PREMIUM RESOURCE | The Bundle of question starters help students to think and act critically about information. By using differing endings for who, what, when, where, why and how, creates literal questions (present and past), inferential questions (possibility and probability) and extended question (prediction and imagination) about the information. The resource includes the three levels of thinking, while asking questions across the areas of event, situation, choice, person, reason, and means. This is an invaluable resource for critical thinking through all learning areas of the curriculum.
PREMUIN RESOURCE | Oral Narrative Interviews aim is to engage students to question a chosen familiar story character thus helping them to develop an inferential comprehension of the story. The resource includes a Character Interview Explanation, three character interview activities, learning goal, success criteria and a management chart and cards. This first rate oral resource links with narrative reading and writing.
SMART RESOURCE | The resource includes charts which indicate when it is appropriate to be formal or informal when speaking to others. It also has a How does the talking sound? chart giving a grammatical framework for the types of speaking. These scenarios are followed by discussion activity cards asking When What How do we speak to different people? A first rate resource for class and ESL students.
SMART RESOURCE | The resource outlines the roles students play in small groups during discussion time. The roles of encourager, reporter, manager, recorder, collector and group member include a job description and several verbal prompts to assist a student in that particular role. The resource includes charts for display and small cards for each member of the group.