Presentation on theme: "PHRASED AND FLUENT READING Reading Phrases from Fairy Tales With Fairy Tales."— Presentation transcript:
PHRASED AND FLUENT READING Reading Phrases from Fairy Tales With Fairy Tales
Something to Think About… How does this sound when read? Each little pig wanted to builda house. How does this sound when read? Each little pig wanted to build a house.
Read each phrase Once upon a time Long long ago Happily ever after
Read each phrase Let me in said the big bad wolf so he huffed
Read each phrase and he puffed and he blew the house down
What does bold print mean in a book? Say it in a strong voice
Read this phrase No I won’t let you in Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff Yum
Read this phrase Not by the hair of my chinny-chin-chin Please sir
What should you do at an exclamation mark (!) Make your voice go up or sound excited or scared.
Read this phrase We fish stick together! Not by the skin of my finny fin fin!
Read this phrase Then I’ll munch and I’ll crunch! And all his teeth fell out!
What should you do at a period (.) or comma (,)? Take a breath or pause
Read this phrase Don’t worry, you can live with me, said Kim.
Read this phrase Little fish, little fish, let me come in.
Read this phrase No, no, I won’t let you in.
Read this phrase Well then, I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house down.
Read each phrase Once upon a time Long, long ago And they lived happily ever after.
Remember…. When you read a book it should ‘sound like you are talking’ Read in phrases Read bold print in a strong voice Take a breath at a period (.) or comma (,) Sound excited or scared when you see an exclamation mark (!)