Thursday, August 30, 2007

Responding to a Story Read

Objectives: To appreciate a given story.

To express one’s feelings about the elements of a given story.

Responding to a Story Read:

After the teacher discusses a story with the whole class, divide it into small groups. Most students feel more comfortable sharing in the discussion in this type of groupings.

Appoint a leader who will lead the discussion by reading the following questions:

What part of the story did you like the most?
What part of the story didn’t you like at all?
Who was the character whom you like the best? Why?
What part of the story, would you like to change? How would you change it?

The teacher may appoint a recorder if it will benefit the class’ understanding of the story further.

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