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  1. Picture Walk&Questioning

  2. THINK … • Before you tell the story, what can you do? Picture Walk

  3. Look at the book cover Read the title Turn the pages and look at the pictures Ask questions about the pictures Give responses based on the pictures Picture Walk

  4. Picture Walk 1. Arouse interest a) Let’s look at the book cover. What is this story about? b) Do you know what this is? This is _____. 2. Interpret the pictures a) Look at the picture. What do you see? b) What is (he) doing? c) How about this picture? What can you see? • 4. Predict • What will happen next? • How will the story end? • 3. Relate to personal life • Have you had this experience? • Do you have any _______? Video clip

  5. Practice Time (10 minutes) • Work in Pairs • Use Worksheet 2 & the story book • Take turns to be a tutor and a tutee • Conduct Picture Walk

  6. Picture Walk Read part of a story aloud Ask word meaning based on the picture cues Ask questions about the story content Make predictions Read aloud & Questioning

  7. Ask the right questions • Choose pictures with good clues • Stop at appropriate places to ask questions • The character • What will likely happen in the story • Word meaning • Ask tutees where they got their ideas

  8. Which example is better?

  9. So Little Red Hen watered the tree herself, and lots of lovely red apples grew on it. Finally, the time came to pick the apples. Little Red Hen said to her friends, “Who will help me to pick these beautiful apples?” Questions: The hen is asking his friends for help. Do you think her friends will help her? How do you know? (Please refer to the picture.) Example1

  10. Example2 • The Little Red Hen had a garden. She was very proud of her garden and loved working there. In the garden there was an apple tree. It was Little Red Hen’s favourite tree, and she looked after it very well. Questions: • What is this tree? • What do you think Little Red Hen will do next? • How do you know? (Please refer to the picture.)

  11. Example 1: • The hen’s friends will not help the hen. From the picture, the mouse and the cat are sleeping and the dog is just sitting down. • Example 2: • This is an apple tree. (The answer is from the lines.) • The little Red Hen will water the tree. • There is a watering can.

  12. Example 1 is better because the answers come from the pictures!

  13. Practice (10 minutes) • Set Questions for Little Red Hen • - find good pauses • Make wh- and h- questions

  14. Suggested Answers Book cover • 1. Look at the book cover. What is the title? • 2. What can you see? Which animals can you see? • 3. What are they doing?

  15. P.4 • 1. Do you think that the hen’s friends are busy? How do you know?

  16. P.7 • 1. What was the hen going to make? • 2. What can you see on the table?

  17. p.9 • 1. Do you think that the Little Red Hen’s friends help to eat the pie? • 2. How will the story end?

  18. p.11 • 1. Do you like this story / ending? Why? • 2. Which character do you like most? Why?

  19. Homework • Choose a book to prepare questions • Practise story-telling Books for selection: • Goldilocks and the three bears • Sly Fox and red Hen • Sleeping Beauty • Puss in Boots • The Elves & the Shoemaker Recording to be sent via e-mail