Friday, February 28, Teaching Point of View We have been busy working on point of view, and most specifically, on how an author's point of view impacts how a story is written or told.
Write a myth or a legend Learning task 4: Shared, Guided and Independent Writing run parallel to Shared, Guided and Independent Reading and can be done independently or in groups. Shared Writing This is where the teacher does most of the work.
She helps the children to work out what they want to say and then writes it for them either on a whiteboard, chart, book or whatever is appropriate.
During this opportunities are taken for teaching points to be made. Guided Writing Here the children are doing a lot of the work and have far more control, the teacher being there to guide and help.
In 1 to 1 situations the child is writing. In group situations the teacher can record for the children what they say or the teacher can dictate the text to the children for them to write into their books while they are in a group.
As above the teacher steps in where appropriate for teaching points and to help children solve problems.
Independent Writing This is where the children write by themselves and the teacher acts as the editor to check their work and do what they are unable to do. Make appropriate use of speech bubbles.
Rewrite a chosen myth in your own words. Create a character mask.
Can you create the right facial expression? Compose some music to accompany your play.Reading and Creating Pictographs Worksheet Series This series helps students in identifying a pictograph legend and key, plotting pictographs, and understanding the reason for graphing this data.
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Teaching elementary school students through legends is a great way to bring writing, creative thinking and drama into the classroom. Watch how one classroom brings legends, collaborative writing and drama into one high impact lesson.
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The most remarkable part of Lena's story as a demonstration of the power of dialogue is the last quarter, where four characters respond to a traumatic event.