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Oral skills

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Published by Universitat Jaume I in [Castelló de la Plana] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementP. Safont, M. C. Campoy, eds.
SeriesEstudis filològics -- 10
ContributionsCampoy Cubillo, María del Carmen, ed., Safont, María Pilar, ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsP, PE
The Physical Object
Pagination217 p. ;
Number of Pages217
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19081177M
ISBN 10848021385X

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Conversation is the very heart of schooling and pedagogy. In early education, oral language development is particularly significant for interactions, social relationships, and friendships, and for building a sense of belonging. Educators help children develop oral language skills both directly through linguistic interaction with them and indirectly by creating an environment, which is rich in Author: Eleni Mousena, Trifeni Sidiropoulou. Retelling Rubrics. Assess how well students comprehend what is read with oral retellings. Use retellings in a three-part process with a Benchmark Passage or Benchmark Book running record and a comprehension quiz. The three-part assessment provides an in-depth analysis of a student's reading behavior and comprehension skills.


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