Level 3up to 150 hours of English 600Starters Level 4up to 200 hours of English 800A1 Level 5up to 250 hours of English 1000Movers Level 6up to 300 hours of English 1200A1 ++

35 Penguin Kids are also graded by Age Cognitive level Topic

36 Using stories in class ContextTPR Pre-reading, while-reading and after-reading activities RepeatabilityUnderstandingFun

37 Pre-Reading Activities Why and How? Activate knowledge Pre-teach vocabulary Introduce theme Prepare for reading: Make it magic and fun! Let’s take a look at one of my favourites…

38 Know him?

39 Before we start reading Find out if students know this story Elicit where the story takes place? Where does the Darling family live? Check what students know about London. You can speak about families using the Darling family as an example. Children can use their family photos to present them. Pre-teach the needed vocabulary. Use pictures from the book as much as possible.

40 While-Reading Activities Why and How? Check understanding ○ Q and A Scaffold learning ○ Predicting Step away from the text ○ Cover and retell

41 While-reading activities from the factsheets

42 After Reading Activites Why and How? Make a book Make a mask Paint a scene Write a review/story outline Write/sing a song Make a puppet Act it out Story extension…

43 After-reading activities

44 After-reading activities. London poster Materials: pictures or video clips of famous London sights; large sheets of paper; smaller sheets of paper; colored pens / pencils / paints; safety scissors; glue Ask students which city Peter and Tinker Bell visit in the book. Explain to students that they are going to make a poster about some of the famous sights in London. Ask the students which famous sight is in the book. Show the students some pictures or clips of the famous sights in London. Students then draw or paint pictures of some of the sights, then cut them out and stick them onto the larger sheet of paper to make a poster, then label pictures.

45 Where to get extra resources for teachers?

46 Where to get extra resources for teachers?

47 Why Read? Discover books Turn pages Discover letters and words Learn to read Moral values Because it’s FUN! Because it’s FUN! Because it’s a ticket to travel! Because it’s a ticket to travel!

48 Act-it-out Prepare your students to act Select a short scene or scenes Students prepare Students act-it-out Students guess and retell/rebuild the story

49 Конкурс для маленьких читателей «Читаем истории Disney вместе с Penguin KIDS» Положение о конкурсе Задание

50 Thank you!


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