STORYTELLINGMaría Obregón SánchezRocío Raba LópezMarta Velasco Moratinos
What is story telling?What is a story? What is a telling?Storytelling is the art of using language, vocalization, and/orph...
Read aloud or tell stories?You dont have to learn the storyand you dont worry about makingmistakesBUT...You must be carefu...
Remember!It requires some practise
How do you tell stories?Preparing theenvironmentYourmannerYour voiceThelanguageYour bodyandface
Benefits of StorytellingThrough the stories you can...Know your world,learn values andnew knowledgeand vocabularyDevelop l...
ActivitiesTeachertells a storyChildren cross outthe words theyhave listenedIn turns, childrenmay invent an endfor the stor...
Web applicationsYou can choose thecharacters, thebackground andthe languageYou can add gestures and change the camera ange...
Example of Storytelling
WebgraphyEducational technology mobile learning http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/06/list-of-best-free-digital-story...
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  1. 1. STORYTELLINGMaría Obregón SánchezRocío Raba LópezMarta Velasco Moratinos
  2. 2. What is story telling?What is a story? What is a telling?Storytelling is the art of using language, vocalization, and/orphysical movement and gesture to reveal the element andimages of a story to a specific, live audience.Person-to-person oral andphysical presentation of a storyto an audienceSpecific structure of narrativewith a specific style and set ofcharacters and which includes asense of completeness
  3. 3. Read aloud or tell stories?You dont have to learn the storyand you dont worry about makingmistakesBUT...You must be careful not to readquickly and you must payattention to the listenersYou are giving children a personalexperience. You can see childrensfacesBUT...You must learn the story wellenough to tell it without the book.Risk of making some mistakes
  4. 4. Remember!It requires some practise
  5. 5. How do you tell stories?Preparing theenvironmentYourmannerYour voiceThelanguageYour bodyandface
  6. 6. Benefits of StorytellingThrough the stories you can...Know your world,learn values andnew knowledgeand vocabularyDevelop learningstrategies:listening,imagination,memorize, erc.Develop every kindof intelligence andbuild a emotionaldevelopment
  7. 7. ActivitiesTeachertells a storyChildren cross outthe words theyhave listenedIn turns, childrenmay invent an endfor the storyAssociate eachkeyword witha gesture
  8. 8. Web applicationsYou can choose thecharacters, thebackground andthe languageYou can add gestures and change the camera angeYou can watch andlisten to your storyCreate your own video-story
  9. 9. Example of Storytelling
  10. 10. WebgraphyEducational technology mobile learning http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/06/list-of-best-free-digital-storytelling.htmlWhat is storytelling? http://www.eldrbarry.net/roos/st_defn.htmWright, A: Storytelling with childrenJ & Ellis, G & Girad, Denis. The primary English Teacher Guide. http://moodle.unican.es/file.php/735/songs_stories/Brewster-cap._14-Stories.pdfThe benefits of storytelling. http://www.fdcchildren.org/index/learning-tools-and-materials/story-telling/the-benefits-of-story-telling.html

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