* Lesson plan objectives and assessment can be adapted to use this activity with school-age children.
Student will practice sequencing parts of a story
Student will practice storytelling
CDA Competency Standard: II.6.4a
Candidate’s interactions encourage children’s communication skills
a) Promotes children’s language development through her/his verbal and non-verbal communications
Crayons, markers, colored pencils
Begin by modeling how to retell a story using pictures on the butcher paper. Show students how to begin at one end of the paper, and progress through the plotline until reaching the end of the paper.
Encourage students to try retelling a story using pictures of their own
When finished, they can retell the story verbally using their drawing for reference.
Assessment: Observe and record the child’s ability to retell the fairy tale. What parts were they able to remember (characters, setting, plot, etc.)? Were they able to verbalize their thoughts clearly or did they require assistance?
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