SHORT STORIES for Remedial and Dev. Reading


Download for FREE the following Short Stories which can be used in developmental reading. Also, these can be used in reading remediation with students at risks. Please feel free to download each file below. Share this post so we can help more of our fellow teachers.



Storytelling is a great activity of learning: Storytelling is very interactive. As a story progresses and develops, children ask questions. This is a great learning activity. Storytellers should use ways to make a child curious and encourage them to ask questions because this makes the child think. They learn to associate images in the book with the story and this develops their visualization capacity and imagination. “A child’s memory capacity is enhanced when he/ she is asked to remember something from a story. I ask my five-year-old questions from stories I have told earlier. It is like a game to her, rather than a test,” states Niranjan Jha, human resource personnel from Vasant Vihar. Experts who work with children say that parents should encourage children to sometimes create a small story with the characters they have been told about. This encourages imagination and makes the child more interested in the stories being told.



SHORT STORIES for Remedial and Dev. Reading SHORT STORIES for Remedial and Dev. Reading Reviewed by DepEd Click Admin on March 09, 2019 Rating: 5

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