Raccoons in the dumpster - lesson plan

Focus: to describe an event from the perspective of a character

The video talk strips (for juniors and seniors)

The video talk strips include a series of icons that will help students to discuss a short video-based event from a character's perspective.  Like all new tools, these talking strips need to be introduced to the students and modelled by the teacher. Refer to The Oral Language Book (pages 119 - 120) and PM 38-47) for more information about a range of other talking strips.


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 There are 10 talking strips in The Oral Language Book (refer to page 120).

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