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Facilitate literacy in students in pre-kindergarten–grade 1 using Participation Stories. This 64-page book reaches auditory, kinesthetic, and visual learners with storytelling. This resource includes everything teachers need to present the stories in three different ways (traditional, participation, and prop). Stories include traditional tales, folk tales, original tales, tales from other countries, and tales in rhyme. Sidebars on each page connect stories to basic language concepts. The book supports NCTE and NAEYC standards. Key Education products are intended to engage and educate young and special learners, as well as assist teachers in building a strong and developmentally appropriate curriculum for these children. The product line―comprised of teacher/parent resource books, photographic learning cards, and other activity- and game-oriented materials―is designed to assist in “Unlocking the Potential in Every Child.”
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· 15 traditional, folk, original, and rhyming tales
· ideas to increase vocabulary
· activities to teach basic concepts
· early literacy activities
· pantomime and action story directions
· suggestions for improving oral language
· puppet and flannel board patterns
The 15 rewritten tales found in Participation and Prop Stories are a delightful combination of traditional tales, folk tales, original tales, tales from other countries, and tales in rhyme. The stories and activity ideas will improve language skills, listening skills, and stimulate a love of words and reading in young children.
The following stories can be told, and retold, using all of the following techniques:
Traditional Storytelling (Auditory)
The first storytelling technique is for the teacher to become a traditional storyteller. Using this method, the teacher would simply tell the tale without the use of any text and the children would become an audience of eager listeners. This is a powerful tool for increasing language skills, listening skills, and for motivating young children to want to learn how to read and write.
Participation (or action) Stories (Auditory and Kinesthetic)
The second technique for telling these stories is to turn them into participation or action stories. There are two different ways in which the children can participate ― with physical movements such as pantomiming the action words or by oral participation as the children recite choral chants or repetitive phrases.
Prop Stories (Visual)
The third technique for telling these stories is to turn them into visual presentations. All the tales included in Participation and Prop Stories come with reproducible patterns that can be turned into puppets (stick puppets or simple string puppets), as well as props for flannel boards or magnetic boards
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Book Description Key Education Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1933052368
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