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Old 08-23-2009, 05:30 PM
 
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I was planning ahead in my lessons and came to retelling in CAFE. They suggested using a rope knotted 8 times for a visual cue the first time, then to have a picture labeled for later. Does anyone have a visual of a knotted rope with the labels or know where I can find one?
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Thanks for that idea! I am going to make one and use it!
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Retelling Rope Visual
Old 08-24-2009, 04:26 AM
 
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I made a rope and then created a visual with knots to go with it based on the previous post's link! I am not certain if I am able to attach it due to being a newbie. If you would like, send me a private message with your email and I will send it to you directly!
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I made a beanie poster to go with the Retell Strategy. You might be able to modify it and add better graphics for the visual cues.

BTW, I plan on reading "Knots on a Counting Rope" before teaching this strategy. I thought it would be a nice segue!


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I don't understand that link, what are the knots made out of?
I'm all set with a rope with knots, I'm just not sure how to make a picture of it with the correct labels. I was hoping someone had a good graphic of a knotted rope with the labels.
Knots on a counting Rope is an excellent book to read with this strategy!
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The "poster" is a picture of a knotted rope and at each knot I put a text box that says "characters, setting, problem...etc. I just made a quick visual...someone more clever then me could probably do a better job with the pictures. I made the rope using the drawing tool in word. Does the file open?
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Thank you for your poster. You did a great job, but I'm not doing Beanie Strategies. But it does get me started!
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a telling rope (okay it was a telling pipe cleaners) today while being observed by my principal. I think the observation went well! I kept it simple for K and used only three knots for beginning, middle, and end. Thanks for the idea!
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Stroy Grammar Marker
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Have you ever heard of Story Grammar Marker? It was developed by a Speech Pathologist that worked with Dyslexic students. We use it with our regular ed students who have problems retelling and story, those with oral language problems, and those who have comprehension problems. This year our intervention teacher has been working with the creator of Story Grammar Marker and working with students on a higher level of comprehension that allows the student to get inside the head of the character and make inferences. At first the Marker seems like the same old beginning, middle, end - character, setting, problem, events, resolution, but in fact it is much more than that. Some of you might be interested in it. It is really an oral language development tool and a tool to help increase comprehension and higher level thinking in children. You can get a free DVD on the mindwingconcepts website. I just ordered mine.
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I would love to see this visual- Thanks!
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Story Grammar Marker
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Maryellen Moreau developed this manipulative. You can check it on on www.mindwingconcepts.com
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Old 08-26-2009, 03:12 PM
 
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Wow, that seems pretty pricey. I'm looking for a picture of a labeled, knotted rope!
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The brady doll by mindwing is pricy but the kids love it! I love that they move beyond beginning,middle and end retell. I have used this resource with JK all the way through 3 with great success.
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Old 08-30-2009, 09:12 AM
 
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After I modeled using my large retelling rope, my students worked in pairs with student retelling ropes. I made them from rattail cord with 5 knots (characters, setting, beginning, middle, end). They were so on task for second graders at the start of the year. I was very impressed.
Great idea! Thank you for sharing.
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That's a great idea to make mini-ones for pairs to use. Good for practice and kinesthetic learners. Not sure what rattail cord is but I'm sure I can find something cheap. I guess I could also add some kind of tags to my knotted rope for clues as to what each knot means until they get the hang of it.
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okay, I made one....
Old 09-22-2009, 01:02 PM
 
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I made it in Print Shop so you will need that to open it! I hope it helps someone.
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Here is the first page
Old 09-22-2009, 01:05 PM
 
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I'm going to mount them on black poster board so they match up and laminate the whole thing together.
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Story Grammar Marker
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That idea must have come from an intervention program called story grammar Marker by mind wing concepts. It has a head on top for the character, setting is a star and the initiating event is a football spike, than a heart for their feeling and reaction to the initial event and it keeps going. Check out mind wing concepts.
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