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Literacy Development In The Storytelling Classroom

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Literacy Development in the Storytelling Classroom shows just how powerful a tool storytelling can be for building vital language skills--not just reading and writing, but speaking, listening, visual literacy, and information literacy as well. It is an exceptionally rich and rewarding resource that helps teachers and tellers work together to focus story time on language de ...more
Paperback, 342 pages
Published June 22nd 2009 by Libraries Unlimited
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Elaine Bearden
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This is a collection of case studies / experiences of storytelling actually working in a classroom. I had time to read one of them - "The Turnip: The Great, Big, Enormous Power of Story" by Sherry Norfolk, p. 57. It is an amazing story of how the process of telling and retelling a story with a kindergarten class drew out qualities in one "special needs" student that nobody else had seen. Very moving.
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