All scripts which are used with GMRT families contain four (4) elements making them unique.
- Every script has an introduction page for readers to explore before, during and after group meetings. This is often referred to as Flipped Learning.
- Parts are all color-coded for easier reading and to maintain readers’ focus and place in the script.
- Pictures added to scripts are placed on the right side of the text to enhance the text without interfering with the reading.
- Vocabulary and/or words of special interest are highlighted and linked to their pronunciation and definition.
Our Executive Board reviews every script before it is placed in a curated library which is made accessible to all licensed facilitators of GMRT Families.
3 sample scripts:
- If You Give a Pig a Pancake – An example of using a simple “picture” book. Although a simple story, review the introduction to see how many different academics are addressed?
- The Lily Root– An example of turning a short story into script. Again, look at the variety of things to explore in the introduction.
- Fred Rogers – An example of an original script.
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