A manual in the Advanced Communication Series, containing information about telling folk tales, personal stories, stories with morals, emotional stories, and stories about historical events or people.

The ProjectsEdit

The Folk TaleEdit

Time 7–9 minutes
  • Tell a folk tale that is entertaining and enjoyable for a specific age group.
  • Use vivid imagery and voice to enhance the tale.

Let’s Get PersonalEdit

Time 6–8 minutes
  • Learn the elements of a good story.
  • Create and tell an original story based on a personal experience.

The Moral of the StoryEdit

Time 5–7 minutes
  • Understand that a story can be entertaining yet display moral values
  • Create and tell a new, entertaining story that offers a lesson or moral.
  • Tell the story, using the skills developed in the previous two projects

      Planning Your Story

  • Keep them simple. A story that has a lesson or moral should have a simple plot and simple characters
  • Make them about a universal subject. A topic should be something with which people are familiar.
  • Give them a twist.
  • Make sure they have a plot, setting, conflict, action, and character development.

The Touching StoryEdit

Time 6–8 minutes
  • Understand the techniques available to arouse emotion
  • Become skilled in arousing emotions while telling a story

Bringing History to LifeEdit

Time 7–9 minutes
  • Understand the purpose of stories about historical events or people and use the storytelling skills developed in the preceding projects to tell a story.


Catalogue No. 226K

Pages in category "Storytelling"

The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.

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