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Creating a lesson from a reading

Creating a lesson from a reading. TPRS Reading. What do we not know?. Statement Me llamo Daniel y quiero contarte una historia. Todo comenzó el año pasado cuando mi mamá me dio una cámara de fotos digitales.

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Creating a lesson from a reading

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  1. Creating a lesson from a reading TPRS Reading

  2. What do we not know? • Statement • Me llamo Daniel y quiero contarte una historia. Todo comenzó el año pasado cuando mi mamá me dio una cámara de fotos digitales. • I call myself Daniel and I want to tell you a story. Everything began last year when my mom gave me a digital camera.

  3. DETAIL QUESTIONS • We always ask, “What do we not know about a detail?” • For example, if we want to add information about a person we have to ask what we don’t know about him/her.

  4. Me llamo Daniel. (I am called Daniel) • Where does he live? • How old is he? • What is he doing today or any other day? • What does he want to do? • Where does he want to go? • There is no end to these additional questions. • Each answer leads to a more specific question.

  5. Questioning about a character • Where does Daniel live? Dead Horse, Alaska • Where in Dead Horse does Daniel live? On Main Street, number 252. • Does he live in a house? No, he lives in an igloo. • What kind of igloo? In a big igloo with air conditioning. • Does he live alone? No, he lives with a penguin.

  6. Once you add a new character, you move into a new line of questions. • We ask as many questions as possible about the one character and then go to another character. • Now the questions are not about Daniel, they are about the penguin or penguins. Now we ask, “What do we not know about the penguins?”

  7. Now we ask questions about the penguin • Who was the penguin? Dirk • Where did Dirk live? Punta Arenas, Chile • What did he do in Punta Arenas? He was the president of the Penguin Association of Alaska (PAA). Why? • Why was Dirk in Alaska? He was on vacation. • Why did he go to Alaska instead of Hong Kong? He doesn’t speak Chinese.

  8. More questions (penguin) • Did he like living in the igloo with Daniel? He liked the igloo more than a hotel. • Did he like living with Daniel? No, becauseDaniel didn’t have any people deodorant. • What did the penguin do? He left the igloo because he wanted to buy Daniel some people deodorant.

  9. Questions about Punta Arenas • Why did the penguins always go to Dead Horse? Dead Horse was a favorite penguin tourist place. • How did they go to Dead Horse? They went on plane. • What was the name of the airline? Aeropingüino • Why was it called Aeropinguino? The pilot, co-pilot and all the passengers were penguins except for one duck.

  10. More Questioning about the penguins • Why was there a direct flight to Dead Horse? Lots of penguins liked to travel to Dead Horse. • Why was it an important tourist place for penguins? There was a penguin swimming pool in Dead Horse. • What was in the pool? Fish • How many fish? 3042.5 • Why was there a half a fish? A penguin ate just a half a fish.

  11. Practice • A boy was riding a duck when suddenly he saw a big happy horse who was going to Dallas. • Pick 3 details of the above statement and give examples of 10 questions with unexpected or specific answers.

  12. Specificity • Every detail can have a chain. • Each new detail lead to another more specific detail. • Specificity adds great interest to the stories. • Specificity makes the story appear real.

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