Tori is planning a great summer! But just one day with her brother Devin and now she's not so sure...
Original story for Visualization, Literacy and Language.
Aligned to Common Core Standards
HOW TO USE
1. Tell students "I'm going to tell you about a movie. This movie is a little different because you get to draw your own pictures. Listen carefully. While I'm reading, you can watch the movie in your mind. Then, you will have a chance to draw what you see."
2. Place the I Have a Question icon in the center of the table. Encourage students to ask questions when they are curious about something or need clarification.
3. Read the "movie" and take a break after each scene. Give students 1 or 2 minutes to draw the scene on their Scene Visualization Worksheets. You may want to give each student a Draw A Scene Chart to help guide this process. For non-readers, you can read the Draw A Scene prompts aloud to help students create their drawings.
4. After all scenes are finished, have students compare pictures and retell the movie.
Common Core Standards / IEP goals
Draw a Scene Chart w/ Visualization Prompts
I Have a Question icons
Story: Best Summer Ever?? by Terrie Logan
Scene Visualization worksheets
More visualizing and prediction
Adjectives / Describing
Comprehension Questions and Answer Key
2 Writing Prompts
Write Your Own Writing Prompt
Character Traits - 2 pages
Compare A Scene Chart