Students have had many stories read to them at home and at school, and often when characters are speaking, the voice of the story-teller changes. Students are aware of different characters in a story, but sometimes may not be able to identify the character, or who may be telling the story at any given moment. In addition, as students read aloud they must become aware of changing their voice to mimic the different characters speaking in a story. The lesson may be used in conjunction with other reading lessons related to characters and point of view.
Reading Dialogue Aloud Lesson Plan Includes:
- Full Teacher Guidelines with Creative Teaching Ideas
- Instructional Content Pages about Reading Dialogue Aloud
- Hands-on homework activities giving students practice with Reading Dialogue Aloud
- Answer Keys
- Common Core State Standards
- Many Additional Links and Resources
- Built for Grades 1-2 but can be adapted for other grade levels.
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