World Language Literacy Strategy : Who Said It? (game)

World Language Literacy Strategy : Who Said It?  (game)
World Language Literacy Strategy : Who Said It?  (game)
World Language Literacy Strategy : Who Said It?  (game)
World Language Literacy Strategy : Who Said It?  (game)
World Language Literacy Strategy : Who Said It?  (game)
World Language Literacy Strategy : Who Said It?  (game)
World Language Literacy Strategy : Who Said It?  (game)
World Language Literacy Strategy : Who Said It?  (game)
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This strategy is for reading a novel, particularly focusing on dialog. It is best used toward the end of the book to review what you’ve read or in a book that has a lot of dialog. This can also be used after a film unit.

Skills Addressed:

1. Writing : quotes that characters said in the book

2. Reading : understanding what constitutes an important quote, who said it, and to whom they were speaking

3. Comprehension/Recall: being familiar enough with the story to know what was said and to whom

Pages 1-3 = Directions if you have a SMART board or a projector situation (computer -> projection screen)

Pages 4-5 = Directions to do it without any tech needed

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5 pages
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