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On Medium. So are conflict, voice, gesture, and facial expression. The tales of how clever we were, how wise, how we won, mostly fail. The practised jokes and witty one-liners crash and burn. Honesty matters. Vulnerability matters. Having a place where the story starts and a place it's going is also important.
That was not my mother's name' The Guardian, Tips on oral storytelling, from a couple of masters. For example, "Professional oral storytellers don't memorize their stories, says Ellouise Schoettler. You want to remember 'beats' and actions. She quoted Donald Davis as telling people to think of stories as crossing a creek -- you need to get six stones across the creek.
You need to know what's supposed to happen -- what series of actions occur. You don't need to remember all the words.
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A difficult story can powerfully alter not only he who tells it but also they who hear it. From experience to story to prose. When we talk about language arts in our school, we focus on reading and writing instead of nourishing the whole oral and kinesthetic package that is our spoken language. He argues that talking and writing need not be mutually exclusive in language development.