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Storytelling for teachers and school library media specialists

Storytelling for teachers and school library media specialists

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Published by T.S. Denison in Minneapolis, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Storytelling,
  • Activity programs in education,
  • School libraries -- Activity programs

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 49-52.

    Statementedited by Carol Lawrence, Jennabeth Hutcherson, James L. Thomas.
    ContributionsLawrence, Carol., Hutcherson, Jennabeth., Thomas, James L., 1945-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1042 .S83
    The Physical Object
    Pagination56 p. ;
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3788423M
    ISBN 100513017143
    LC Control Number81065700
    OCLC/WorldCa7753287

    Storytelling, story-times, and book talks will be included at your request. Available to individual classrooms, large group assemblies, or school fairs and open houses. To schedule, contact the Head of Youth Services, Laura Wilson, at least one month in advance at , ext. or email [email protected] The library () is also automated through Book Systems Atriuum. Middle school students visit the library with their English/reading teachers or on an individual basis as time permits. High school students use the library as scheduled by their teachers or on an individual basis. Library hours are a.m. - p.m., Monday through Friday.

      Booktalking and Storytelling. Posted on December 2, Below are a few suggestions for Web sites that provide tips on how to engage children (and others!) in discussing a book. By selecting a book that has meaning to the child, new memories and traditions can be created. Provides booktalks prepared by school library media specialists for. The most resourceful library media specialists can organize visits from guest authors and storytellers (both live and digitally) for a reasonable price, especially if they're engaging in programs.

    Digital Storytelling For the digital storytelling assignment, there are several things to accomplish: Learn about ways that students, teachers, and media specialists are using digital storytelling, across k grade levels and disciplines; Explore a variety of technology tools that support digital storytelling. Beginning in , the Best Apps for Teaching & Learning and the Best Websites for Teaching & Learning will be presented as one list: The Best Digital Tools for Teaching & Learning. To view archives of the previous apps and websites recognized, please visit the links below: [columns=2][column] Best Apps for Teaching & Learning Best Websites for Teaching & Learning.


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 56 pages ; 28 cm: Contents: The artistry of once upon a time / by Leah Wilcox --The art of storytelling / by Charlemae Rollins --Starting in storytelling / by Eric A.

Kimmel --The folktellers / by Barbara Home Stewart --What of storytelling / by Mary H. Carey --Once upon a time / by Lucille C. Thomas --Storytelling experiment. Children's librarians, library media specialists, and teachers will appreciate the complete bibliographies, listing Picture Books for Telling in Four Categories of Difficulty, and anthologies whose stories are coded for levels of by: Storytelling for Teachers and School Library Media Specialists by James L.

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Write on. I also perform solo talks about the writing process, the storytelling arts, and share lively readings from my books. Stretchy Library Lessons series Library media specialists with short teaching time slots will appreciate Miller's twenty-minute lessons, and those with longer classes will adore the "stretchy" activities included to extend them in this series of Stretchy Library these lessons ahead, and you will be a successful Stretchy library media specialist.

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Information on our signature programs (Jim Harbin Student Media Festival, SSYRA, SSYRA Jr., FTR) is found here. A high school library media specialist uses storytelling regularly in her oral presentations for students. For an audience of adolescents, stories need to be selected carefully and edited to keep the action moving.

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Additionally, media specialists are involved with the. Books and media on skills needed by classroom teachers and librarians such as storytelling, book talking, managing a media center, etc. Gifts The IMC librarians follow the guidelines on gifts as stated in the collection development policy for the general collections of the Appalachian State University Library.

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