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  • To convince those who have witnessed the power of storytelling, sometimes you need quantitative research that systematically measures and reports on the relationships between the variables to compliment your anecdotal evidence. Research has shown that children that are exposed to quality storytellers have shown the following gains… You can find the research at www.storynet-advocacy.org
  • Presentation for study trip 2011

    1. 1. October 14th 2011<br />Field Trip Day<br />
    2. 2. Storytelling <br />Transcends all ages, learning styles and abilities<br />Oldest and most powerful teaching and learning method<br />Promotes inventive thinking and problem solving<br />
    3. 3. Curriculum Connections - TEKS<br />110.6 TEKS for 4th Grade English Language Arts and Reading<br />Knowledge and Skills<br />Listening/speaking/purpose<br />Listening/speaking/ critical listening<br />Listening/speaking/appreciation<br />Listening/speaking/culture<br />Student Tellers<br />Listening/speaking/audiences<br />
    4. 4. Curriculum Connections - TEKS<br />110.6 Language Arts<br />113.6 Social Studies<br />117.14 Art<br />117.15 Music<br />117.16 Theatre<br />
    5. 5. Student Tellers<br />
    6. 6. High Quality Field Trip<br />Professional Storytellers<br />8th Annual Lone Star Storytelling Festival<br />Professional Venue<br />Frisco ISD Annual Supporter<br />Expert Event Planning<br />Storytelling Librarians<br />
    7. 7. What the Research Says… <br />Writing skills are strengthened <br />Vocabularies are expanded<br />Visualization skills are expanded<br />Memory is enhanced<br />Attention spans are stretched<br />Understand and appreciate different cultures<br />Connections developed between past, present, and future<br />www.storynet-advocacy.org/<br />edu/quantitative-studies.shtm<br />
    8. 8. KIDS LOVE IT!<br />
    9. 9. KIDS REALLY LOVE IT!<br />

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