Once introduced, the talking strip can be used:

  • in shared reading to retell the main events using an enlarged or projected strip
  • at the end of guided reading in the lesson wrap-up
  • as an independent activity after guided reading. Students could retell the text orally, draw illustrations or record notes
  • as a home reading activity.

 

 For more ideas for retelling, see our on demand workshop Using retelling to support comprehension, oral language and writing.

 

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