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Bringing the outside in: introductory video

Welcome to Unit 5 of Wild Writing. This video introduces the theme of Bringing the outside in :

Next we will review some resources and case studies from our website.
We hope that these resources will give you inspiration to plan some wild writing work with your own learners.

First there is a case study to give you a broad overview of the theme. This is followed by a lesson plan to help you get started and a Padlet of examples and further ideas.

After you have reviewed these materials click on Mark Complete at the bottom of this page to move on.

Bringing the outside: case study and lesson plan

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Bringing the outside in: more examples

Below is a Padlet of examples to help you to think about how you could develop the bringing the outside in theme in your own teaching context.

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Google Expeditions in the classroom

Using multi-sensory equipment  (Part 1)

Students from the University of Northampton describe how they created environments indoors to represent outdoor scenes to bring The Bear Hunt story alive through immersive storytelling.

Using multi-sensory equipment  (Part 2)

Special needs pupils from Rowan Gate primary school work with students to retell The Bear Hunt story using a range of equipment, including virtual reality.

After you have reviewed these materials click on Mark Complete at the bottom of this page to continue.