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Description This download includes a poster describing the five finger retell, as well as a worksheet for students to fill out when completing the five-finger retell. Your feedback is encouraged and appreciated!
Betsy Miraglia saved to daily five
This Roll and Retell Reading Comprehension Activity is helpful for engaging young readers to recall details about stories they have read or listened to! This activity is part of our 30 Days of Reading Fun for Beginning Readers series.
All the pieces that make up a story.
Jolene Espinoza saved to Education Station PK-2nd
Engaging read aloud activities to practice retelling a story! Crafts, picture cards, and printables! #retelling #kindergarten #retellcraft
Shelley Apperson saved to Enrichment Block
Retelling stories is a skill that not all children possess naturally. Some like to retell every single detail, while others leave out important information to the story. That’s why using a retelling chart or organizer is helpful. When it was time for my Kindergartner and 1st grader to work on retelling this school year, I ... Read More about What’s the SCOOP? Retelling Chart
Becky Burns-Pisani saved to Literacy
YA retellings based on Shakespeare's works.
Epic Reads saved to YA Retellings
Story elements are the five components that make up a story. They are the characters, setting, plot, conflict and resolution. These elements keep the story running smoothly and allow the action to develop in a logical way that the reader can follow. Retelling involves students orally reconstructing a story that they have read or has been read to them. A student's retell should include characters, settings, and events in the logical sequence of the story.
sudha saved to Quick saves
A colorful way for students to with story sequences. Use color paper to create hands that help students identify beginning, middle, and endings of their favorite books.
Tara Tyson saved to Classroom 2nd grade
Learn 3 EASY ways to increase retelling skills in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade readers. These hands-on activities can be implemented at the small group reading table. Boost comprehension with these hands-on, visual, and tactile learning activities and lessons for students.
Miss DeCarbo saved to Top Teachers Smorgasboard
Sure, you could read the original works, but it's more fun to read their modern, YA versions! This chart has been brought to you by your friends at Epic Reads.
Nancy Condon saved to Books Worth Reading