Would You Be Our Audience?

The students have been hard at work figuring out how to be better speakers and they are now ready to show the world.  Next week, my students will be performing Elephant & Piggie stories to their peers while I am recording them. We are looking for K, 1st, or 2nd grade classes to view some of these performances and rate them using a form posted right below the video.  While students appreciate the feedback I give them, they really need a bigger audience than just their classmates and me to grow as real speakers.

If you are interested in perhaps viewing a few, please fill out the form below.  You can view just one or as many as you want, what matters is the feedback!  I will email you further details once the videos go live.  Thank you so much for considering helping out these amazing 7th graders.

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4 thoughts on “Would You Be Our Audience?

  1. Hi Pernille,
    I filled in the form about the plays your students made, but would like to add some info about us. We are a combined grades three and four group in Duchess, Alberta, Canada. We love blogging and getting to know others around the world. We have participated in two Global Read Alouds, one with an awesome class in Pennsylvania ( Mrs. Schmidt’s class) and this year with another grade three four class year across our school division. We have class and individual blogs (http://marggrosfield.edublogs.org). We have Skyped with authors, as well as other classes for mystery number and locations games. We love connecting globally!
    Please consider us for your wonderful project.
    Thank you
    Marg Grosfield

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