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Sample Prompts for Sentence Completion. K -1. 2 - 12. Speaking Rubrics: Storytelling. Speaking Rubrics: Storytelling (Abbreviated Rubric). Storytelling Prompts. K-1. 5-6. 2-4. Look at the three pictures. Tell a story about what you see in the pictures.

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storytelling prompts
Storytelling Prompts

K-1

5-6

2-4

Look at the three pictures. Tell a story about what you see in the pictures.

Tell what happened first, what happened next, and what happened last.

storytelling prompts1
Storytelling Prompts

9-12

7-8

Look at the three pictures. Tell a story about what you see in the pictures.

Tell what happened first, what happened next, and what happened last.

q a s about the speaking test
Q & A’s about the Speaking Test
  • What should I do during the Warm-Up questions?
  • If the test in untimed, why are there suggested times for pauses between items?
  • Should I look at the rubric while the student is speaking?
  • Why are there more points for the Storytelling activity?
  • What if the students has a one-word response for one of the Social Interaction items?