Tag Archive: sequencing

Feb 09

Teaching Sequencing with Songs

  Last week I posted “Teaching Compare and Contrast with Songs” This week, I’m continuing the series with “Teaching Sequencing with Songs.” I’ve listened to hundreds of songs. In the comment area below, I would love to hear your suggestions. Remember the songs must be classroom friendly. Historical Events One genre to use in the classroom are songs …

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Sep 22

Text Structures ~ Ordering

  Sequencing Activity Instructions: 1. Print the cards (Full color and black line cards are available.) onto card stock or heavy weight paper. Laminate for repeated use. 2. Place students into small groups or with partners. 3. Provide each group with one set of cards. 4. Each student will randomly order the cards and then …

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Apr 23

Three Fun Activities to Help Teach Sequencing

  Narratives may use different sequencing techniques to make the story more interesting. Some common sequencing techniques include: Flashbacks fill in details that took place in the past. Foreshadowing are hints as to what is to take place in the future. Students can remember sequence by noting chronological order clue words such as first, next, after, and …

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