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Talking & Writing with Wordless Books: An Oral Language & Story Writing Class-B3
In this one-time class, students will read and discuss a short wordless book, practice retelling it using oral language skills, and then write the story together.
Amanda Draizen, M.ED, MLS
238 total reviews for this teacher
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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Talking & Writing with Wordless Books: An oral language & story writing class Wordless Book: The Three Little Kittens by Chou Chinith Wordless books are a wonderful tool to use with students to enhance their reading comprehension, their oral language skills, and their writing skills. Wordless books can help develop vocabulary and language skills in young children. As they talk about the pictures in the books, they learn to look deeply at the pictures and invent simple story plots to...
Students will increase their visual literacy by "reading" a wordless book. Students will practice their oral language skills by retelling the story. Students will develop their writing skills by writing the story.
I am an elementary school librarian at a preK-grade 2 school. Before that, I was a first grade teacher for 6 years. During over 8 years of elementary teaching experience, I have taught many students to read and writing. I have used wordless picture books to teach reading comprehension skills and writing skills to great success. Students enjoy wordless books and are very engaged with them.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Amanda Draizen, M.ED, MLSElementary School Teacher Librarian
238 total reviews
166 completed classes
Fun + Learning = Great Educational Experiences!! Hello, my name is Miss Amanda. I love to learn and teach! I have my Bachelor's degree from the University of Connecticut in Developmental Studies and Biology. I also have a Master's degree from the...