Lang. and Comm. Skills Tips for Parents and Caregivers - Storytelling Online Test

Which of the following strategies does storytelling involve?


What is story telling?


What is the skill first learned when stories are used with children?


What are the components found in the narration of a good story?


What kind of opportunity does storytelling provide for the child?


What questions can adults ask at the end of the storytelling to determine if the child obtained the information that was being conveyed?


If you were interested in determining if a child who was listening to the story could analyze the information given what are some of the questions the adult could ask?


If you wished to determine if your story telling allowed the child to use the facts or the rules in the narrative what would you ask the child?


When children are asked to retell a story in their own words and what was the main idea what is the adult looking for?


All storytellers need to be aware of the listeners and their surroundings. Storytellers have to decide the level and kind of participation they want from the children. What does this participation invlove?


What are the first four stages of Parenthood described by Ellen Galinsky that correspond to the growth and development of children?


Fanilies are a source of learning. What are some of the things that storytelling help children learn?














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This session will address the use of storytelling as a support for Language and Communication skills with children Stories are first learned by listening. Strong Oral language is necessary for good storytelling. Children learn from story telling as they gain experience understanding the structure of grammar. Story telling allows children to anticipate what comes next. Stories teach, guide, and helps children make choices.

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