Audience Needed for Elephant & Piggie Performances

The students have been hard at work figuring out how to be better speakers and they are now ready to show the world.  Tomorrow my students will be performing Elephant & Piggie stories to their peers while I record them. We are looking for other classrooms to view some of these recorded performances and rate them using a simple form.  Classroom audiences can be any grade as these are picture books being performed so we would especially love K-3.  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.

15 thoughts on “Audience Needed for Elephant & Piggie Performances

  1. I’d love to have my students participate. I was thinking my first graders, but I’m flexible. I’m a school librarian who teaches grades 1-6. Please let me know.
    Thank you,
    Tara Gonzalez

  2. We LOVE Mo Willems! We have a giant pigeon in our classroom who encourages us to read “mo books”! We’d love to provide feedback for your performances.

  3. I filled out the form and can’t wait to see the performances and my kids would love to provide feedback for developing public speakers!! Let us know the time and days and we will defiantly participate.

  4. Hi Pernille,

    I completed the form but my computer hasn’t been working so wanted to make sure that you received it. My students are crazy for Elephant and Piggie and would love to give your students feedback.

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