Children Tell Stories: Teaching and Using Storytelling in the Classroom / Edition 2

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Children's Literature
Anyone who works with children will be amazed at the power of storytelling to move listeners and tellers alike. This book exemplifies that power. Adults can easily get children started with the helpful instructions, narratives, examples, quick exercises or hint boxes, and story bibliographies provided. The bibliographies feature a hefty chunk of folktales—the natural structural beginning point—plus easily told picture books. Family stories are encouraged as well. A supplemental DVD shows winsome real children telling stories in a variety of settings: a third grade workshop, a family storytelling night, and at school. Practicing classroom, ESL, and literacy teachers explain why this skill is so important to children's reading, writing, speaking, and thinking. The authors provide guidelines for set-up, helping children use expression and gestures, and being a supportive coach. Venues for celebrating stories, assessment and self-evaluation tips, and stories to print out and jump-start storytellers are also included. It is a great package for parents, teachers, club leaders, and drama coaches to help children discover and rejoice in their, perhaps newfound, abilities to spin stories in ways that will enchant listeners. Appendices include: suggested anthologies keyed to easy, medium, and hard; storytelling resources, websites, and recordings; references; and an index. 2005, Richard C. Owen, Ages Adult.
—Susan Hepler, Ph.D.
School Library Journal
Combining enthusiasm and inspiration with practical tips, handouts, and resources, Hamilton and Weiss offer a comprehensive second edition that will be useful to both novice and experienced tellers. Citing studies that confirm the educational value of storytelling, the authors demonstrate how such activities correlate well with state standards that involve language-arts skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Step-by-step instructions on effective story selection, learning, and telling will empower even the most timid teller. In addition, the authors give many suggestions for connecting storytelling with writing and other classroom activities. Children's librarians, library media specialists, and teachers will appreciate the complete bibliographies, listing "Picture Books for Telling in Four Categories of Difficulty," and anthologies whose stories are coded for levels of difficulty. Unit plans, strong bibliographies, numerous activity and exercise suggestions, ideas for differentiated instruction, and a detailed resource-rich appendix add to the value of this book. The accompanying high-quality DVD shows children and adults telling stories, gives Web links, and includes 25 stories to download and print. This resource goes a few steps further than Nancy Schimmel's Just Enough to Make a Story (Sisters' Choice, 1992) and Kendall Haven's Super Simple Storytelling (Libraries Unlimited, 2000).-Lee Bock, Glenbrook Elementary School, Pulaski, WI Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781572746633
  • Publisher: Owen, Richard C. Publishers, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/1/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 298

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