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Comparing Languages Through the Process of Story Making. The Reception of Linguistic Structures from Teacher’s Training Students in Spain

Isabel Jerez Martínez, Juan José Varela Tembra, Eduardo Encabo Fernández, Arburim Iseni


The article will consider the role that fairy tales may have in the background of future Preschool and Primary teachers as language learning promoters. By increasing their knowledge on fairy tales and providing them, with suitable contact with different languages we are promoting an Intercultural character of Education and at the same time, we are demonstrating that, taking as a reference a fairy tale, we can work with different linguistic structures. The text will present an experience with more than one hundred future teachers in which we tried to demonstrate that they can start their learning of new languages using a story. The Story making methodology will support this language learning, once we know that it is possible for students to identify the key parts of the texts.

Keywords: Stories, Fairy tales, Teaching of Language and Literature, Story making methodology, Intercultural Education.

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