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    • StorybirdFatima Muthanna Ali20091619COL270-007
    • Outline:The definition of the storyThe importance of the storyStorybird
    • The definition of the storyDictionaryQuotes
    • The definition of the story  Story is a tale that is made up for entertainment or a retelling of something that occurred or a piece of gossip that is being spread.
    • Story Quotes “Ifyouve heard this story before, dont stop me, because Id like to hear it again”. Groucho Marx “Lessons of wisdom have the most power over us when they capture the heart through the groundwork of a story, which engages the passions” Laurence Sterne
    • The importance of the story Explain new concepts. Making ideas more clear. Inspiration. Create memories.
    • Storybird What is a Storybird? Benefit of storybird. Registering in Storybird Create your story Quiz References.
    • What is a Storybird?  Website application that publish stories.  The purpose of this website.  Who use it.
    • The purpose of Storybird Build new relations between friends, and family. Published stories, and sell them. Development of your knowledge.
    • Who use storybird? ?
    • Benefit of Storybird Artist Parents Teachers  Publish their • Create their • Developing their stories, and children’ stories. skills. creativity such as • Read published • Explain their pomes stories lessons.  Connect with their • Encourage their fans. children to read.  For business advertisement
    • Registering in Storybird. Agree to register. Disagree to register.
    • How to register Follow this website. Now… time of creating
    • Disagree to register
    • Create your story.ThemesMy story
    • Themes.
    • My story
    • Quiz Time
    • Quiz What is the definition of story.  narrative tale.  Jane Eyre.  All of the above.
    • Quiz Who use storybird?  anyone  Artists only.  people false True
    • Quiz True/falseyou must register in storybird, if you want to make stories. false True
    • Congratulation you can start creating stories.
    • Bibliography 1farfosha. (2011). Screencast. Retrieved from youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/1farfosha?feature=mhee#p/a/u/1/oPOuz6B0-9I 1farfosha. (2011). Screencast . Retrieved from youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/1farfosha?feature=mhee#p/a/u/0/8Km7WHNU7g8 graphicshunt. (n.d.). Retrieved 2011, from graphicshunt: http://www.graphicshunt.com/images/teaching-13240.htm Magana, L. (n.d.). Story Frame. Retrieved 12 4, 2011, from Fall10ell: http://fall10ell.wikispaces.com/Picture+Frame+Map Marx, G. (n.d.). Brainy Quotes. Retrieved 2011, from Brainy Quotes: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/keywords/story_2.html Sterne, L. (n.d.). Brainy Quotes. Retrieved 2011, from Brainy Quotes: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/keywords/story_2.html Story. (2011). Retrieved 11 22, 2011, from your dictionary: http://www.yourdictionary.com/story