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Stories For Children V.Ab.

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Storytelling and Storyreading in the English class

Storytelling and Storyreading in the English class

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  • 1. STORYTELLING and STORYREADING
    • Guidelines for the English class
    • Claudia Alvarez
  • 2. STORIES FOR CHILDREN
  • 3. REASONS FOR STUDENTS´LACK OF INTEREST
    • Films
    • T.V.
    • Computer Games
    • C.D. Rom
    • Specialized Magazines
    • Other
  • 4. WHY STORYTELLING?
    • CONSTANT SOURCE OF LANGUAGE EXPERIENCE
    • MOTIVATION
    • MEANING (STUDENTS LISTEN WITH A PURPOSE)
    • FLUENCY (FOUR SKILLS)
  • 5. WHY STORYTELLING?
    • LANGUAGE AWARENESS
    • COMMUNICATION (SHARING AND COLLABORATING)
    • INEXPENSIVE
  • 6. SELECTION OF STORIES
  • 7. CHOOSE A STORY...
    • WHICH YOU LIKE
    • TO ENGAGE CHILDREN
    • IS RIGHT FOR THAT GROUP
    • THAT OFFERS A RICH EXPERIENCE OF LANGUAGE
  • 8. CHOOSE A STORY...
    • DOES NOT CONTAIN LONG AND BORING DESCRIPTIONS
    • CAN BE CONNECTED WITH OTHER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES , TOPICS STUDENTS ARE WORKING WITH
    • YOU FEEL YOU CAN TELL OR READ WELL
  • 9. FLUENCY IN THE FOUR SKILLS LISTENING SPEAKING READING WRITING
  • 10. LISTENING AND READING FLUENCY
    • WARN BEFOREHAND THAT THEY CAN´T UNDERSTAND EVERYTHING
    • DEVELOP ABILITIES TO SEARCH FOR MEANING, PREDICTING AND GUESSING
  • 11. SPEAKING AND WRITING FLUENCY
    • IN AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE RISK TAKING AND APPROXIMATION ARE ENCOURAGED, THERE IS A POSITIVE ATTITUDE TO HAVING A GO WITH THE LANGUAGE
    Andrew Right
  • 12. CLASSIFICATION OF TEXTS JANET NORRIS
  • 13. PICTURE BOOKS
  • 14. ILLUSTRATED BOOKS
  • 15. STORY BOOKS
  • 16. CHAPTER BOOKS
  • 17. HOW TO REMEMBER STORIES
    • MENTAL RULES OR WEBS
    • WRITTEN SPIDER WEBS (STORY SKELETONS)
  • 18. HOW TO REMEMBER STORIES
    • SEE THE STORY AS A FILM IN YOUR IMAGINATION
    • REMEMBER THE PERSONALITIES OF THE CHARACTERS (THIS WILL REMIND YOU OF THE STORY)
  • 19. STORY TELLING TIME
    • CREATE A MAGIC ATMOSPHERE (KIDS SHOULD SIT ON THE FLOOR)
    • CHANGE SEATING ARRANGEMENT
    • STORY BAG (STUDENTS GET STORY-MINDED)
  • 20. STORY TELLING TIME
    • BACKGROUND MUSIC
    • MIGHT SHOW A PICTURE AS AN INTRODUCTION
  • 21. STORY TELLING TIME
    • START WHEN EVERYBODY IS PAYING ATTENTION
    • KEEP PACE AND PAUSE AND STEADY BREATHING
    • RESORT TO FLASHBACKS WHENEVER POSSIBILE
    • USE KEY MOMENTS (MAKE SOME WORDS MORE IMPORTANT )
  • 22. STORY TELLING TIME
    • INVOLVE CHILDREN (THEY SHOULD FEEL PART OF THE STORY)
    • LOOK AT YOUR AUDIENCE (GIVE THEM TIME TO DIGEST THE STORY)
    • CHILDREN SHOULD BE PARTICIPANTS!!!
  • 23. A CHECKLIST FOR THE CRAFT OF YOUR STORY TELLING
    • QUESTION YES NO
    • Were the children engaged?
    • Did they understand enough to enjoy it?
    • Did they all hear me?
  • 24. BOOK REPORT
  • 25.  
  • 26. CERTIFICATE
  • 27.  
  • 28. READING AWARD
  • 29.  
  • 30. CROSSWORD PUZZLE
  • 31. SAMPLE
  • 32. HOME READING DIARY
  • 33.  
  • 34. THE END