Teaching through stories is a fun, engaging way to teach your standards and vocabulary. The Project GLAD® strategy, Narrative Input Chart, is the strategy we use to teach fiction and non-fiction content that embeds academic language. But some teachers find the prep to create a narrative daunting. We are often asked, "Can the Narrative be done electronically?"
Yes! The benefits of creating a Narrative in a slide deck are ease of prep and set up, ease of sharing with colleagues, and using the narrative with small groups. You can even convert your power point narrative into an mp4 that students can play on-demand. We created this tutorial to show you how. Check it out!
Thanks for reading!
Sara and Jody
Here's what coming up Next!!
Acceleration 301: Read All About It!
If you liked learning about the Narrative Input Chart, you'll love our winter Acceleration boost. This module launches with a content related story, and extends with strategies for teaching story elements, retell, sequencing, vocabulary, dialogue, inferencing, ELD designated reading and writing, and visualization for reading comprehension.
Two sessions to choose from:
Winter: Jan 9th - Feb 24th
Spring: March 13th - April 28th
Also in January!
OCDE Project GLAD® Foundations
Still need your initial Project GLAD® training?
Virtual training available
Part I: Research and Theory Workshop
January 17, 19, 24, 26, 2023
Part II: Classroom Demonstration
March 13-16, 2023
Contact us for in-person training availability
If you're interested in continuing your reading and writing strategies into the informational genre, your next step is our spring workshop!
Acceleration 401: Take it to Writing!
Go straight to the heart of Project GLAD® with these six high leverage strategies. Together the strategies increase the engagement and growth of students in listening, speaking, reading and writing - specifically focused on guiding students to and through informational writing.
Only offered once this year – register here