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Talk for Writing

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Sam Springate

on 1 September 2014

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Transcript of Talk for Writing

core principles
big ideas behind it are
TEXTS THAT TEACH
Something worth talking about
Rich language
A clear structure
Learning environment
Imitate, innovate and invent
Magpie-ing
Actions
Storytelling
Drama
Language games
INNOVATE
PLANNING EXEMPLIFICATION
BABCOCK DEVON LEARNING PARTNERSHIP
Talk for Writing

INSET September 2014
From roots to FRUITS
All of the 'talk' that surrounds writing

a powerful approach based on the principles of how children learn

the externalisation of a process that writers go through

lets children into this process, making writers thoughts explicit
Book talk
Writer talk
Learning & remembering texts
Shared writing
Independent writing

CONSISTING OF...
AIMS
Introduce and revisit
the Talk for Writing approach
Exemplify
the teaching and learning sequence
Consider
the impact on classroom practice and learning environment
Develop understanding
of key Talk for Writing strategies

In teams:
Produce
a unit of work encompassing these principles

INvent
Capturing ideas
Shared Writing
INdependent
writing
POLISHING
COLD TASK
Books for loving and learning: placing quality texts at the heart of the English Curriculum
BLUEPRINTS
‘All texts are woven from the tissues of other texts, whether their authors know it or not.’
David Lodge, The Art of Fiction
Underlying patterns many of which have
‘formed the basis for countless other stories in the literature of mankind, at many different times and all over the world.’
Christopher Booker
Archetypes – patterns which are copied or emulated and are often symbols recognised by all

BLUEPRINTS
Overcoming the monster
Rags to riches
Voyage and Return
Quest
Comedy
Tragedy
Rebirth
‘In order for to write in any text type, the writer has to be very familiar with it….a powerful way to internalise language patterns comes through ‘hearing it’ and ‘saying it’ – talking the text type.’
Pie Corbett

TOWARDS INDEPENDENCE
WASHING LINE
MODELLED EXAMPLES FROM SHARED WRITING
ACTION PHOTOGRAPHS
BOXING UP
MAGPIE-ING
STORY MOUNTAIN
Familiarisation
Elicitation task - children write independently using the text type of the unit. This is quadrant marked and the areas and targets from this assessment are used to focus the following teaching sequence.
HOT TASK
ImitatE
The ability to retell so that the child has a bank of tales by heart…they have become part of the long term working memory, embedded into their linguistic competence

Familiarisation
Immersion
The ability to adapt a well-known story in order to create a new story
The ability to draw upon the full range of stories, and one’s life, to create something new.
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