Creative Storytelling: Choosing, Inventing, and Sharing Tales for Children

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Yellow Moon Press, Mar 1, 1991 - Performing Arts - 200 pages
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This book is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide that tells readers about the following aspects of storytelling: sources & types of stories; how to gear stories toward children of different ages & interests; techniques for remembering & adapting stories; & how to utilize personal experiences to create new stories. Provides specific tips on tone, pacing, & atmosphere; examines how storytelling leads to a wide range of other creative activities; & features a new section on storytelling & environmentalism, with information on creating stories that foster environmental awareness.

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User Review  - Diana - Goodreads

Most helpful in telling my Spellbinder stories to children in the schools. Illustrations for effectively delivering the story as well as some of the stories themselves could be used in the classroom. Read full review

Contents

FINDING STORIES
73
REMEMBERING
97
AFTERWORD
191
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About the author (1991)

Jack Maguire was born in Denison, Texas and attended both the University of Texas a Denton and the University of Texas at Austin, where he received the Society of Professional Journalists Award as the "Outstanding Graduate in Journalism" for his writing in the Daily Texan. Maguire was the Executive Director of the University of Texas Institute of Texas Culture from 1976-1986. He has written two textbooks on Texan history and developed a Texas Trivia Game that is used in the classroom. Maguire has written over 1600 columns, more than 500 articles, and nine books. His column, Talk of Texas, is the longest running in the history of Texas.

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