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The on-screen books are perfect for your whiteboard as well as individual computers, and there are dozens of activities to go with each story.
Requires Clicker 6/7. Save by ordering this series as part of the Clicker SuperDrive
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Each low-cost CD includes a beautifully illustrated and narrated story, plus speaking, listening, reading and writing activities. The stories of Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk and Little Red Riding Hood are perfect for your whiteboard or on individual computers.
Early Years pupils feel comfortable with the familiar story structure of these well-known traditional tales, making this a perfect springboard for speaking and listening activities. Children listen to individual words, sentences or pages and record their own voices as they retell the stories or take on the role of a character.
The books and activities offer a high level of support to encourage independence and success. The expressive recorded voice brings the stories to life, helping children to engage with and respond to the text.
Children have the opportunity to retell the story, both by recording their voice and by writing with the ready-made Clicker Grids. In addition, extensive support is provided to enable pupils to write simple fiction and non-fiction text of their own, related to the story.
Each CD includes 8 activities. See here for detail
Chris highlights the impact that Clicker Tales is having on one particular student’s learning success.
“The Clicker Tales activities along with other titles in the "Powered by Clicker" series have become integral to Sam's learning in the classroom and also in her home life. Instead of having a story read to her by her parents, she is now able to read to them! This is fantastic and a real achievement for Sam.”
“Clicker Tales allows the main teaching to be done in the classroom with an interactive whiteboard, but then encourages pupils to work independently on their own computers, at their own pace. Due to the level of complexity that a teacher can go into, each pupil may be undertaking the same task, but in a way that suits their learning style and ability…”