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Shake-it-up tales! : stories to sing, dance, drum, and act out

Author: Margaret Read MacDonald
Publisher: Little Rock, Ark. : August House, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"An essential tool for librarians looking for participation tales from different cultures. Each of the 20 stories is easy to learn and MacDonald provides wonderful ideas on how to inspire elementary-aged children to join in and become part of the storytelling tradition"--Amazon.com.
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Genre/Form: Tales
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Read MacDonald
ISBN: 0874835909 9780874835908 0874835704 9780874835700
OCLC Number: 43706817
Notes: "With help from Jen and Nat Whitman, Wajuppa Tossa, and the Mahasarakham Storytellers."
Description: 174 p. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Playing with story --
Chanting, Singing, Dancing, Drumming: Chants, claps, motions, and sound effects: The Terrible nung guama / China --
Miera miera meow! / South of France --
Singing tales: Batis! Batis! / France --
Telesik / Ukraine --
Dancing tales: El Conejito / Panama --
Pickin' peas / Alabama --
Drumming tales: Fari Mbam / Gambia --
The Big man drum / Dai folktale from China --
Talk-Back Tales: Stories with improv slots: The Girl who wore too much / Pu-Thai folktale from Isaan (Northeastern Thailand) --
Buchettino / Italy --
Riddle stories: The Rich man seeks a daughter-in-law / Isaan (Northeastern Thailand) --
The Hare who married a princess / Fon folktale from Benin --
Dramatic play: Actors-from-the audience: The Little old woman who hated housework / elaborated from Scottish folk tradition --
What a wonderful life! / retold from Jewish folk tradition --
Tandem telling: The Elephants and the bees / Thailand --
Little boy frog and little boy snake / based on an Ekoi folktale --
Story theatre: Pan Kotsky / Ukraine --
Nanny goat and her two little kids / France --
Act-it-out tales: Baby rattlesnake's first rattle / Pawnee --
Tom Thumb's wedding / Italy --
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Responsibility: Margaret Read MacDonald ; with help from Jen and Nat Whitman, Wajuppa Tossa, and the Mahasarkham Storytellers.

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"An essential tool for librarians looking for participation tales from different cultures. Each of the 20 stories is easy to learn and MacDonald provides wonderful ideas on how to inspire elementary-aged children to join in and become part of the storytelling tradition"--Amazon.com.

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A nice addition to any young readers library.

by AnchorageSchools (WorldCat user published 2009-08-06) Good Permalink

     This was such a wonderful book that shows you by explanation how to really involve your audience in telling a story.  Such a great resource to learn, teach and show wonderful ideas to engage all in your story.

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