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Winter/Spring, 1996 (Issue 9) Theme: STORYTELLING in the CURRICULUM

Meet KERRY MALLAN
From Queensland University of Technology in AUSTRALIA
(Pictured on cover. Also see pages 6 and 22-23.)

Information about Storytelling in the Curriculum/Classroom

4 Two Teachers' Opinions: The Use of Storytelling for Skills and Discipline, by WILMA HOFFMAN, Bullhead City, Arizona, and JUDY WOLFMAN, York, Pennsylvania
6 Personal Stories in the Classroom, by KERRY MALLAN, Queensland, AUSTRALIA
7 Storytelling in the Classroom: Some Theoretical Thoughts, by DR. R. CRAIG RONEY, Detroit, Michigan
11 A Story Collection for Year-Round Telling for Grades K-3, by PAM JOHNSON, Johnson City, Tennessee
15 ...I Think I Can, I Think I Can, I Think I Can... Using Children's Stories with Adolescents, by SUZIE BOOKER, Indianapolis, Indiana
18 Never To Old for Stories (Tales of a High School Information Specialist), by CAROL FIFIELD, Miami, Florida
22 The Road Less Traveled: Storytelling and Imaginative Play, by KERRY MALLAN, Queensland, AUSTRALIA

Ready-To-Use Stories for Curriculum/Classroom

9 Reminders, by JANICE MAYNARD, Seymour, Tennessee
19 The King's Moat, by DR. JOHN OWSTON, Kingsport, Tennessee
20 Bella and Beastly, by PATRICIA HRUBY POWELL, Tuscola, Illinois
21 Big Ben and Little Louise, by MARY DRUMWRIGHT, Bristol, Tennessee
24 Classroom Rap Fun: Hans & Gret, by PATRICIA HRUBY POWELL, Tuscola, Illinois

A Special Challenge to Storytellers/Writers/Listeners: Two Companion Stories

12 Essentials of Socially Appropriate Manual Manipulation of Prepubescent Cranial Cavity Evacuation (Paper presented before the Esteemed Assembly of Respiratory Therapists, convened at the Nasal Academy, Port Folio, South Dakota), by KEITH YOUNG, Kingsport, Tennessee
13 How to Blow Your Nose (Paper not presented anywhere), by KEITH YOUNG, Kingsport, Tennessee

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14 Tips from the Storytelling Coach, by DOUG LIPMAN, Boston, Massachusetts

 

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