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Giselle Pulford

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READING: Record your reading thoughts

Today during Independent Reading you will need to take a voice recording of yourself talking about your book. Please do not read the book aloud - unless you are reading a small section that you are going to talk about. You should discuss what the book is about first, and then what you are thinking about the book at the moment. ⭐️Are you enjoying it? Why? ⭐️Do you like the characters? Can you relate to them? ⭐️What part of the book have you really liked so far? Why did this part make an impact on you? 1. Click add 2. Choose drawing Drawing 3. Click photo and photo again, then take a picture of your book cover. 4. Choose mic 5. Start by saying the book title and explain what the book is about, then share your thoughts and opinions. 6. Remember seesaw Seesaw will record for a maximum of 5 minutes. You should talk for at least half this time. 7. Click check when you are finished.

7th Grade, 6th Grade, Home Learning, English Language Arts, Reading
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