Monday, August 31, 2009

Japati's Recount of " The Little Red Riding Hood"!



Japati's rccount tells us that the big bad wolf was very scary as well. Listen to his story and see if you agree with him.





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22 comments:

NZWaikato said...

Japati! Well done! I am clapping here in my classroom although you can't see me! Or hear me! I always like ready stories because they make me happy and what I REALLY like is that you said the story in such a nice voice! I think the wolf would be really scary and I liked the picture that you drew with it!
Mr Wolf, Melville Intermediate School, Hamilton, Waikato.

Mr Wood said...

What a scary wolf, I would run if I saw it! You read you story in a good clear voice, well done.

Dale said...

I like the story that you chose to read and write about. I would like to be there in person so i could hear it live.

Shelby said...

When I was little that was my favorite story that was the first one I learned. You said that so clear it was very good. It was so cute!

Yazmin said...

I think it is fascinating what you do for these children. You help them get noticed, you should keep doing what your doing because I love watching your kids preform!

jake said...

I am always impressed by how well you guys read. You guys probably read better than I do. I need to talk to you and get lessons. You read very well and don't ever stop. Good job and keep it up.

Katy said...

You are an incredible little boy!You have so much potential and bravery.I highly encourage you to continue this in the future and show everybody your wonderful self!

Yazmin said...

I think it is fascinating what you do for these children. You help them get noticed, you should keep doing what your doing because I love watching your kids preform!

Miguel said...

I think it awesome that little kids are reading. I would never have the nerve to do what your doing.

Amoz said...

I think that you have a lot of courage to get your story and have yourself videotaped and put on the internet. You did a good job.

Ashley said...

WOW!! That was AMAZING!! I think you are very intelligent and I think you have a bright future a head of yourself!! Keep your courage and keep expressing your true self!!

Jose said...

I like the story you children read. It was a old story that has been told for a long time. I use to read this story when i was little but i haven't herd it for years.

Eduardo said...

I liked the story that the little boy wrote and read in front of all those students.

Mikayla said...

You did great at reading your story!!! Little Red Riding Hood was one of the first stories I learned. You will do great when you get older.

Evelyn said...

You have a great future ahead of you. If you start reading an writing more, you will have a great job when you grow up. Step by step your life will become better.

Natosha said...

I love the little red riding hood books. I liked Japiti's story of "The Little Red Riding Hood." I didn't like the wolf when i first read the book but then i started to like him as i read it more and more. I hope that you liked it to.

Erica said...

Hi Japati,

What a wonderful story of The Little Red Riing Hood! I really enjoyed listening to your story. I look forward to seeing more from you and your classmates!I live all the way in the United States!


Erica Burrell
University of South Alabama Student in Dr. Strange's class
http://burrelleedm310fall2009.blogspot.com/

Jenna said...

Hey Japati,
Your picture of the wolf was so scary and it was such a good picture. You did a great job of telling the story and I am looking forward to hearing more from you.

Alicia said...

Japati you did a great job of telling me the story of Little Red Riding Hood. Your an artist as well as a wonderful story teller. I'm looking forward to more of your class rooms posts.

Alicia Cooper
University of South Alabama
Dr. Strange's Class
http://cooperaedm310fall2009.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

I CANT HEAR YOU

Anonymous said...

I CANT HEAR YOU

kris said...

Hi Japati,

Your Story about little red riding hood reminded me of my childhood and made me want to read it again.

Thank you,
Kriston Killingsworth
edm 310 University of South Alabama / Dr. Stranges class