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Grade 3 Speaking / Listening - Creating Stories and Poems

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Since students don't have access to an audience, they should be recording their stories and poems. They can listen to their recordings to make sure they are reading fluidly and at a good pace. Also, students can perform in front of their families. They could use visual displays to enhance their performance. In this quiz, the students will answer questions about reading aloud and using visuals.

1.
You are reading a story aloud to your classmates. When should you pause?
After each word.
Halfway through the story.
At the end of the story.
After each paragraph.
A pause is needed to note that you are changing paragraphs.
2.
You are giving a presentation. You have a picture of a castle in Europe to enhance your presentation. Which topic are you probably giving?
Weather and clouds.
My trip to a German castle.
History of Antarctica.
How to build a castle.
This would be a picture that someone would show if they were describing their trip to a German castle.
3.
You are recording a story that you wrote. The story is about a boy who loses his dog. How should you be speaking?
Happily.
Loudly.
Calmly.
Sadly.
Since the story is sad, the student's voice should be sad too.
4.
You are giving a presentation. You have a map of the USA with the names of states on it to enhance your presentation. Which topic are you probably giving?
Crops grown in the states.
Climate of the states.
Location of states.
Capitals of the states.
The map shows the location of the states.
5.
You are giving a presentation. You have a picture of cake ingredients to enhance your presentation. Which topic are you probably giving?
Why do people make cakes?
What cake is the best?
How do you bake a cake?
What is needed to bake a cake?
Since the ingredients are shown in the picture, this would be the best topic.
6.
You are reading a poem aloud to your classmates. When should you stop to take a breath?
After each paragraph.
After each line.
At the end of the poem.
After each word.
A quick pause to take a breath would occur after each line or stanza.
7.
You are giving a presentation. You are using a picture of two tiger cubs mock-fighting to enhance your presentation. What is the most likely title of your topic?
How do tigers play?
What do tigers eat?
How are tigers and lions similar?
Where do tigers live?
Tiger cubs play by pretending to fight with each other.
8.
How fast should you speak when reading a poem or story aloud?
At a normal pace.
At a fast pace.
At a slow pace.
As fast or slow as you want to.
People have a tendency to speak at a faster pace when speaking aloud, but it is best to speak at a normal pace.
9.
You are giving a presentation. You have a picture of skyscrapers to enhance your presentation. Which topic are you probably giving?
Cell phones.
Rivers of the world.
Activities to do.
Tallest buildings in the world.
The tallest buildings in the world would be called skyscrapers.
10.
You are recording a story that you wrote. The story is about a girl who goes into a haunted house. How should you be speaking?
Scarily.
Joyfully.
Strongly.
Sadly.
The story is about a haunted house so the voice should be a little scary.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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