432 Language Arts and Reading for Early Childhood
Dr. Denise Tyson
1. Your presentation will include:
the story: choose
a suitable story for a particular age group (make the age group known to us
before you begin). Tell the story
in a creative way: use puppets, a
flannel board, pictures that form a storyboard, costumes, and/or props. Involve
the class by asking them to repeat common verses or parts with you, ask some to
come up and hold a prop, dress a student up as you tell the story.
b) an activity: what will this story lead into? Will you ask students to retell parts of it? Will you ask them to put the key parts in the correct sequence? Will you have the costumes available at the dramatic play area? Will you ask the students to make up their own story to tell? Will you use the story to teach a math lesson? Will the characters or words in the story be used as part of a rhyming activity? Make a clear connection between the story and the activity.
2. Written work: a written lesson plan to accompany your story.
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