Beginning to retell
The Blank Language Scheme was developed by Blank, Rose and Berlin in 1978. It is a structured approach to encouraging a child in developing their verbal reasoning skills. It breaks down the language learning model into smaller and achievable steps. At Level 3 - The child learns to use language to talk about stories and events, to retell information and develop his understanding of experiences based on ‘common links’.
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Lesson summary: Beginning to retell
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