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6 edition of Storytelling for young adults found in the catalog.

Storytelling for young adults

a guide to tales for teens

by Gail De Vos

  • 133 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Libraries Unlimited in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Young adults" libraries -- Activity programs.,
  • Teenagers -- Books and reading.,
  • Storytelling.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementGail de Vos.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ718.5 .D4 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 208 p. ;
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3687167M
    ISBN 101563089033
    LC Control Number2003051648

    Keywords: language teaching, motivation rate, storytelling approach, vocabulary knowledge 1. Introduction The educational value of using stories and the technique of storytelling have always been undisputed throughout the world. Nowadays, more and more EFL teachers of young learners are using carefully selected stories fromFile Size: KB.   INTRODUCTION. I admit that Digital Storytelling, Applied Theatre, and Youth: Performing Possibility was a tough read for me. The publisher’s blurb states that it “offers the first comprehensive examination of digital storytelling as an applied theatre practice,” and the first chapter intrigued me enough that I put it on my list of readings for my Independent Study.

    The Mortified Podcast is a storytelling series where adults share the embarrassing things they created as kids—diaries, letters, lyrics & beyond—in front of total strangers. PS: It totally likes you. The Mortified Podcast is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at Adolescents are often an overlooked clinical population. Among school-based practitioners, there is a natural inclination to focus the delivery of mental health services, assessment measures, and intervention plans on younger children, and there is a strong research base to support these programs. On the other hand, the waiting rooms of most practitioners in private practice are filled with.

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Storytelling for young adults by Gail De Vos Download PDF EPUB FB2

This annotated bibliography of stories for young adults-containing both reprints and original retellings- from around the world and throughout the ages, is the new second edition of the best selling Storytelling for Young ds of story suggestions are organized by theme within broad genre categories: Tales of the Fantastic, Tales of the Folk, Tales of Life,4/5.

DeVos shares effective storytelling techniques, tells you how to pick a good story, and suggests a multitude of storytelling extensions before introducing an excellent bibliography of 4/5(2).

Storytelling for Young Adults was written with the express purpose of helping storytellers and educators find good stories for the young adult audience. In the decade since its publication, a wealth of new material has been published for the telling, so the annotated stories in this volume have all been found in those books, the ones published.

Storytelling for young adults book author stresses the importance of telling stories to young adults, and offers good advice on selecting material that will interest them.

Following a chapter on storytelling basics, the book is arranged by theme and includes myths, legends, and folklore.

Each section is followed by Storytelling for young adults book short bibliography. Their book is recommended for therapists working with a variety of issues relevant to adolescents and young adults who are interested in using storytelling, creative writing, photography, and drawing as methods for helping clients with self-concept and identity as they struggle with developmental and societal issues facing many teens."5/5(2).

storytelling is an appropriate and effective way in enhancing young learners’ skills and interest in English and improving their learning output. Rokhayani ( 10) holds that storytelling provides an outstanding opportunity for young learners to master the foreign Size: KB.

"Storytelling for Young Adults is an incredibly valuable addition to the storytelling literature, and it will make a useful addition to a school library media center's reference collection, particularly if the media specialist wants to try sharing stories with teens.

The stories included here are, indeed, well chosen for their appeal to /5(2). This annotated bibliography of stories for young adults-containing both reprints and original retellings- from around the world and throughout the ages, is the new second edition of the best selling Storytelling for Young ds of story suggestions are organized by theme within broad genre categories: Tales of the Fantastic, Tales of the Folk, Tales of Life, Tales of the Spirit Author: Gail De Vos.

This annotated bibliography of stories for young adults-containing both reprints and original retellings- from around the world and throughout the ages, is the new second edition of the best selling Storytelling for Young ds of story suggestions are organized by theme within broad genre categories: Tales of the Fantastic, Tales of the Folk, Tales of Life, Tales of the Spirit.

Storytelling also presents certain literary devices in a demonstrative and memorable way. Children will see and hear the building of plot, characterization, climax, conflict, conclusion, etc. Perhaps rhyme or poetic prose will be used to tell the story, allowing children to hear the way the language sounds and how that can add to the story.

This annotated bibliography of stories for young adults-containing both reprints and original retellings- from around the world and throughout the ages, is the new second edition of the best selling Storytelling for Young Adults.

Hundreds of story suggestions are organized by theme within broad genre categories: Tales of the Fantastic, Tales of the Folk, Tales of Life, Tales of the Spirit.

Get this from a library. Storytelling for young adults: a guide to tales for teens. [Gail De Vos] -- Discusses the value of storytelling as a teaching tool for use with teenage audiences, offers advice on choosing and telling stories, and includes brief plot summaries and bibliographic information.

The book reveals how storytelling changes the teachers and students in important ways. What tales can I tell teens to get them excited about stories. De Vos, Gail.

Storytelling for Young Adults: A Guide to Tales for Teens. Westport, Conn.: Libraries Unlimited,   "Storytelling constitutes a richer way of knowing than our field has yet embraced, particularly when it comes to the challenge of connecting with young adults in libraries today," McDowell said.

"Whether our stories are folktales based on ancient myths or tweets about the apps on our phones, storytelling is a process of communication.". This book explores the lives of young people through the lens of storytelling.

Using extensive qualitative and empirical data from young people’s conversations following storytelling performances in secondary schools in the UK, the author considers the benefits of stories and storytelling for learning and the subsequent emotional, behavioural and social connections to story and other genres.

"Storytelling for Young Adults is an incredibly valuable addition to the storytelling literature, and it will make a useful addition to a school library media center's reference collection, particularly if the media specialist wants to try sharing stories with teens.4/5(11). Picture books are especially enjoyable for adults to read aloud with young kids.

The chapter books on our list are generally best for elementary through early middle school age tween kids. You can filter to sort by the best book type for your kid. When it comes to children’s stories about storytelling, there are a Author: Bookroo.

Young children need structured activities, continual guidance and verbal instructions. Provide a syllabus, handout and reading materials to adults. Teens and adults are more self-directed and benefit from materials that they can read on their own, such as an explanation of storytelling techniques and upcoming assignments%(73).

Get this from a library. Storytelling for young adults: techniques and treasury. [Gail De Vos] -- Discusses the values of telling stories to young adults and provides a guide for appropriate tales to be used.

Even if the age range on the book jacket implies that you were"supposed" to have graduated from young adult novels long ago, YA books are an addicting reading pleasure for both the young and the all, there are no rules to reading; all ages are welcome any time, any : Mckenzie Jean-Philippe.

Home Everyday Storytelling Through Media: Engaging Bellingham Young Adults in Media Literacy. WhatcomTalk is a community social network delivering positive stories about what it’s like to.Find the perfect editor for your book. Overauthors trust the professionals on Reedsy, come meet them.

Young Adult is perhaps the largest category of new fiction today. Or, to put it another way, writing young adult fiction seems to be at an all-time high.

There’s something about adolescence — coming of age, first loves, first. Young adults find interesting tales and sometimes new family through senior storytelling program. CREATING COMMUNITY – Tiffany Hasker has been listening intently to Harry Wong over the past several months.

She’s going to write a book about him. The two have met at least 10 times in a private room in the Rosa Parks Senior Center.