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  1.   Jack Tales for Adult ESL
This lesson will introduce non-native speakers of English to the North American Storytelling tradition through Jack Tales.

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    Grade Level: ESL

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  1.   Storytelling with Fire Myths
Home - Biography - Philosophy of Teaching - Resume - Professional Inquiry - Sample Lesson Plans - Student Advocacy - Student Work - Useful Web Links - Contact Information Jen East 10/19/05 EDUC 694 LESSON PLAN Title: Storytelling with Fire Myths Names: Jen East, Lee Krystek, Ms. Lanigan- 5^th grade Topic: Students will present for their classmates a Native American Fire Myth in order to improve their oral language skills. Students will learn specific skills for effective speaking including eye contact, body stance, tempo (slow/fast),...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   Carry on the Storytelling Tradition
Carry on the Storytelling Tradition Link the visual and language arts! After drawing memories in the style of folk artist Clementine Hunter, classmates tell and record each other's stories. 1. Clementine Hunter was born on a Louisiana plantation near Natchitoches in either December 1886 or January 1887. When she was in her 50s, she b...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  3.   Around-the-World Storytellers
Around-the-World Storytellers Discover what daily life is like for children around the world. The captivating Mayaa s World series is a springboard to literacy and appreciation for diversity! 1. Find out about children who live in other places, such as the Maya's World series of books by Maya Angelou. Each book features a child from a di...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K-2

  4.   Styles of Storytelling
STYLES OF STORYTELLING: Reflections of History and Culture Grade Level: Written by: Length of Unit: I. 6th Grade Renee Tryon and Yvette Padilla, Cesar Chavez Academy, Pueblo, CO Five lessons (1 hour each) ABSTRACT Every culture has its storytellers who relate the oral and written traditions of the people in a variety of styles. Th...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Storytelling Lesson Plan at American Folklore.
American Folklore graphic Tall Myths & Ghost States Heroes & Campfire Animal Native Canadian Tales Legends Stories Lore Villains Stories Stories American Children's Folklore Mexican Stories Folklore Weather Lore Lesson Plans Railroad Stories ESL Tongue Twisters Latin American Folklore Storytelling Lesson Plan by Barbara Strobel Grades: 4 and 5 Duration: 4 - 6 days Objectives: To engage children in the art of storytelling To develop public speaking skills Materials Needed Spooky New England Peer-conferencing sheet Rubric Teacher Prep: Read part III: Invisible wonders of Spooky New England (you can real...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   Tradition Through Technology: Native-American Storytelling and the Web
...erforming Arts Visual & Performing Arts: Literary Arts Browse By Grade K-2 3-5 6-8 9-12 Adult Browse By Project Bay Area Mosaic Coastal Clash Gallery Crawl Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures Not in Our Town Northern California QUEST Spark You Decide Tradition Through Technology: Native-American Storytelling and the Web Students research legends on the Web and use the HyperStudio graphics program to re-create Native America legends. PDF Download (PDF) Educator Resource Details _ Grade Range K-4 Social Studies - Diversity Topics Media Studies - Media Production/Technology Language Arts Resource Type Lesson Plan D...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  7.   American Folktales (Storytelling)
Manchester College Education Department By Michelle Kiefer Lesson: American Folktales (Storytelling) th Age/Grade Intended: 4 grade Length: 1 week Academic Standards: 4.2.7 Follow multiplestep instructions in a basic technical manual. 4.4.2 Select a focus, an organizational structure, and a point of view based upon purpose, audience, length, and format requirements for a piece of writing. Performance Objec...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Creating and Acting Mammal Stories (Storytelling/Creative Dramatics)
Lesson: Creating and Acting Mammal Stories (Storytelling/Creative Dramatics) Grade Intended 5th grade Length 20-30 minute sessions per day for one week Academic Standards: English Language Arts 5.5.1 Write narratives (stories) that: establish a plot, point of view, setting, and conflict. Show, rather than tell, the events of the story. Performance Objectives: Duri...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Storytelling Lesson Plan: Who'S a Hoosier?
Storytelling Lesson Plan: Who's a Hoosier? Age or Grade Intended: 4th Grade Length: 45 minutes/day for 2 days Academic Standard: 4.7.3 Identify how language usage (sayings and expressions) reflects regions and cultures. Performance Objectives: While working in groups of four, students will create a story about who is a H...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Integrated Social Studies and Storytelling Lesson
MANCHESTER COLLEGE Education Department LESSON PLAN by: Anita Zollars Lesson: Integrated Social Studies and Storytelling Lesson Age or Grade Intended: Fourth Grade Academic Standard(s): 4.7.9 Engage the audience with appropriate words, facial expressions, and gestures. 4.1.8 Summarize the participation of Indiana citizens in the Civil War. Performance Objectives: 1. When given a Civil War picture each student will tell a story...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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