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家长们注意啦!这里有技术贴~How to teach kids retelling a story——怎么教孩子复述一个故事

How to teach kids retelling a story?

Five factors about retelling a story
1.        How did the story begin?
2.        Who were the characters?
3.        What happened?
4.        What happened next?
5.        How did the story end?


这里小编用一个小故事当例子。

龟兔赛跑(The Tortoise And The Hare)

Hare was the fastest animal in the forest. He was very prond of his speed and he loved to show off. He'd rush up behind the other animals and scare them. Most of all, Hare liked to make fun of tortoise.



从这一个段落,我们获取到什么信息.

怎么问孩子问题,让孩子为复述做准备我们至少知道这个故事在那里发生的——in the forest.还有两个主要人物。他们之间如何产生关联的。

You are so slow, Hare would laugh, teasing Tortoise, one day, Tortoise replied: I am not as slow as you think, let's have a race.
Just for fun, Hare accepted Tortoise's brave but silly challenge.
But when the race began, Hare dashed off out of sight. Hare lay down in the comfortable shade to wait for tortoise. Soon Hare was fast asleep. Slowly but surely, Tortoise plodded along one slow step after the other.Eventually,Tortoise passed Hare who was still snoring away.
He was shocked to see tortoise about to reach the finish line. Tortoise won.
你可以读这个故事给孩子,然后让孩子复述故事。

利用这几个要素
1.        How did the story begin?
This story happened in the forest. Hare thought he was better than Tortoise because he ran much Faster than Tortoise did. So he liked to make fun of Tortoise.
2.        What happened?
One day, Tortoise decided to prove himself not as slow as Hare thought. They were going to have a race.
At the beginning, Hare dashed off out of sight. He didn’t take tortoise seriously. So he fell asleep in the comfortable shade. 
3.        What happened next?
Tortoise didn’t give up; he plodded along one step after the other. Until 
He finally passed Hare.
4.        How does it end?

Tortoise was the winner. He told Hare loudly with his actions “slow and steady wins the race” and “never estimate your enemies”.


我们把这些故事放到一起。


This story happened in the forest. Hare thought he was better than Tortoise because he ran much faster than Tortoise did. So he liked to make fun of Tortoise.
One day, Tortoise decided to prove himself not as slow as Hare thought. They were going to have a race.
At the beginning, Hare dashed off out of sight. He didn’t take tortoise seriously. So he fell asleep in the comfortable shade.
Tortoise didn’t give up; he plodded along one step after the other. Until 
He finally passed Hare.
Tortoise was the winner. He told Hare loudly with his actions “slow and steady wins the race” and “never underestimate your enemies”.
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