Saturday, March 24, 2012

Quotes and Bubbles

I've always thought a fun way of getting students to practice identifying spoken words in story telling was to create comics from stories or vice versa.  That's why I'm giving you this freebie!

In this literacy center students will read a short passage to create a four frame comic strip.  Students will need to transfer words in quotation marks from the story to speech bubbles in the comic strip.  If students need differentiation, give students highlighters to find words that are spoken aloud.  For students in need of more remediation, highlight the spoken words for them (or help them to find the spoken words to highlight).

Get your copy here!
or here from Teachers Notebook.

My apologies - This item has been removed due to graphics copyright conflicts.

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