Timeplan 2020 Høst - lærer Kristin Isaksen - Universitetslektor
Read ch.1: The historical development of English as a school subject in Fenner and Skulstad (2020)
Look at lærerplanen i engelsk at Udir (see link in the module in Canvas), and read the "om faget" section, and the competence aims after 7th and 10th grade.
Reading teachers, and poetry
Read Gamble part I, ch.2: Reading teachers, and do activity 2.2 p.17. "Personal reading history". Make notes about your personal reading history.
Donaldson: Poetry to perform. Choose a poem from Poems to Perform that you like, and practice reading it aloud.
Read: Hasselgren and Ørevik, (2020): Assessment and testing and Burner (2018): Formative assessment in English. Make sure you understand and can explain the terms: formative assessment, summative assessment, self-assessment, peer-assessment and formative feedback.
Also read the "competence aims and assessment" section after years 7 and 10 in the English subject curriculum (LK20): https://www.udir.no/lk20/eng01-04
Literature and culture
Read The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (Alexie)
Read Gamble ch.5
Remember to bring a copy of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian to class. Please come prepared. I will take for granted that you have read the novel before class
post-reading questions before class:
- What, to you, are the three most important themes and ideas in this story/novel? Narrow your list down to one theme or idea, and write a couple of paragraphs discussing the theme
- Characterization: How would you describe Arnold's character?
- Setting: Describe the two contrasting settings in the novel: The Spokane Indian Reservation and Reardan.
- Listen to the interview in "The Absolutely True Diary module", where Sherman Alexie talks about his book.
Texts and cultural diversity
Mian: Planet Omar
Dypedahl and Lund: ch.1
- Read Diaz: Islandborn and Mian: Planet Omar-Accidental Trouble Magnet
- watch the read aloud of Islandborn if you don't have the book.
- Read Dypedahl and Lund ch.1 Intercultural learning and...
- Bring an artefact to class on Tuesday that represents your identity/ heritage/culture and be prepared to share in groups
Literature and culture
Alexie; The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (Bring a copy to class)
Fenner and Skulstad ch.3 Intercultural competence
Do some research on Native Americans, choose at least two questions:
- How many tribes are there? Can you name a few?
- Find some info about the Spokane Tribe, and their current situation
- What is a reservation?
- What is cultural appropriation, and how is this term relevant in relation to Native American culture?
Classic and fractured fairy Tales
See info about preparations in the fairy tale module on Canvas:
Read Birketveit: ch 4 (Fairy Tales)
Read Opie's classic fairy tales: Little Red Riding Hood and Cinderella
Read Dahl's: Little Red Riding Hood and Cinderella in Revolting Rhymes
Watch the flipped classroom video lecture about fractured fairy tales
English and Drama
Read Opie and Dahl versions of Jack and the Beanstalk
Recommended reading after class(not mandatory): ch.5 'Creative approaches to drama in the English classroom' in Literature for the English Classroom (will be made available in Canvas Wednesday 23 Sept)
LK20 and Revolting rhymes film
Twinkle Twinkle: ch.1 English and the national curriculum
Fremmedspråksenteret: Spørsmål og svar om nye læreplaner i engelsk og fremmedspråk i LK20: https://www.hiof.no/fss/om/publikasjoner/communicare/2019/2019-20-communicare-nett.pdf
Læreplan i engelsk: https://www.udir.no/lk20/eng01-04
Texts and cultural diversity
Excerpt from Sherman Alexie's: The Absolutely True Diary: How to fight monsters (pdf in Canvas module)
Dypedahl and Lund (2020) ch.4 and 6 (You need to make copies yourself, we have exceeded the copy limit)
Reading about current issues
Digital session: see zoom link sent to your emails or join here: https://uit.zoom.us/j/67612207889?pwd=ajN5eTZCUWVvaEZIQWl0a3c5MVhYUT09
Please respect the following net etiquette rules:
- Turn on your camera; we can communicate much better when we see each other
- Mute your microphone; put your virtual hand up or signal in some other way if you want to speak
- When in breakout rooms; active participation in group discussions
Preparation: Find a text about a current issue that you think is relevant to discuss with students in years 5-10, e.g: Corona virus, Black Lives Matter, Indian mascots etc.
Choice of text: consider suitability and relevance of topic, language level and pupils' interests, reliability of source
Note! this will be a digital session! Realism in children's literature: Kvame's The Crossover
This will be an asynchronous digital learning session (e.g not in real-time). See instructions in the Crossover module in Canvas
Kwame: The Crossover
Preparations: Read The Crossover
Read Munden & Sandhaug ch.4: Planning (find chapter in Canvas in "planning" module)
Make sure you understand and can explain the following:
- Learning objective
-The five components of a lesson plan
Bring The Crossover