Welcome to the Association for Language Learning wiki to support learning languages through literary texts.
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The wiki features the generous contributions of UK Language teachers – case studies focussing on the uses of Literature and Texts with 7 – 14 year-olds in the Language classroom.

You can read their suggestions and contributions freely below. If you have a contribution to make, you need to create an account with 'wikidot' and join this site. Click on the grey button in the top right corner.
To contribute please click below ‘ Click here to make a new entry ’

Further content is listed on the right-hand bar of this Home Page.


Related books launched in 2019

Bloomsbury Academic : Teaching Literature in Modern Foreign Languages including a chapter on this wiki .

Encore! With a song in my scheme of work’ by Steven Fawkes for the benefit of ALL on the ALL website.


The features on Songs (Spring 2019) Culture (Summer 2019) and Grammar (Autumn 2019) have been moved into the section on the right-hand bar called 'Multilingual sources' as a group of attached documents


Authentic texts inspiring creativity

Other people’s creative writing is a great basis to inspire new thinking, and language production in speech or writing.
A selection of contributions to this wiki which encourage language learners
1. to respond expressing opinions
2. to personalise making an emotional link
3. to extend, or have ideas being spontaneous
4. to perform considering quality
5. to manipulate the language using grammatical knowledge

You can locate these entries by using the Search function on this page .
1. to respond
Eurovision (in 3 languages)
Zehn Finger

2. to personalise
Gratitud
Vœux de bonne année

3. to extend
Hombre sin cabeza
Charles Aznavour
Der Ball der Tiere
Vergnuegen 2

4. to perform
Rongrakatikatong
L'ogre
Chant d'automne
Alles was ich wünsche

5. to manipulate
Keine Maschine
Beyonce
L’enfant anonyme

There are many more !



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ALL Speaking wiki [http://all-speaking.wikidot.com/]


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Once you have created and saved a page, click on the 'files' button at the bottom of the page to attach any sort of file. You also use this button to view files already attached.

Use the search box in the side bar to search for particular topics.

Latest texts

P'tit loup fête Pâques (Contributor: Nathalie Paris)

Une surprise pour Petite taupe (Contributor: Nathalie Paris)

Une patate à vélo (Contributor: Nathalie Paris)

Lou et Mouf - Vole! Vole! (Contributor: Nathalie Paris)

C'est quoi? (Contributor: Nathalie Paris)

Click here to see list of French texts French Click here to see list of German texts German Click here to see list of Spanish texts Spanish Click here to see list of other texts Other texts
Click here to see list of available French texts Click here to see list of available German texts Click here to see list of available Spanish texts Click here to see list of available other language texts

ALL cannot be responsible for the accuracy of the references on this wiki, although links were checked at the time of their contribution.

The editorial group has tried to acknowledge any copyright issues. If there are others, please advise us at ku.gro.segaugnal-LLA|ofni#ku.gro.segaugnal-LLA|ofni and we will attempt to rectify or remove any offending material.
In relation to contributors' suggestions about the exploitation of texts, the copyright for those ideas remains with the original author, and not with ALL. We are grateful for the sharing of these ideas.

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