The Story Performance Handbook

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SUBJECT INDEX

B
Book Review Digest, see Reading aloud chapter books, resources
Book Review Index, see Reading aloud chapter books, resources
Book talk, see Reading aloud chapter books, excerpt selection

F
Family story, see Storytelling self-created tales
Flannel board stories, see Storytelling with props, felt board stories

L
Lesson plan for kindergartners, see Performance programs, sample programs for kindergartners

M
Magnetic boards, 90
Mediated storytelling, see Storytelling with props
Motifs, see Plot motifs (story construction from)

N
Narrative structure of stories, 125

P
Performance programs, 159–180
balancing reading aloud & telling, 162–163
delivery, 177–179
endings, 164
extended practice activities, 179
introductions, 164
preparation, 163–177
resources, 179–180
sample programs, 165–177
for adolescents, 175–177
for adults, 165–167
for kindergartners, 171–174
for primary grade children, 168–170
in schools, 159–163
selection, 163–164
transitions, 164
working with varied audiences, 160–162
Personal narratives, see Storytelling self-created tales
Plot-concept, theme trait matching for chapter books, 45–46
Plot-concept, theme trait matching for picture books, 12–14

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The Story Performance Handbook
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Credits ix
  • Preface xi
  • Part I - Reading Aloud 1
  • 1 - Introduction to Reading Aloud 3
  • 2 - Reading Aloud Picture Books 6
  • 3 - Reading Aloud Chapter Books 43
  • 4 - Reading Poetry Aloud 69
  • Part II - Transition to Storytelling 77
  • 5 - Sharing Stories Through the Use of Props 79
  • Part III - Storytelling 111
  • 6 - Introduction to Storytelling 113
  • 7 - Stand-Up Storytelling 118
  • 8 - Telling Your Own Self-Created Tales 141
  • Part IV - Developing Story Performance Programs 157
  • 9 - Creating a Story Performance Program 159
  • References 181
  • Author Index 187
  • Subject Index 191
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