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ALISON: Fundamentals of Storytelling in Education for Teachers and Trainers

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  • Samaneh Musavian United States of America how could teachers design and teach on a model of storytelling base on conversation?
    2014-09-05 18:09:01

    • R Turano United States of America A topic or scenencould be given to groups of students and they could preform "plays" or stories.
      2014-10-04 17:10:17
  • Crystal Dunn United Kingdom Do people of different ages respond better to male or female voices? Or a mixture of both?
    2014-08-31 18:08:45

  • Louise Ryan Ireland How important is the quality of voice in oral story telling ?
    2014-08-11 15:08:16

    • R Turano United States of America Some voices make stories reality, others put us to sleep. So, in saying this, I would say it is important.
      2014-10-04 17:10:06
    • Crystal Dunn United Kingdom A soothing voice matters to me during the later hours of the day; I wouldn't want a harsh sound during an evening class.
      2014-08-31 18:08:39
    • Tazeen Asif Pakistan voice is the basic thing that plays such a important role in story telling. teacher or a trainer must have a loud and soft voice with emotions and affectivness when to told a story to their students .
      2014-08-23 04:08:09
    • David Joel Samuels Guyana I believe the quality of one's voice is critical in grabbing the attention of the audience, generating interest, arousing their desires, and getting them to take the desired action.
      2014-08-14 14:08:01
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