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I know this board is about character (using good judgement, etc.) I'm taking a different spin: how do you teach character/problem/setting/etc in stories for the youngest learners? I made simple cards with the words (and simple pics) and hold them up as we discuss the various elements after they've heard a fiction story. I figure seeing the word/pic everytime we discuss "character," "setting," etc may help them ingrain the concept. What other ideas are floating out there that are better than mine?
An idea you might try On 6/21/11, pksped wrote: > I know this board is about character (using good judgement, > etc.) I'm taking a different spin: how do you teach > character/problem/setting/etc in stories for the youngest > learners? I made simple cards with the words (and simple > pics) and hold them up as we discuss the various elements > after the...See More
Jun 21, 2011
Karen M. On 6/21/11, pksped wrote: > I know this board is about character (using good judgement, > etc.) I'm taking a different spin: how do you teach > character/problem/setting/etc in stories for the youngest > learners? I made simple cards with the words (and simple > pics) and hold them up as we discuss the various elements > after the...See More
Jun 26, 2011


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