REPETITIVE PHRASE STORIES

REPETITIVE  PHRASE STORIES
WHAT ARE THEY?
They are stories where some words, phrases or sentences are repeated several times in order to help the readers or listeners follow the story better or engage their attention easily

WHY USING THEM?

         Because telling them is a quick and efficient way to engage students with limited verbal skills.
         Telling this kind of stories can    result on natural language acquisition.
         They are easy to remember, so the students can retell them.
         They constitute an effective way    to teach complex vocabulary or    structures since they can    be constantly repeated in the    story.
          This kind of stories is not passive   at all.
          There is always something for   the children to do while the story  is being told.
        It increases the level of comprehension in students especially those who have difficulty with reading
 HOW TO USE THEM?
          Adapt the story to the age and level of the students.
         Use visual aids when telling the story.

         Involve students in the story as much as possible. Using “listen and join in” activities always has good results.


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