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STORYTELLING

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on 3 April 2014

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Transcript of STORYTELLING

" After nourishment,
shelter, and
companionship, stories
are the thing we need
most in the world."

- Philip Pullman
"It is part of the human personality to use it and to want it"
ACTIVITY PAGE
Look in your backpack and pull out one unique belonging

Get into groups of 4 and create a storyline using those objects


Telling Stories Without Books
Literacy
Oral literacy involves a shared background plus a
level of competence.

Follows beginning, middle, end sequence.

Building blocks of thinking and imagining, describing, creating, expressing ideas, reading, and writing, making connections, phonetic and phonemic awareness, self-awareness,
Chapter 10
STORYTELLING
OBJECTIVES:
Describe how storytelling can help
language growth.

List teacher techniques in storytelling.

Demonstrate the ability to create a story that meets suggested criteria.

Describe promotion of child-created stories.


Seemingly easy, spontaneous, intimate sharing of a narrative with one or many persons.
What is storytelling?
The storyteller's presentation is:
Crucial to humanity because it has transcended time.
One of the OLDEST and most effective art forms.
UNIQUE!
Manifested through Face, Gestures, words and voice
Benefits
Not as popular in classroom as picture book reading:
However, there are many benefits:
Lack of teacher confidence
Inability to hold student attention
Story must be memorized
Teacher is more in tune with individual student wants, needs, and comprehension
New ideas and words are quickly grasped
Picture Books
Picture Books
not all are good for story telling
It is best to make it an audience participation story
During and After
Use of
literate language
is important
while storytelling.
Discussion Activities:
Sequence of Events
What happened to characters in the story?
Locations & Setting
Climax!
Other Story Sources
Gestures, Facial expressions, body language, and variety in tone of voice are observed.
A story idea can also be self-created
Teacher created stories can fill a void
Collections,
anthologies,
resource books,
children’s magazines,
films,
story recordings
Are good sources to find stories!
Story telling is a natural part of social interaction.
Story Songs
Many stories can be introduced through song!
These give opportunities for children’s oral, physical, and creative expression or child involvement in story telling.
Story songs can be used to complement, extend, and reinforce classroom activities.
Selecting Books
What is Important when selecting a book:
Age Appropriate.
Plot
Style
Values
Memorable Characters
Sensory
Visual Images
Theme
Story Structure
Enthusiasm
TYPESofSTORIES
FOLKtales
FAIRYtales
CLASSICtales
FABLES
PARTICIPATIONstories
Development of Communication
Springboard to Reading
Solving Problems in a Safe Environment
Imagination
ACTIVITY PAGE
add-on story
Bonding with Peers
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