During this month, March, we will be working with the power of Question
When readers learn to question while reading:
*They are encouraged to be curious readers.
*They learn that asking questions can lead them to a greater understanding of the text.
*They learn that not all questions have answers, and often these unanswered questions will help to get at the heart of the story better than those that can be answered.
*They practice what their powerful brains are already capable of doing- asking questions.
Pre-school chldren, 1st. & 2nd. Primary
This time I read them a book named YES! this is a stotry about a kid´s Lucky dAy! because everything he wants,he gets permission to do.
Children worked with colored cardboard & worsted yarn representing the things they always wanted to dO.
Primary from 3rd. to 6th grade
Children watched www.inanimatedalice.com a transmedia production chapters I & II China and ITaly & we all together commented some facts about the story , then children in teams were asked to answer some "DeEp QueStiOns" the ones which answers are found within ourselves. It involves experience, opinions and help us go beyond the story.