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EDUC 225: Student Evaluation Form for Story Sharing Student: Elgin Scalzi Story: How Do Dinosaurs Stay Friends by Jane Yolen and Illustrated by Mark Teague Introduction to book, author, title, etc.: I think this went very well. I was able to preset this book and introduce it in a relatable way. I mentioned the author and the illustrator as well as the title. Use of Props: I found a dinosaur that matched a character in the story, gave him his own voice and name (Frank), and he participated. Oral Interpretation Techniques: Freight Words: Examples: Whenever I said “fight”. Saying the word “Spit”, “Lie”, “Why”, and other words at end of sentences. I should try…: Emphasize it even louder. Rating: Good Inflection/ Pitch Modulation: Examples: Whenever I had Frank the dinosaur talk, I manipulated my voice to reach a higher register. This is purely for the entertainment of the children. Also, when I should try…: Rating: Very Good Rolling Vowels: Examples: “Scowl”, anything that Frank says, “Why?”
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  • Spring '14
  • AmyE.Kiley
  • Children's Literature, frank, Loudness, Jane Yolen, Read Aloud, STUDENT EVALUATION FORM, Elgin Scalzi, Dinosaurs Stay Friends

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