Grade 2 Speaking / Listening - Ideas and Thoughts
A drawing is a visual aid.

Grade 2 Speaking / Listening - Ideas and Thoughts

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Visuals always help students learn the written text. However, students should include their own visual aids when they tell a story or poem. This will help the student get their message across. Visuals can be drawings made by the students or photographs they have found on the internet. In this quiz, the students will choose the information that pertains to a story. They will also answer questions about recording their own stories and poems.

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1.
Look at the picture.
What poem line below helps explain the picture?
Trying to find something on the table.
Oops! The man spilled something.
The man wants to clean his house.
There is glitter on the table.
The man is cleaning the table top since it is dirty.
2.
Look at the picture.
What poem line below helps explain the picture?
Sad dog, so sad.
Waking up, the dog is happy.
Sleeping dog on the bed.
Dog lay in its bed on the ground.
The dog is sleeping on a human’s bed and not his own bed.
3.
How should you read a poem aloud?
Read the poem fast.
Read each stanza in one breath.
Stop for a few seconds after each line.
Stop for a few seconds after each word.
There should be a pause after each line of the poem.
4.
Look at the picture.
Which poem line below helps explain the picture?
Hot air in the desert.
Chill in the air and the chill in the pool.
Warm sunlight and the cool water in the pool.
The painful heat pushed down on the pool.
Based on the picture, it shows the girl enjoying the warm sun and the pool.
5.
Why should you record your stories or poems?
So many people can hear your stories.
So you can practice your writing skills.
So you can correct your story.
So you can write more stories.
Recording stories and poems allows many people to hear them.
6.
What should you include when you record a story?
Different voices even if they are hard to hear.
Different voices but they should be clear.
A voice in one tone.
A very quiet voice.
It is good to have different voices as long as the audience can understand what you are saying.
7.
Look at the picture.
What story line below helps explain the picture?
The man scratched his head while thinking.
While the man’s head was itchy, he scratched it.
A finger scratched the other man’s head.
With a rash on the man’s head, he scratched it.
This picture shows a man who is thinking and scratching his head.
8.
Look at the picture.
What story line below helps explain the picture?
A young girl is putting on her shoes.
The woman sits down to take a short break.
The woman will play a soccer game next.
The foot on the woman is hurting her.
She is touching her foot because it hurts her.
9.
Look at the picture.
What story line below helps explain the picture?
Women were rushing up the steps to get to work.
The two women were running up the stairs to lose weight.
Two women run up the steps to get away from a fire.
Men are chasing two women up the stairs.
Based on what the women are wearing and carrying, they are running to lose weight.
10.
What do you need to record stories and poems?
Headphones.
A notebook.
A computer.
Paper and pencil.
You need equipment like a computer to record stories and poems.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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