Princess and the Pea Narrative Unit Activities - Speech and Language

Princess and the Pea Narrative Unit Activities - Speech and Language
Princess and the Pea Narrative Unit Activities - Speech and Language
Princess and the Pea Narrative Unit Activities - Speech and Language
Princess and the Pea Narrative Unit Activities - Speech and Language
Princess and the Pea Narrative Unit Activities - Speech and Language
Princess and the Pea Narrative Unit Activities - Speech and Language
Princess and the Pea Narrative Unit Activities - Speech and Language
Princess and the Pea Narrative Unit Activities - Speech and Language
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This narrative unit is meant to be used as the mini-lessons or “parts” of a whole-part-whole approach*. In the Whole-Part-Whole approach, the therapist pre-teaches the story to the students, showing the pictures and talking about what might happen in the story. The story is then read to the students, with the therapist taking time to ask questions and highlight vocabulary/story elements. After reading the story, use the following activities to highlight and practice language targets (e.g. pronouns, complex sentences, past tense verbs). After completing the language activities, have the student retell the story with or without the pictures. You can even read a parallel story and have the students practice telling that story. A search of your local library will generate several nice potential parallel stories.

Included are the following activities:
Pronoun Activity pg. 4-5
Story Retell w/ Pictures pg. 6-10
Creating Compound/Complex Sentences pg. 11-15
Character Describing Mats pg. 16-20
Story Elements Chart pg. 21-23
Past Tense Activity pg. 24-25
Parallel Stories pg. 26

*The Whole-Part– Whole approach is adapted from the work of Teresa Ukrainetz.
Ukrainetz, T. A. (2007). Teaching narrative structure: Coherence, cohesion, and captivation. In Ukrainetz, T. A. (Ed). Contextualized language intervention: Scaffolding prek-12 literacy achievement. (195-246). Pro-Ed, Inc.: Austin, TX.

This activity is based on the version of the Princess and the Pea by Hans Christian Anderson and illustrated by Jana Christy for a Golden Book.

Anderson, H. C, & Christy, J. (2013). The princess and the pea. New York: Golden Books.

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