The Educational Benefits Of Teaching Storytelling. Compiled By Tom Palumbo Author…Amelia Earhart, Once Again. The Educational Benefits Of Teaching Storytelling. Storytelling is creativity and imagination that can be transferred to all subjects.
Compiled By Tom Palumbo
Author…Amelia Earhart, Once Again
Storytelling is creativity and imagination that can be transferred to all subjects.
Storytelling fosters leadership skills.
Storytelling helps to make critical connections to the language arts…talking, listening, reading, writing, viewing, and visually representing.
The state standards for oral communication are strengthened by storytelling.
Storytelling builds school to career foundations and bridges to the workplace.
Storytelling creates lifelong readers.
Storytelling enhances self esteem.
Understanding the value of and the preservation of our oral and written history is a key storytelling goal.
Storytelling enriches emotional development and helps the storyteller deal with problems in his or her life.
The appreciation of diversity, your culture, and the culture of others is presented and taught throughout storytelling.
Stories are excellent tools for teaching character education and the desirable behaviors we wish all would have.
Storytelling creates important frames of reference that students will need for later encounters in conversation and historical investigations.