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Storytelling in the Classroom
Enhancing Traditional Oral Skills for Teachers and Pupils

  • Alison Davies - RSS Centre for Statistical Education, Nottingham Trent University


March 2007 | 144 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Helping primary teachers to develop the knowledge and skills to improve their storytelling, this book is written by a professional storyteller.

The author shows the reader how to create the plot and characters, how to enhance presentation techniques including voice, expression and movement and how to develop these skills in young people. The stories in the book provide the vehicle for teachers to practise their new skills and give them the confidence to develop their own stories.

Topics covered in the stories include bullying, disabilities, computer games, friendship and greed.

All those interested in reviving, exploring and developing the oral tradition of storytelling for adults and young people will find this book inspirational.

Once upon a time

00T Part One Techniques for Teachers
The Path of the Storyteller

 
Don't lose the plot!

 
It's the Way They Tell Them!

 
In the Classroom

 
Happily Ever After

 
The King's Cloak - a Traditional Tale

02T Part Two Tales for Telling
Spot the difference - A tat Rootwhistle Tale

 
Second Chances - A Tat Rootwhistle Tale

 
The Butterfly Boy - A Tat Rootwhistle Tale

 
Playing By Numbers - A Tale of Data Handling

 
The Magic Box - A Magical Tale About Self Belief

 
Only in Pictures - A Tat Rootwhistle Tale

 
The Water Lord - A Traditional Tale of Good and Evil

 
To Be Me - A Tat Rootwhistle Tale

 
The Friendship Game - A Tat Rootwhistle Tale

 
The Music Man - A Traditional Ghost Story

 
 
Bibliography and Further Resources

Good read throughout with useful elements that can easily be incorporated.

Mr Fraz Dar
Faculty of Engineering & Computing, Coventry University
July 1, 2015

An excellent book for anyone that delivers a course to early years practitioners.

Miss KATY MEREDITH
CARE DEPARTMENT, COLEG Y CYMOEDD
June 12, 2015

Recommended to CACHE L3 studying the new QCF course. Meets the assessment criteria that requires students to have an understanding of activities that encourage language, literacy and communication.
Includes lesson plans and ideas.

Mrs Beverley Owen-jones
SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE, Neath Port Talbot College
September 13, 2013

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ISBN: 9781412920254
£29.99