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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Amy E Spaulding
|Awards:||Winner of Storytelling World Resource Awards: Special Storytelling Resources Category 2012.
Winner of Choice Magazine Outstanding Reference/Academic Book Award 2011.
|Description:||vi, 210 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Teaching storytelling and teaching through storytelling --
Welcome and congratulations --
Celebrate the joy of storytelling --
A living art: how does learn one stories? It is worth the effort --
Types of stories --
Selecting a story, and version to tell --
Building a program --
Performance issues --
Interacting with the audience --
The business of storytelling --
Storytelling versus storycrafting: traditional versus current forms --
The ethics and psychology of storytelling --
The energy of storytelling --
Storytelling in times of anxiety and change --
The storyteller's responsibility to the audience: choosing stories you trust --
Storytelling values, the value of storytelling --
Appendix A: Storiography --
Appendix B: Story collections --
Appendix C: Webliography: web sites useful to storytellers and students.
|Responsibility:||Amy E. Spaulding.|
Spaulding's passion for storytelling is evident as she shares the skills she has learned over the years. She repeatedly drives home the importance of traditional stories and the hard but rewarding