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  • 1. By Associate Prof. Dr. Wajuppa Tossa Western Languages & Linguistics Department Humanities & Social Sciences Faculty MAHASARAKHAM UNIVERSITY ,THAILAN D Rajamonkhla University 26 JANUARY 2011 BANGKOK SEAMEO-SPAFA, BANGKOK
  • 2. Waikhru: Paying Homage to Teachers Translated by Wajuppa Tossa มาลาดวงดอกไม้ ( ๒ ) เอาตั้งไว้เพื่อบูชา ขอบูชาคุณพระพุทธ ( ๒ ) ผู้ได้ตรัสรู้มา ขอบูชาคุณพระธรรม ( ๒ ) ที่ได้นำสั่งสอนมา ขอบูชาคุณพระสงฆ์ ( ๒ ) ผู้ได้ทรงพระวินัย ด้วยจิตอันนอบน้อม ( ๒ ) พร้อมด้วย กาย และ วาจา Mala duang dokmai Ao tang wai phue bucha Kho bucha khun phra phut Phu dai tratsaru ma Kho bucha khun phra tham Thi dai nam sang son ma Kho bucha khun phra song Phu dai xong phra winai Duay jit an nobnom Phrom duay kai lae waja
  • 3. BIRD IN HAND A folktale from India by Margaret Read MacDonald , Earthcare; World Folktales to Talk About, Linnet Books, 1999. Retold by Wajuppa Tossa
  • 4. THE TAILOR’S JACKET A Jewish folktale by Margaret Read MacDonald , Earthcare; World Folktales to Talk About, Linnet Books, 1999. Retold by Wajuppa Tossa
  • 5. TWO GOATS ON THE BRIDGE A Russian folktale by Margaret Read MacDonald , PEACE TALES; World Folktales to Talk About, Linnet Books, 1999. Retold by Wajuppa Tossa
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    • TECHNIQUES
        • WHAT IS STORYTELLING?
    • TYPES OF STORYTELLING
    • 2. CONTENTS
    • STORIES
    • FOLKTALES
    • CREATIVE STORIES
  • 7. Storytelling is the interactive art of using words and actions to reveal the elements and images of a story while encouraging the listener’s imagination. National Storytelling Network, USA. Storytelling is a form of communication from the heart of the storyteller to the heart of the listener. www.storynet.org/resources/knowledgebank/whatisstorytelling . html. Wajuppa Tossa, Telling Tales from Asia, APECEIU, 2010.
  • 8. TYPES OF STORYTELLING TELLING WITHOUT PROPS (MOSTLY ACTIONS, GESTURES, FACIAL EXPRESSIONS) TELLING WITH SOME PROPS WITH PICTUREBOOKS WITH HANDKERCHIEF WITH STRING WITH DRAWING WITH FINGERS
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    • THE HEART OF STORYTELLING
        • Heart to heart communication
        • Caring for the audience
        • Audience participation
  • 10. What is the folktale ? Folktales are stories orally transmitted and passed on by word of mouth from generation to generation. The first and most important function of folktales is to entertain. While being entertained, listeners will certainly absorb these most valuable lessons inherent in the tales as they are that also serve as the “repository of history, language, culture and values, and their spiritual functions.” Wajuppa Tossa, Telling Tales from Asia , APECEIU, 2010. The folktale is the tale of the folk or ordinary people.
  • 11. CREATIVE STORIES STORIES WRITTEN OR TOLD BY SOME ONE.
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    • LISTEN TO SOME SAMPLE STORIES 30 MINUTES
    • 2. WORK IN GROUPS OF 10-12 FOR 15 MINUTES
    • CHOOSE TO PRESENT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
    • 3O MINUTE
  • 14. --ANOTHER VERSION OF TWO GOATS . . . --FINGER STORY --MIME --BODY IMAGE --WRITE A SONG AND SING --DRAW PICTURES AND SHOW --A SKIT TAKEN FROM ONE OF THE FOLKTALES --FIND A FOLKTALE RELATING TO THE TOPIC OF CLIMATE CHANGE TO RETELL A CLOSING STORY OR SONG EACH PRESENTATION SHOULD BE 3-5 MINUTES LONG
  • 15. A Closing Song This pretty planet, spinning in space Your garden, your harbor, your holy place Golden sun going down Gentle blue giant spins us around All through the night Safe till the morning light. Learned from Nat and Jenny Whitman  
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