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Picture book?

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by user 1133590, Mar 22, 2011.

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    I'm thinking maybe Bear Hunt. What do you think?
     
  2. I wouldn't use instruments with a class you don't know. They find it hard to leave them alone and you might end up spending too much time managing behaviour and not enough helping them to make progress. It will also eat a good chunk of time to give out/collect them. Using voices is a better idea imo.
    For Bear Hunt you could develop vocab based on the settings in the story. What other words can you think of for swishy swashy grass etc? The objective could be to use interesting adjectives. Maybe you could choose a section to rewrite with new adjectives and act it out together at the end?
    Also bear in mind that 15 mins will go really quickly so don't plan too much!
     

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