Language Development Through Storytelling

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Language development is an ongoing process for everyone. While we may work with English Language Learners, all of our students can benefit from effective English Language Development strategies. One …

Language development is an ongoing process for everyone. While we may work with English Language Learners, all of our students can benefit from effective English Language Development strategies. One of the most natural ways to learn a language is through conversation and storytelling. And fortunately, we all have a story to tell, but sometimes our students struggle to tell that story. Many students, including language learners, lack the skill sets or vocabulary to effectively share their learning. There are simple yet empowering strategies that can be used every day to help them set their stories free.

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  • 1. Language Development Through Storytelling
  • 2. Math Reasoning Through Storytelling
  • 3. Problem Solving Through Storytelling
  • 4. Scientific Method Through Storytelling
  • 5. Life Through Storytelling
  • 6. ! Storytelling
  • 7. ! Story
  • 8. Your Story
  • 9. My Story
  • 10. Our Story
  • 11. “We are the stories we tell.” Darren Kuropatwa @dkuropatwa
  • 12. “The human species thinks in metaphors and learns through stories.” Mary Catherine Bateson
  • 13. + story = Darren Kuropatwa @dkuropatwa
  • 14. _ story = Darren Kuropatwa @dkuropatwa
  • 15. The boy is sad.
  • 16. The boy is sad.
  • 17. Welcome to class.
  • 18. If it were _______, I would choose______, which means I would need to ______ and ______.
  • 19. SEASONS Spring Summer Fall Winter ACTIVITIES to swim to go to the park to play soccer to rake leaves
  • 20. bit.ly/ncce14ell ELL VOCABULARY
  • 21. 4 Slide Story ‣ 1 line per slide ‣ 1 picture per slide ‣ 4 slides per story haikudeck.com
  • 22. If you want to share… padlet.com/wall/ncce14story #ncce2014
  • 23. Personalize the task. dearphotograph.com
  • 24. Tell me a story.
  • 25. 6 Word Stories
  • 26. Six words are more than enough.
  • 27. Poop everywhere. They were not amused.
  • 28. 5 Picture Stories
  • 29. 4 Slides Story
  • 30. Tell me a story. ‣Choose a story type. ‣Choose an app or apps. ‣Take your own pictures. ‣Include yourself. ‣Share your story.
  • 31. Apps Haiku Deck Instagram PicCollage Haiku Deck PicMonkey Phonto
  • 32. Share your story… padlet.com/wall/ncce14story #ncce2014
  • 33. Jeremy K. Macdonald @mrmacnology bit.ly/ncce14ldt bit.ly/ldtslides14