Have you ever wondered how Disney managed to convey emotions through their stories? It is a fact that many children learn the English language better by watching cartoons. How do they teach us to use words correctly, and when we make mistakes, how do they correct them? This article will help you figure out those answers.
Disney Kids Readers are graded readers that combine the magic of Disney stories with the rigor of the Global Scale of English.
Young learners will be familiar with the Disney stories through these books. These students read at an appropriate level to join in discussions about characters and themes from their favorite Disney movies. They will develop a love of reading that can last beyond school age! These texts include bestselling titles, adapted by Disney studios into hardcover (American) and paperback (international).
Learning English Through Storytelling with Disney Kids Readers
1. Choose the right level for the class
A story must take into consideration young children, their age, and their vocabulary lesson plans for storytelling is very important As every teacher knows, there’s always a range of English abilities in any class. It’s important to target the comprehension level of the weaker students in the group. This ensures that you grab—and keep—everyone’s attention as you read. Graphic storytelling with unique artwork supports the clear, compelling narratives that will stay with you. it’s pretty sad to witness the tragedies in these students’ lives
2. Consider the interests of your students
Spending kindness time is a great way to make fun time with them, by reading shift they can interact with the story and improve their reading skills. Some book titles may remind you of things the children have chatted about in class: their hobbies, interests, their pets, family members, or the types of books they’re reading in their first language.
3. Learn the story beforehand
Once you’ve selected the book, read it through to familiarize yourself with the characters, plotline, and settings. Then read it aloud several times to practice your pacing and delivery.
As part of your preparation, listen to the Disney Kids Reader enhanced Audiobook to hear the pronunciation of names and places in the story.
4. Predict which words will be new to the class
Inevitably, there will be words and phrases in the story that are unfamiliar to your students. Since we’re aiming for maximum comprehension, decide ahead of time which keywords (words that carry meaning: nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs) to pre-teach before you read the story.
5. Establish a storytime routine
If possible, have everyone sit around you either on a rug or on chairs. When everyone is quiet and settled, you can begin the storytelling.
Illustrations are a fun way of storytelling of Disney’s stories, especially for preschoolers kids. You have different ways to organize your class routine in your kid’s group.
6. Build curiosity and context
Show the front cover, read the title and ask questions to spark curiosity and predict aspects of the story. With the book facing the group, read the story aloud, using your voice and facial expressions for effect. Depending on the age of your students, you can adapt familiar routines to suit their level of exposure and readiness to learn.
Language arts can be realized in stories The key to storytelling with books is that it must be done in a way that helps to spark the interest and curiosity of preschoolers. By presenting books together, you can direct the children’s attention towards language learning by developing their receptive skills.
7. Play Let’s Make a Story
Download a coloring sheet to make When the story is over, allow the children, to share what they have learned about that day through a variety of sharing activities. It’s a good idea to make it by turn so that each one of them can express and explain their thought. So every month, you will have at least, two activities to do: First, draw a picture from the pictures that can be found on the book cover (horizontal) if there is no color in the books when we make our stories then try something else.
8. preparing the materials for storytelling
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You can prepare some ideas from social media, Just use the internet to Make sure the materials are easy to find and different from each other. Some apps to help you to design your own story, such as Fiverr.
Because the main reason that makes a lot of preschoolers’ daily stories is that we have fun. And I see every day with my children how much they love it and how creative, so for us parents will be easier to make the stories yourselves.
9. Variations on daily for storytelling and learning
[For the duration of 10 minutes] When preparing a book (simply by looking at it) or going over your own version of what you would like them to learn, keep in mind these questions: What are the main themes? How to differentiate between the different types of stories (history, fables, narrative, and fairy tales) Such an opportunity is a very good way for your child to stimulate imagination by playing in his own world.
Toddlers love to daydream. They are often in the mood for creating their own stories and have fun imagining characters, objects, or places that do not exist, on which they can work with simple phrases like: “I found this crow” or The Yellow Frog”.
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What are the best ways to teach kids how to read?
There are many ways to teach kids how to read. Some methods include:
- Start reading with your child from the time they are born and show them words through books, songs, and other activities.
- Create a bedtime routine that includes reading together before bedtime every night so that you can help reinforce the idea of learning new things at bedtime.
- Encourage children to read aloud to themselves or with others by reading out loud while they watch TV or do other activities in order to increase their interest in reading as well as build their vocabulary skills and comprehension skills.
What are the recent social studies about the storytelling of Disney’s kid’s readers?
It was proved the picture books with humorous, nonviolent and realistic stories containing moral messages may have a positive impact on children’s social behaviour by improving self-concept, boosting resilience to stressors as well as promoting collaboration.