SMART RESOURCE | A visual way of demonstrating the simple art of conversation to young children. Speaking frames in the form of speech bubbles give students examples of greeting and fare welling people in a polite and friendly manner. The resource includes a set of black and white student sheets with a blank speech bubble. Students complete the speech bubble in their own words. Also there is a blank face with speech bubble; the students can draw themselves using polite conversation. Display the students work in a manner that forms a conversation.
SMART RESOURCE | The Speaking and Listening resource enables the teacher to easily organise the oral language with the class. Through speaking with individual, partner or groups the student can explore ways in which to express feelings and emotions while also developing a vocabulary to describe and answer questions about a chosen topic. The Newstime resource includes students Learning Intentions and Success Criteria, a Todays Class Management Board together with a variety of Newstime focus cards. The resource is presented with a colour background and a white background. New to the resource is a student Self-Reflection Assessment sheet to assess their presentation against the Learning Intentions and Success Criteria; also include is a blank Self-Assessment sheet.
SMART RESOURCE | Activity Sharing is very important to young learners and it is a great starting place for oral language presentation.The resource includes two prompt question charts Tell us what you made? and Tell us how you made it? to assist the speaker and the audience in the Activity Sharing time. Also included is a Teacher Assessment sheet in rubric form, Student Self-Assessment sheet using smiley faces to score their outcome and an Activity Sharing certificate to celebrate the successful Activity Sharing time.
SMART RESOURCE | Four charts highlight the learning goals and success criteria for activity-based sharing. They outline introducing and describing the activity; explaining and reflecting on the process and product. To engage the audience there are a set of question prompts to encourage further information.