READING – SEQUENCING PRESENTATION
The reading groups were very excited to present their learning in front of the whole class.
We had the FOUR GROUPS READY TO BATTLE IT OUT.
They were -
We picked out names from a jar to decide who will go first (to keep things fair).
Sela – “We learnt to visualise this week. My next step is to buddy up and write down my ideas and share them”.
Clyde – “Our group presented went well because we were loud and clear.My next step is to read the story well”.
Ayush – “We are learning to visualise this week. We need to share more ideas. I don't like sad stories. So I liked the boy who cried wolf”.
Cherokee - “I like learning on my own and visualise. I make a movie in my head when I read. I do not like to talk to people. So, my next step is to share ideas with a buddy”.
Kaleb – "I liked the story a lot. The actions in the story. I was absent for the presentation. But my group helped me with making a story sequence”.
Bryan – “We are learning to visualise and play it like a movie. Our group did well at talking clearly and staying very focused on our presentation. We need to stop wriggling and say it proudly. I need to not mumble when I read my bit”.
Bella – “We put all the events in order to play it like a movie. Our group did well by sharing a lot of ideas and contributing in our lesson. We helped each other and there was No BULLYING. Our next step is to stop giggling and stay focused. I think we played up a bit”.
Daniel - “Our group worked very well and had good body language. We gave everyone equal parts and presented our work clearly”.
Angela – “It is important to tell the story in order. It is important to understand the different parts - Beginning, middle and end. Our next step is to share more ideas and describe a bit more”.
By Archana Karve