Reading to an audience is a great skill to have, and something that we have often practised in class;
I read the text,
we read it together,
you read it on your own.
When you are comfortable with the words, think about how you can read them in a way to engage the audience. Michael Rosen has some great tips on this video:
Create an audio or video recording of yourself reading the first part of our class book in a way to engage the audience.
Act out the story so far. You could do this by recruiting family members as the other characters or using toys as the actors and voicing all the characters/the narrator parts yourself.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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