Multicultural Folktales for the Feltboard and Readers' Theater

Multicultural Folktales for the Feltboard and Readers' Theater

Book - 1996
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Judy Sierra has done it again! This sequel to the bestseller Multicultural Folktales to Tell Young Children is the kind of resource teachers and librarians adore because it helps them keep the magic of language and literature alive. It contains 20 short folktales from around the world ideal for classroom use as well as for story hours and suitable for grades K-6. The book clearly describes techniques of effective storytelling and is student-centered, stressing audience participation. Each folktale is accompanied by storytelling suggestions and by traceable patterns that can be used to make feltboard pieces or puppets for readers' theater.

Book News
This sequel to Judy Sierra's Multicultural Folktales: Stories to Tell Young Children features 20 short folktales from around the world suitable for grades K-6. It describes the techniques of effective storytelling, is student-centered, and stresses audience participation. Each folktale is accompanied by suggestions for presenting the story through both the feltboard and readers' theater. Also included with each folktale are traceable patterns that can be used to make feltboard pieces or puppets for readers' theater. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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& Taylor

Presents twenty folktales that include a problem to solve, with patterns for feltboard figures and rod puppets, and tips on presenting readers' theater with older students

Publisher: Phoenix, Ariz. : Oryx Press, 1996.
ISBN: 9781573560030
1573560030
Branch Call Number: TRC P 371.33 SIE
Characteristics: vi, 186 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.

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