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Theater of the Mind: Audiobooks Live and on Stage! Presented at NCTE 2007

Theater of the Mind: Audiobooks Live and on Stage! Presented at NCTE 2007

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    • 1. Theatre of the Mind: Audiobooks Live on Stage! Bruce Coville James Howe Mary Burkey
    • 2. Voice Voice
    • 3.
      • Voice
      • is like verbal fingerprints that a writer imprints on the page.
      • It is a mix of individuality, confidence, engagement with the topic, and reader rapport, and something that keeps the reader reading.
    • 4. Story
    • 5.
      • Once upon a time, oral storytelling ruled.
      • It was the medium through which people learned their history, settled their arguments, and came to make sense of the phenomena of their world.
    • 6. Medium
    • 7.
      • a means by which something is expressed, communicated, or achieved
      • a form of storage for computer software, such as magnetic tape or disks
      • Compact Oxford English Dictionary of Current English Third Edition
    • 8. Audience
    • 9.
      • the assembled spectators or listeners at an event
      • origin: Latin audientia , from audire ‘hear’
    • 10. Reading
    • 11.
      • the action or skill
      • of reading
      • an interpretation of
      • a text
      • Compact Oxford English Dictionary of Current English Third Edition
    • 12.  
    • 13. Timeline
      • 2000 BCE 220 AD 1455 AD
      1871 1917
    • 14.
      • Of the ten uses Edison envisioned for
      • recorded sound
      • Phonographic books
      • were number two – and music was number four
    • 15. Listening…
      • Increases fluency
      • Raises reading comprehension
      • Enlarges vocabulary
      • Boosts pronunciation skills
      • Supports struggling readers
      • Expands literature experiences
      • for proficient readers
      • Improves test scores
    • 16. Evaluating Audiobooks
      • Audio Publishers Audie Award
      • YALSA’s Selected Audiobooks
      • Notable Children’s Recordings
      • Odyssey Award
    • 17. Full Cast at Work
    • 18. Recording Emperor Mage
    • 19. Recording Emperor Mage
    • 20. Recording Emperor Mage
    • 21. Recording Emperor Mage
    • 22. Recording Emperor Mage
    • 23. Kissing the Bee
    • 24. Thanks to Full Cast Audio for sponsoring the appearance of James Howe & Bruce Coville. Suggested audiobooks, resource list & outline available online http://audiobooker.blogspot.com/

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