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Transcript of Sneglemodellen
- by Beverly Derewianka
How does it look?
How does it work?
A circular, didactic model planning the field, tenor and mode throughout the course.
Using non fictional literature.
Moving from language accompanied by action to reflective language.
Language accompanied by action/spoken <--> Reflective Language/written
A: Look!! A baboon has a red bottom.
B: haha, look it has a red bottom. The red color shows if the
A: That`s weird. baboon is ready to mate or not.
B: look at the little one!
Why use it?
Using the model makes us able to scaffold the learning process.
Field: Learning about genres in a way that gives the learners texts a purpose - motivating.
Tenor: Puts learners in different roles that they can relate to - making them writers.
Mode: Making the learners aware of the difference between spoken and written language.
- in the Zoo
- Writing a letter to mom and dad
- exploring the subject at Skoletjenesten
- learning about the genre
- making their own text
Field: Theme, subject
Tenor: The different roles of the teacher and the learners. Planning the relationship between teacher and learner.
Mode: Channel of communication. Planning in what way we are communicating.
Practical use in English
- your thoughts..?
1. What disadvantages do you see by using this model in the subject English?
2. What advantages do you see by using this model in the subject English?
3. Would you consider using it in your teaching?