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Beowulf: Final Challenge. Creative storytelling. Storytelling Devices. The key of a storytelling presentation is the STORYTELLER/ are the STORYTELLERS. A good storyteller should be DRAMATIC, EMPHATIC, CLEAR, AUDIBLE, CHARISMATIC, and SENSITIVE. 3. Oral storytelling skills include:

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Beowulf:

Final Challenge

storytelling devices
Storytelling Devices
  • The key of a storytelling presentation is the STORYTELLER/ are the STORYTELLERS.
  • A good storyteller should be DRAMATIC, EMPHATIC, CLEAR, AUDIBLE, CHARISMATIC, and SENSITIVE.
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3. Oral storytelling skills include:

  • Dialogshould make use of different voices for different characters and using the Storytelling "V" - where you will shift your facing (or posture) as the dialog switches from character to character.
  • Use your voiceto create the atmosphere or tension as the story progresses.
  • Use gestures and facial expressionsadd much to the visualization of the story. Be sure they are appropriate and natural. Practice them!
  • Pacinginvolves both the volume and rate at which you speak, and the progression of the action in the story. Dialog slows a story's pace down, while narrating action speeds it up.
  • Repetition and Exaggerationhave always been basic elements of story telling.
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Storytelling Devices

4. Dramatic interpretation should only be SECONDARY to the story tellers. These may include: dramatization, shadow play, puppetry, film, etc.