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Using song and dance to teach language

The children in this video show how much fun it is to use song and dance to learn a language. Drama and movement provide the ideal way to teach a foreign language. By actively involving the body, learning comes more naturally and it is easier to retain what has been learned.

This routine is taken from Jouez, Dansez et Apprenez le Français by Lynn Dryden.

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Author of the Month

Mark Stoddart

These are the insights Mark has shared with us:

  • Mark was once asked to make a life-sized bronze sculpture of a Model T Ford. It is on display in Cameron Square in Fort William and you can even climb in and pretend to drive it! The sculpture was commissioned to commemorate an amazing publicity stunt that took place in 1911. Henry Alexander, Scotland’s first dealer of the American car company Ford wanted to assure customers the Ford brand was of higher superiority to hand-crafted British cars. He ordered his son, Henry Alexander Jr, to drive a Model T from the foot of Ben Nevis to the peak.
  • In 2004 Mark was invited to help the South African government and Nelson Mandela raise money by attending a special auction for the HIV Paediatric Foundation. Mark donated a Hippo Dining table plus matching chairs, which raised 170,000 rand in the auction. The Hippo now sits happily in a game lodge in South Africa looking out onto its own homeland.
  • Mark is Global Ambassador for many non-profit charities including Dyslexia Scotland, Bali Dyslexia and Dyslexia Kenya.

North Bali School for the Arts: The only Eco-Friendly Carbon Neutral Dyslexic Neurodiverse school in Indonesia.

The first phase of the school is complete and funding 130 children to be educated there. Parents are not able to contribute and the Indonesian Government is not financing any of their education.

Mark is a sponsor of RareGem Talent School in Kenya. This is the first school specialising in Dyslexia in Kenya.

Kate, his co-author, has been out to Kenya to do teacher training.