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Creative Writing in Kindergarten Using Wordless Picture Boo

Krista Austin, Patrick Hawkins, and Tamika Durrah. Wordless Picture Books. W. ordless . picture books “rely entirely on illustrations to tell a story” (. Dragich. , Conrad, Zhang, 2002. ). . S. tudents .

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Creative Writing in Kindergarten Using Wordless Picture Boo






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Creative Writing in Kindergarten Using Wordless Picture Books

Krista Austin, Patrick Hawkins, and Tamika DurrahSlide2

Wordless Picture Books

W

ordless

picture books “rely entirely on illustrations to tell a story” (

Dragich

, Conrad, Zhang, 2002

).

S

tudents

are able to take visual elements from books, and from here they can create sentences, details, and events that the characters are going through without ever reading a word.

Teachers can use both a single page from a book or a book as a whole to ask the students questions about what is happening, have students tell the story, or use the picture(s) as writing prompts.

Slide3

Wordless Picture Books

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=

aLlyjLqD82c

The

following

video

features

a

young

girl

creating

her

own

interpretation

of a

picture

bookSlide4

Wordless Picture Books

The

following

blog

features

how a

teacher

uses

wordless

picture

books to

enhance

creative

writing

:

http

://www.mylittlebookcase.com.au/reading-tips/ideas-for-using-exploring-and-enjoying-wordless-picture-books

/

Slide5

Title

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=

XLNFm9sPFDo

The

video

link

above

explains

how a

teacher

uses

wordless

picture

books to

introduce

a

creative

writing

lesson

. Slide6

Ways

in

Which

Teachers

Can

Incorporate

Picture Books with Creative Writing:

Ask

students

questions

while

reading

the book

Students can write interpretations in journals

Write writing prompts on board based off of book

Students can write their own responses or narratives based on the book that is read, either independently, in pairs, or in groups

Students can write their own picture books