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Picture Book Recounting – Step 1

$82.50 (inc. $7.50 GST)
Code: Pbr4
Year Level: Early Years
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Developing oral narrative skills for later writing & comprehension.

Picture Book Retelling Step 1, is a teaching resource that attempts to break down early picture book retelling skills into simple sequential steps for teachers and parents to follow with their students and children. The program trains parents and teachers to identify where three and four year old students need to develop and strengthen their oral language skills and presents specific techniques and supports to do so.

Ideal for Early Years and Pre-Primary students, Picture Book Retelling – Step 1 provides:

  • Assessment and monitoring procedures
  • Planning and programming supports
  • Visual Supports
  • Includes colour storytelling cards which assist early retelling efforts.
  • Retell summaries for over 40 exciting and engaging picture books such as ‘Possum Magic’ By Mem Fox, ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ By Eric Carle, ‘A sausage went for a walk’ By Elisha Marjid and many more!
  • Techniques and strategies are outlined when a child provides poor retell of a story.
  • Techniques and strategies to develop and accelerate language skills.
  • Guidelines for structuring whole class, small group and individual activities.
  • Comprehension questions.
  • Retelling evaluation screen.
  • Parent information sheets.
  • Recommended books to read for Four Year Olds.
  • A structured program designed by speech pathologists for teacher and parents.

Storytelling can be a challenge for 3-4 year old students and teachers, however, practice is the key and the more students are exposed to the language associated with telling news or stories the more their expressive language will improve.

This product is mentioned in the Early Years Teaching Sequence Manual on page 7.

The programs within the range include:

Early Years Programs:

Foundation Programs:

Year 1 & 2 Program:

Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 Program

 

 

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Picture Book Recounting – Step 1 - eBook

$65.00 (inc. $5.91 GST)
Code: Pbr4e
Year Level: Early Years
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eBooks are solely for use by a single individual user. e.g. An individual classroom teacher. Learn more.

Developing oral narrative skills for later writing & comprehension.

Picture Book Retelling Step 1, is a teaching resource that attempts to break down early picture book retelling skills into simple sequential steps for teachers and parents to follow with their students and children. The program trains parents and teachers to identify where three and four year old students need to develop and strengthen their oral language skills and presents specific techniques and supports to do so.

Ideal for Early Years and Pre-Primary students, Picture Book Retelling – Step 1 provides:

  • Assessment and monitoring procedures
  • Planning and programming supports
  • Visual Supports
  • Includes colour storytelling cards which assist early retelling efforts.
  • Retell summaries for over 40 exciting and engaging picture books such as ‘Possum Magic’ By Mem Fox, ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ By Eric Carle, ‘A sausage went for a walk’ By Elisha Marjid and many more!
  • Techniques and strategies are outlined when a child provides poor retell of a story.
  • Techniques and strategies to develop and accelerate language skills.
  • Guidelines for structuring whole class, small group and individual activities.
  • Comprehension questions.
  • Retelling evaluation screen.
  • Parent information sheets.
  • Recommended books to read for Four Year Olds.
  • A structured program designed by speech pathologists for teacher and parents.

Storytelling can be a challenge for 3-4 year old students and teachers, however, practice is the key and the more students are exposed to the language associated with telling news or stories the more their expressive language will improve.

This product is mentioned in the Early Years Teaching Sequence Manual on page 7.

The programs within the range include:

Early Years Programs:

Foundation Programs:

Year 1 & 2 Program:

Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 Program

 

 


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Picture Book Recounting – Step 1 – School Licence

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ISBN : 9 781925 769210
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