Show and tell my favourite book

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You currently have JavaScript disabled in your web browser, please enable JavaScript to view our website as intended. Here are the instructions of how to enable JavaScript in your browser. Published on: 09 August Author: Rob Biddulph. Author-illustrator Rob Biddulph invites us on a trip down memory lane to look at some children's books we all remember and love, as well as newer titles that are small classics in waiting. Another classic, and the first book I ever remember reading. In many ways, it has defined the art of storytelling for me ever since. I know from experience how difficult it is to squeeze a complete story arc into just 28 pages, but Shirley Hughes somehow manages to take us on a journey through a huge range of emotions: happiness, excitement, worry, sadness and, ultimately, exhilaration.
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What's your favourite book?

My Favourite Book

Warm-Up Hold up a picture book that you like. Explain that it is one of your favorite picture books. Model how to talk about a book. Point to the title and author's name as you read them, then show a few illustrations and talk about the main characters or topics in the book and what it is about. Finish the Nursery Rhyme. Itsy Bitsy Spider: Listening and Repeating.

Skip to content. General tips Before launching into any story spend a little time looking at the front cover picture and title. The children can guess the content of the story. This will not only help them brainstorm ideas about what they may be about to listen to, it will also arouse their interest. They will be drawn into listening to you once you begin reading. Buying a book You may not have the luxury of an extended budget from your school; you may have no budget at all.

My Favourite Book

If you need links then let me know in the comments section! Tell the children you are going to play "Show and Tell. Show and Tell in the English Classroom. Students are invited to bring a favorite object in from home to show their friends. This could be a teddy bear, watch, book, game, pictures of a holiday or a toy. Hope that he is doing fine.


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