about which the narrative rotates, and from which it obtains an open and flexible meaning. example The Wizard of Oz storyThe artifice storythat is developing its surprise, not from the appearance of any exposure, or the appreciation of any image, but from the interlocking of two seemingly incompatible ingredients: be these two disparate storylines, perspectives or indeed realities e.g. The Lord of the RingsSteps teachers go through to prepare for presenting a story to children
1.Before they can present the book to their class they need to pre-read the story to ensure it will fit their kids and also their academic goals.2.Create a storytelling atmosphere3.Once they are sure the story is the correct story they would need to practice the story so that they can present the story to the kids with feeling and grab their attention from the beginning.4.They often practice gestures and hand movements to help keep the kids engaged. It also involves them in the story if you can have them do the hand motions with you.5.Planning at what points during the story they want to stop and ask questions toengage the children and their critical thinking skills.(Booker, 2005)References Booker, C. (2005). The seven basic plots: Why we tell stories. LondonHawthorne, N. (1930). Selections from Twice-told tales ..New York: Macmillan.Machado, J. M. (2016). Early childhood experiences in language arts early literacy. Australia: Cengage Learning.Partridge, E. N., & Partridge, G. E. (1914). Story-telling in school and home: A study of educational æsthetics. New York: Sturgis & Walton Co.
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