The Development of Expressive Elaboration in Fictional Narratives
- The Edge of the Precipice. Cook, Jimmie E.; Cook, Pamela J. // Teaching Pre K-8;Nov/Dec91, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p22
Examines the art of storytelling and how it can facilitate learning. Benefits of storytelling; Why teachers are fearful of storytelling; How to become better at it.
- OPHELIA'S LAST WORD. // Spider;May2004, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p37
The article presents children's guide to storytelling. The storyteller collects a wide variety of items to remind him or her about particular stories to tell. Each item represents one story. Then, when story teller turns to the story bag for an idea, he or she picks one object to remember a...
- FROM THE EDITOR. // Inkwell;Spring2008, Issue 23, p13
The author reflects on storytelling. He recalls his childhood when his mother read books like "Little Women," "Secret Garden" and "Whoever Heard of a Fird" aloud to him and his sisters every summer night. According to the author, there is something magical about a story told in a comfortable...
- ComprensiÃ³n oral de narraciones y producciÃ³n narrativa: dos medidas a travÃ©s de una tarea de recontado. Bustos Ibarra, Andrea; Crespo Allende, Nina // OnomÃ¡zein;Dec2014, Vol. 30, p111
Research on the development of oral production in childhood requires a methodological design that allows controlling tasks and variables consistently. This study aims to analize the retelling technique as well as the incidence of the oral comprehension in stories elicitation. In order to do...
- UNLocK tHe Secrets to Story telliNg. Hopkins, Heather M. // Footsteps;May/Jun2006, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p48
The article gives suggestions for storytellers to master secrets of story telling. The first step is to find a good folktale that one would like to present. Learn the chosen story. No need to memorize it word for word, but read or listen to the story over and over, or write it out until one can...
- Storytelling in the Classroom or Library. Butler, Dianne // Mississippi Libraries;Fall2013, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p18
The article offers suggestions in storytelling in the classroom or library. It describes how stories can aid students learn helpful skills through the art of storytelling, such as the spooky jump tale made popular by the African American storyteller, Jackie Torrence. It also discusses several...
- TELL IT AGAIN. Casmir, Fred L. // Today's Speech;Sep1964, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p8
Presents the author's views on achieving success in storytelling. Importance of the quality of the story to succeed in reaching the audience; Effectiveness of the storyteller's creative ability; Interpretation of the characters in the story.
- Storytellers of Children's Literature and their Ideological Construction of the Audience. Poveda, David; Morgade, Marta; Alonso, Bruno // Oral Tradition;Mar2009, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p227
The article discusses research on storytelling as a social activity and analysis of verbal art to examine how the storytellers construct their audience. The study centered on the interconnection of two themes which includes the trajectories of storytellers on the personal and professional level...
- Let me tell you a storyâ€¦. Hartman, Bob // Challenge Newsline;Dec2004, Issue 44, p4
Presents tips and techniques in storytelling in school. Benefits of effective storytelling to children; Citation of the techniques in effective storytelling.