Through this reading activity, students practice making inferences and identifying story elements such as setting, plot and characterization. Good readers recognize different story elements and use them to retell stories and figure out the messages.
(2) Introduce students to the difference between thought bubbles and talking bubbles.
(3) Read the first section of the story to the students and discuss the events to that point. Talk about how the character might feel and what they might be thinking.
(4) Have students illustrate this section of text and use thinking and or talking bubbles to record the character’s thoughts.
(5) Repeat with the remaining sections of text.
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- Le Zloukch
- Quatre petits coins de rien du tout
- Salmon Creek
- Special Delivery
- Who Is the Forest For?
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