Wall of Fame -Nursery Rhymes

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Hi everybody! As part of my teaching challenges this academic year, I’m carrying out a project using blogs with a group of students. They are taking the subject “Exploring Children’s literature” in English as part of their curriculum to become Primary Teachers. This group is taking the bilingual itinerary our institution is offering since 2010, and they are about to finish their studies (next June). As part of this project, and every two weeks, I will be publishing the most interesting post I’ve read here. It is what I’ve called “The Wall of Fame” for my students.

The Wall of Fame is happy to welcome Sonsoles Torres, one of my students, who has written a really interesting post on Nursery Rhymes. We worked on Nursery Rhymes in class, and we discovered that many of them have a hidden message. Legend or truth? Who knows! All we know is that nursery rhymes are great resources to help students practise vocabulary, and pronunciation, and Sonsoles is sharing a nice video she produced in class while presenting “Ring a ring of roses” with her classmates.
Sonsoles’ post is available here



2 thoughts on “Wall of Fame -Nursery Rhymes

    Rebeca Rivas Ortiz said:
    October 8, 2013 at 8:04 am

    A really good post. Good job at the university!!!!

      teachingtoteach responded:
      October 12, 2013 at 12:42 pm

      Thank you, Rebeca! This group of students is passionate about learning and teaching. It’s a pleasure to show their work 🙂

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