Below are examples of student choice boards that can be used in the classroom. If you see one you like, click the link below each preview and it will force a copy of the file that can then be editable.
Biography Inquiry with Student Choice Board Embedded created by: Nadine Gilkison
Lisa Highfill is an amazing tech integration specialist that has created fabulous student choice boards! Click below to check out her work and customize it for your own needs!
One great way to work on fluency phrasing and expression is to record students saying lines out of popular children's books.
Especially with younger students, you know that after you've read a book many times over and over, they can not only say the sentence or phrase back to you, but also with expression.
The three videos below: I'm Bored, Russell the Sheep, and Pinkalicious were created by kids ages 4 and 5. In other words, their reading level is not high. I simply modeled how to read the line, then they repeated it back to me when I hit record.
With older students consider having them create their own Book Trailers to excite students into checking out that book at the library.
This project was completed by a Kindergarden class and a 4th grade class. The 4th graders wrote the story about the Pigeon, then helped model how the lines were to be read. Then, they helped the KDG students record the voices. It came out fabulous! It will definitely make you smile! :)
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