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Open-Ended Stories in reading comprehension

Open-Ended Stories
Open-ended stories are usually employed as a moral dilemma strategy depicting an apparent conflict
between two or more courses of commonly accepted right action. They may be used effectively with
problems which may not necessarily involve moral dilemmas, eg to tell someone about an aspect of their
behaviour that is worrying; to investigate something puzzling; to research historical events/situations.
Planning
1. Identify the purpose of the open-ended story in relation to the inquiry.
2. Prepare an open-ended story.
3. Devise activities which will reinforce the desired outcomes, eg role-play, consequence charts.

Managing
1. Present the open-ended story, eg by telling, reading, viewing a video.
2. Use questioning techniques to guide students’ discussions and understandings of the particular
situations posed.
3. Allow students to discuss solutions in pairs or small groups.
4. Discuss and list alternative solutions/endings.
5. Use strategies such as role-play and consequence charts to examine alternative solutions.
6. Arrange a plenary for groups to present their findings to the class.
7. Assist the students to form opinions based on critical analysis of the group presentations.
8. Allow students to make their own generalisations and/or arrive at a resolution that they consider to
be suitable

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