The Summer Fun Summer Learning Dramatic and Story Reading Unit

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What's the difference between story reading and story telling? Participants in a summer enrichment program learn all about the difference as they listen to famous speeches, engage in dramatic readings, and craft their own short stories to share with their classmates and families. Add a camp fire and S'mores to double the fun.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Select activities from the unit to supplement a dramatic reading or story telling unit during the school year 
  • The resource is appropriate for families as well; consider providing the link or putting together a packet of suggestions for class members to take home at the end of the school year
  • Preview the entire program to determine if appropriate to your learning situation
Classroom Considerations

  • The fourth in a series of five units of summer enrichment programs designed to combat "summer slide"
  • The series is designed by the National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL) and The Salvation Army to promote family literacy
  • The five-day unit is divided into daily two-hour blocks
Pros

  • The 43-page packet includes an overview of the program, detailed plans for the activities, extensions, and writing prompts
Cons

  • None