UNDERSTANDING THE STANDARD what's this
- key detail
- The organization of ideas into a logical and coherent sequence is an essential skill for students, K through 12th grade, and for all content areas.
- Oral retellings of written text support oral language development and presentation skills, contributing factors to success for all grade levels and content areas.
- Summarization requires the ability to identify the key ideas of a text.
- Retelling and summarizing are active reading comprehension strategies that students can apply across content areas.
- Through the process of orally retelling a story, students apply elements of story structure which facilitates their ability to compose their own written texts.
QUESTIONS TO FOCUS INSTRUCTION what's this
- How does the ability to orally retell stories with the inclusion of key details support reading and listening comprehension?
- What strategies can be used to support students in identifying the story structure of a narrative piece?
- How can teachers scaffold instruction to support different levels of retelling skills?
- What are the characteristics of a successful retelling?
Go to RL.1.2 to see the progression of related skills.