Wednesday, June 2, 2010

The Three Little Pigs

We are learning to read with fluency and expression. Kakariki read "The Three Little Pigs." Our first story was "The Crystal Rooster" which we recorded last week.
Do you think we have improved? 
Are we achieving our learning intention?

RT Kakariki T2W7


14 comments:

  1. I can hear a big improvement in both fluency and expression. As a group you told the story well with emphasis in the right places, like the jokes. Well done!

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  2. hi Kakariki you can really read fluently.Good job!

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  3. Wow I think you guys read really fluently

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  4. I really like your fluently and expression because it sounded like it was real.

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  5. I think we reached our goal with reading with expression and reading fluently.

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  6. Kakariki had a good intro and nice expression.

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  7. You all did a great job on reading your readers theater fluently.

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  8. I really like your fluently and expression because it sounded like it was real and I love your story.

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  9. I think you guys did a fantastic job:D
    I love your expression and I also love the story.

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  10. You all did a great job on doing your reading theater and also doing your fluently with expresion. :)

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  11. That was brilliant guys.
    I really love the expresion and the fluency.
    Keep it up.

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  12. I liked your story because you guys read with a lot of expression and it sounded really good.

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  13. Blade and TalesiJune 17, 2010 at 7:54 PM

    For fluency i would give you a 8 out of 10 because its all right but some people stop sometimes.

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  14. What beautiful reading Kakariki! I am so impressed at how much you have all improved in your reading! I will definitely be listening to more of your stories. XOX Miss Dizon :D

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