RETELLING Retelling provides an opportunity for readers to process what they have read by organizing and explaining it to others. Retelling develops students' story grammar because they must identify crucial points and the support information.
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Jessica Stiffler Emily Gallmeyer EDUC 301 September 11, 2010 Retelling Lesson Plan Lesson : Retelling Length: 20 minutes Age or Grade Level Intended : 1 st grade Academic Standard(s): 1.3.1 Identify and describe the plot, setting, and character(s) in a story.
Story Retelling CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Sequence Retells story in correct sequence with all important parts of story. Retells story in sequence with 2-3 omissions.
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Retelling: The Overlooked Skill Jean M. Slater Speech/Language Pathologist Retelling is an important skill often overlooked in regular reading instruction.
©The Mailbox www.themailboxcompanion.com October/November 2006 Who were the main characters? Where and when did the story happen? Tell what happened in the story in order.
Retelling Focus Skill Teaching Tips Definition: Description of what happened in previously read text. Purpose: • Retelling helps students remember a story.