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Beyond the Beanstalk: Interdisciplinary Learning Through Storytelling / Edition 1

Beyond the Beanstalk: Interdisciplinary Learning Through Storytelling / Edition 1

by Lynn Rubright


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 2900435070280
Publisher: Heinemann
Publication date: 08/19/1996
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Lynn Rubright is an educator, workshop leader, speaker, writer, and professional storyteller. Her graduate course Storytelling Across the Curriculum has been taught at Webster University, St. Louis, since 1971. Project Tell (Teaching English Through Living Language), Rubright's three-year federally funded Title IV-C program for a suburban St. Louis school district, explored ways storytelling and related expressive arts could be used to motivate students. She is also cofounder of the Metro Theater Circus (now called Metro Theater Company), which won a Winifred Ward award for best new children's theater.

Table of Contents

Beyond the Beanstalk: An Interdisciplinary Storytelling Unit

Frog and Toad's Garden: Storytelling, Drama, Science, Poetry

Rosie's Walk: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Bellerophon and Pegasus: Storytelling and Movement

The Sea: Movement, Stories, and Poetry

Storytelling and Music

Children as Playmakers and Playwrights

Learning Tales to Tell Quick and Easy: Listening and Reading

Ananse the Spider: Storytelling African Style

Family Folklore: Storytelling and Creative Writing

History Telling: An Oral History Project

Eldertel: Senior Citizens and Children Share Stories

Storytelling and the Writing Reading Process: An Interview with June Von Weise

Artist-in-Residence Programs

Stories to Tell--Quick and Easy Appendixes: A. Then and Now: A Family Folklore Interdisciplinary Storytelling Unit B. Storytelling, Movement, and Drama Exercises C. Bookmaking

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