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MYRTIS MIXON, ED.D. Using Stories in the Classroom
THINK PAIR SHARE VOLUNTEER? I. What do you do with Stories?
A FOLKTALE FROM KAZAKHSTAN II. There’s Always a Bright Side
There’s Always a Bright Side How Would You Use This Story? Pair Share
There’s Always a Bright Side How Would You Use This Story? Vocabulary Discussion Writing Role Play Story Theatre Hot Seat
III. What to do With Hats?
Hats Group into 4s Decide and describe the identity of the people with hats
Hats Create a story for your two characters with the addition of one or two of these pictures Write it out or take notes
Hats Tell your story to another group One group that wants to volunteer to tell their story?
IV. Fears and Loves
Fears and Loves Read Silently first Read aloud
Fears and Loves List Your Fears List Your Loves Make a mindmap of a time of fear or love Write the story about the event... Using the mindmap Non-stop writing about the opposite
V. Using Postcards
Postcards Pair work with one or two postcards Choose one and decide who, when and where you are
Postcards Another postcard to complicate the story
Postcards Another One???
VI. Wrap Up and Reflections
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
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