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Let's Talk! with Whitneyslp: Story Grammar Marker Cohesive Tie Jargon {A Product Review}

Let's Talk! with Whitneyslp: Story Grammar Marker Cohesive Tie Jargon {A Product Review}

Part 4 - To date in the analysis of The Big Wave, we’ve talked about the characters within a geographic setting. Today we begin with the two major episodes of the story.

Part 4 - To date in the analysis of The Big Wave, we’ve talked about the characters within a geographic setting. Today we begin with the two major episodes of the story.

More Story Grammar Marker demonstrations for storybooks.  This time for Giraffes Can't Dance from Mindwings Concepts

More Story Grammar Marker demonstrations for storybooks. This time for Giraffes Can't Dance from Mindwings Concepts

Coming Late Spring: the Story Grammar Marker® App: You are A Star Reporter!

Coming Late Spring: the Story Grammar Marker® App: You are A Star Reporter!

Are you a big fan of wordless picture books?  What about upping the ante to wordless animated shorts?!  I was inspired by the adorable “Hola Llamigo” video that Sarah at Speech is Beautiful shared a link to a few weeks ago and used it with several students.  It was a novel, fun way to work on story re-telling, sequencing, vocabulary and inferencing so I started looking for more.  Here’s a list of a few along with a quick description (for [Continue Reading]

Are you a big fan of wordless picture books? What about upping the ante to wordless animated shorts?! I was inspired by the adorable “Hola Llamigo” video that Sarah at Speech is Beautiful shared a link to a few weeks ago and used it with several students. It was a novel, fun way to work on story re-telling, sequencing, vocabulary and inferencing so I started looking for more. Here’s a list of a few along with a quick description (for [Continue Reading]

*Free, but please rate and provide feedback for improvements! It would be greatly appreciated.*I have created a visual aid to assist students in implementing the components of the EET in order to improve oral and written language, defining, and vocabulary.

*Free, but please rate and provide feedback for improvements! It would be greatly appreciated.*I have created a visual aid to assist students in implementing the components of the EET in order to improve oral and written language, defining, and vocabulary.

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