Creating Connections with Voice 21: the launch of Oracy October

Session 1: October 1st

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Creating connections with peers: oracy, wellbeing and behaviour

Session 2: October 5th

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Creating connections in the classroom: oracy, quiet students and valuing every voice

Session 3: October 7th

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Creating connections at home: promoting early oracy and talk beyond the school gates

Session 4: October 12th

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Creating connections between oracy practitioners

Session 5: October 14th

This session involved a series of breakout room discussions which could not be recorded. You can watch the recording which contains the discussion summaries here and view the slides also.

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Creating connections in the classroom: oracy and students learning English as an additional language (EAL)

Session 6: October 19th

Click here to view the full slide deck. You can also download the ‘Let’s talk’ sentence stems shared by Dr Naomi Flynn here who was representing the The National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum (NALDIC). They are the national subject association for EAL and a support network for all practitioners interested in knowing more about EAL teaching and learning.

In the session we shared a book recommendation for examples of speaking frames by Sue Palmer called ‘Speaking Frames: How to Teach Talk for Writing.’

Creating connections between communities: oracy, citizenship and social action

Session 7: October 21st

There were no slides for this session. You can watch the full recording of the webinar above to find out more.

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