Oral Language

Retelling or generating a story using narrative language/skills

With picture support, students are guided to use sequence and connecting words as well as academic language to generate a story, retell a story, or retell events in sequence.

1. Narrative Language & Discourse Level Skills

Draw an Apple Tree

Lesson 1 20 mins

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Wash Your Hands

Lesson 2 20 mins

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Birdhouse

Lesson 3 55 mins

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Gardening

Lesson 4 55 mins

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2. Descriptive Narrative: Text-Dependent Questions

Frogs in Colors

Lesson 1 25 mins

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Red Pandas Like to Nap

Lesson 2 25 mins

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I am a Red Panda

Lesson 3 30 mins

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Tim Sees a Fox

Lesson 4 25 mins

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What is on a Log?

Lesson 5 30 mins

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Kits Can Play

Lesson 6 30 mins

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3. Action Sequence: Text-Dependent Questions / Retell

What Can Sarita Do?

Lesson 1 45 mins

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What Does Datiz See in the Sea?

Lesson 2 40 mins

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Arctic Animals

Lesson 3 40 mins

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Looking for Eggs, Tadpoles, and Frogs

Lesson 4 45 mins

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Counting Animals

Lesson 5 45 mins

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4. Reactive Sequence: Text-Dependent Questions / Retell / Oral Language Practice

Who is Sleeping?

Lesson 1 60 mins

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Oh, Muddy Mud!

Lesson 2 60 mins

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Grandma’s Bananas

Lesson 3 60 mins

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