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STORYTELLING

FIRST SLIDE FOR THE COURSE
by

Maria Claudia Del Grosso

on 12 September 2012

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Transcript of STORYTELLING

DO YOU TELL STORIES? DO YOU TELL YOUR STORIES WELL? THE TRICK FOR YOUR KIND OF TELLING IS..... TO KNOW YOUR STORYTELLING SELF, HOW YOU NATURALLY LEARN, REMEMBER AND TELL YOUR STORIES. YOU DON´T HAVE TO GET IT RIGHT TO GET IT RIGHT

WHAAAAAT? SO GETTING IT RIGHT WILL MEAN:
GET THE STORY , CHARACTER AND EVENTS ACROSS TO YOUR LISTENERS.
TELL IT AS NATURALLY AS POSSIBLE , WITH ENTHUSIASM AND PASSION. TWO THINGS APPEAR FROM YOUR LONG TERM MEMORY: SENSORY DETAILS: SOUNDS, SIGHTS, SMELLS,FEELS OR TASTES. AND THE WAY YOU FELT WHEN IT HAPPENED OF COURSE, YES. SO DON´T ADJUST YOU TO FIT THE STORY
ADJUST STORIES TO FIT YOU! YOUR AUDIENCE AND THE MOMENT. WHAT DO LISTENERS NEED, REALLY NEED WHEN YOU TELL A STORY? OR DON´T NEED? OK, LET´S PLAY A GAME! IT´S CALLED WHAT MAKES IT REAL! CHOOSING STORIES THAT WILL WORK FOR YOU WHERE DO YOU START? YOURSELF YOU TELL IT YOU LOVE IT STORIES THAT STAY WITH YOU YOU DON´T HAVE TO:
TELL FORMALLY THAT YOU´RE GOING TO TELL A STORY.
TELL A COMPLETE ONE. SIMPLE BITS AND WATCH WHAT HAPPENS. HOW TO PICK UP A STORY SOME ARE GUIDED BY LANGUAGE
OTHERS BY TOPIC, GENRE OR CULTURE
WHEN YOU START TO COLLECT THEM LOOK FOR COMMONALITIES. *SO.........CHOOSE THEM CAREFULLY, TREAT THEM

WITH RESPECT, TELL THEM WITH SOME TIPS:
PICK UP STORIES THAT YOU CLEARLY SEE IN YOUR MIND.
FEWER CHARACTERS, EASIER
SHORT
CLEAR PLOT
CHARACTERS THAT YOU SEE AND UNDERSTAND
LANGUAGE THAT CAN BE ADAPTED TO YOUR OWN NATURAL WORDING
WITH YOUNG CHILDREN STORIES THEY ALREADY KNOW.
CONSIDER YOUR NATURAL STYLE
INTERESTING FOR YOUR AUDIENCE. WHEN DO WE TELL STORIES? The gist Images



Ideas Emotions


We put our wording to them WE REMEMBER: DEVELOP STORY AND A PERSONAL STYLE OF TELLING
First person? Humor?Spooky ones?Long? Short? Finding a Tale (You can always adapt it) BREATHE NEW LIFE INTO OLD TALES
Remember, archetypes create wonderful pictures
and will help you to instantly connect with your audience. Something that maybe old for you is new and exciting to a child. CHOOSE THE BEST Satisfying ending Interesting Characters:
Children relate to children Use succesful devices as: repetition,
Play with words. or.... Create one!!.......Benefits? Original
You can be more flexible with plots and characters
Learning it is easier
Express yourself more freely Where can we find inspiration? Memories (three types of language,description,action and emotion) Pictures ( go where you can find some and ask yourself questions) Other stories (use known formats for example) good vs evil Games of chance (offer options) Other perspectives ( a well known one from another angle or inanimate objects and breathe life into them)
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