Draw and Tell: Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking, Viewing, Shaping

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Annick Press, 1988 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 85 pages
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Draw-and-Tell stories can be an effective addition to your collection of Language Arts and Whole Language teaching tools. They are fun to listen to and fun to tell. They are presented in a form in which the structure and pattern of the story is highly visible. Children participate by predicting and anticipating the action. This makes the stories easy to learn and easy to modify and adapt. Draw-and-Tell stories will also help to enhance listening skills, teach children to recognize and use common language structures in their story telling and writing, help to develop their abilities to read with greater attention, comprehension and recall, develop their confidence and poise in speaking, and provide a vehicle for exploring other language experiences. Story telling, like many of the best learning media, allows the child to develop and grow from where he or she is now. Draw-and-Tell stories are suitable for early primary to junior grades.

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Contents

Foreword
At the End of the Rainbow 25
Juanita The Whale 39
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Text and Illustrations by Richard Thompson

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