Some kids engage at the right amount. Some too much. What about the kids who withdraw? It is my position that, generally, kids who withdraw from interacting in a CI class have good reasons to do so.
We all know that
Anne continues here description of how she starts the year:
By the time we have gone through every questionnaire, the students have acquired a lot of expressions like has, wants, needs, goes, likes, sees, says, eats, drinks, plays, etc. Now they
This post is from 2016. I had asked Anne to describe how she starts the year to get her students ready for her scripts. Here is her response:
Thank you for your interest in the story scripts.
The most important thing
It's been over a year since Teacher's Discovery found out about what we've known for over ten years: the greatness of Anne's scripts, so I wish to take this opportunity to recommend it to anyone new to the PLC or
I just got this very positive report from Anne just now - thought I'd share it:
Ben - two things:
1. In the story-making process with the Invisibles, the two questions "where" and "with whom" are the crown jewels. I
Question for anyone in the group on the scripts:
I just purchased the 97 Scripts (Matava) from your website. Thanks for making it available!
Question: Do you think it might be a good idea (apart from creating a story with
Anne Matava’s new book is out (by Teacher’s Discovery) a collection of 97 of her best story scripts from the past ten years.
If you already have the old volumes (1, 2 and 3), you don’t need this new version. The hardback