The Storyteller S Play
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📒The Storyteller S Play ✍ Marjorie Stapp
✏The Storyteller s Play Book Summary : The Storyteller’s Plays, Book I, delivers four plays: two dramas, a comedy, and a murder mystery. Fast moving with fascinating characters that come alive as if watching them on the stage.
📒We The Storytellers ✍ Sally Armour Wotton
✏We the Storytellers Book Summary : "We the Storytellers provides examples and techniques for expressing deeply held beliefs through the oldest form of communication--stories. This book can be used as a resource on narrative theology for preachers, teachers, and storytellers. Narrative theology is about peeling back the known to discover the unknown. Rather than pronouncing facts, it gives an opportunity for an ""ah ha"" experience. In a sermon it allows the hearer to grasp an element of truth through fiction or personal story--Jesus's method. And narrative theology is about revealing the relationship between God and God's people. What better way to look at relationships than through stories? The book is written in two parts. Part 1 asks what is a sacred story and offers a number of possibilities. Part 2 is a workshop on acting, writing, and presentation skills aimed at those who are drawn to expressing themselves through stories. The stories here are from Sally's own life experiences--the monologues from her imagination. Each story is related to a theme and is humorous, poignant, and human. We the Storytellers will inspire and equip its readers to develop and perform their own sacred stories. "
📒The Storytellers Handbook ✍ Andrew Greenberg
✏The Storytellers Handbook Book Summary : "The Final Nights Hold a Million Stories... From the hidden horrors of the Camarilla to the naked fiendishness of the Sabbat, vampires play at the eternal jyhad. Elders, ancillae, neonates and... others... prowl the night. Only one individual knows all the secrets of the World of Darkness "RM" . The role of the Storyteller is daunting, and this book is an invaluable aid for those who orchestrate Vampire "RM" chronicles. It includes myriad information, including enigmas best left out of players' hands, from creating stories to creating the casts of epic tales. The Vampire Storytellers Handbook revised edition leaves no stone unturned -- except those that hide secrets no mortal should know".
📒The Storytellers Journey ✍ Joseph Daniel Sobol
✏The Storytellers Journey Book Summary : Joseph Daniel Sobol explores the social and psychological roots of the storytelling revival in this compelling examination of an artistic movement whose basic program is the search for myth in a demythologizing age.
📒The Storyteller S Guide ✍ William Mooney
✏The Storyteller s Guide Book Summary : Interviews with respected storytellers provide information on all aspects of storytelling
📒The Age Of The Storytellers ✍ Michael Ashley
✏The age of the storytellers Book Summary : "This is a complete guide to the popular fiction magazines of the golden age of storytelling, with comprehensive illustrated studies of 70 of the most important magazines, and detailed information on over 70 others. Included are such famous titles as The Strand, Nash's, Pall Mall and The Idler, out of which evolved some of the greatest fictional characters - including Sherlock Homes, Fu Manchu, Bulldog Drummond, Father Brown, Jeeves and Wooster, Miss Marple, Just William and Winnie the Pooh. An introduction places the magazines in the context of the evolution of popular literature, showing how these magazines developed not only the most widely read fiction of the day but also many of the literary icons that still shape our imagination"--Back cover.
📒Language Awareness In The School Curriculum ✍ Witold Tulasiewicz
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📒Storyshowing ✍ Sam Cawthorn
✏Storyshowing Book Summary : Take your audience on a journey to leave a more lasting impact Storyshowing is an instruction manual for making connections. Storytelling has been shown to be one of the most effective methods of persuasion, motivation and inspiration, yet the disconnect remains — you're still only telling. To truly influence people, you need to go deeper than that — you need to show them your story. By inviting your audience in, you connect on a much deeper, more emotional level; you bypass the brain and connect at the root of what it means to be human, leaving a profound impact on their entire outlook. This book shows you how to transcend telling and start showing your story, using an easy-to-follow framework you can start applying today. Unearth your own experiences, and bring your vulnerabilities out into the light; share your emotions and forge a path to true communication. Use images, body language and gestures as tools to build that indelible connection; then and only then will people truly engage and transform their thinking. No matter your message, the impact lies in the delivery. This insightful guide equips you with the tools and skills you need to start communicating like never before. Share more powerful stories using a simple 5-step method Build confidence, influence others and make a deeper connection Be more persuasive in presentations, pitches, calls and talks Transform the way people think by inviting them inside your story The difference between telling and showing is like the difference between a lecture and a play. It's the difference between giving information and taking the audience on a journey. The difference between a brochure and a test drive. Storyshowing helps you level up your communication to leave a lasting, more profound impact.
📒The Storyteller S Memory Palace ✍ Hanne Bewernick
✏The Storyteller s Memory Palace Book Summary : Storytelling and remembering rely on similar practices: they both arrange images in an ordered structure. A story is initially memorised by the author in a mental structure which is transferred to the page via the author's choice of location, organisation and imagery. An interpretation that emphasises these features enhances the natural capacity for comprehension by mimicking the memory process. This study describes and uncovers memory systems (including the memory palace and the memory journey) in medieval texts. The ancient memory techniques are compared to cognitive psychology and used to interpret four modern novels. A practical method of interpretation is devised which provides the reader with direct access to a story by opening the door into the storyteller's memory palace.
📒The Evolutionary Origin Of Human Behavior ✍ Keith C. M. Glegg
✏The Evolutionary Origin of Human Behavior Book Summary : Up until now, there has been no explanation of how the outer layers of human behavior helped drive the evolution of ancient reptiles into modern-day humans. How did behavioral phenomena such as play, learning by copying, language, REM sleep, and storytelling influence the development of humanity as a whole? The development of play was particularly important in the evolutionary process, as it provided the bridge between the instinctive brains of reptiles to the powerful brains of birds and mammals. Play, however, is just one factor that can help explain evolution and the development of human behavior. In this book, you'll consider a gamut of issues, including Evolutionary stages The paradox of animals that feed on animals The importance and repercussions of copy-learning Primitive games The emergence of sleep The scientific community needs to think in new ways to accurately look at human evolutionary history. Take that leap, and consider new explanations of old behavior as you read The Evolutionary Origin of Human Behavior: How Play and Evolution Carried Us from Our Reptile Predecessors to the Storytellers We Are.