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Storytelling Cookbook

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A practical guide for teachers, youth workers and educators on how to use storytelling to enhance creativity and learning.

Aims of the tool

This toolkit was developed with aim to introduce reader with storytelling, its different types, as well as to share tips how one can become better storyteller and how storytelling can be used to enhance learning and creativity of young people.

Description of the tool

Topics such as planning the storytelling activity, storytelling types, inventing and constructing stories, delivering and performing stories are covered in the toolkit. Authors share also several stories that can be used for various educational purposes, providing ideas how to prepare audience and atmosphere for each story, how to tell it, how to conclude it, as well as questions to reflect about after hearing the story.

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SALTO cannot be held responsible for the inappropriate use of these training tools. Always adapt training tools to your aims, context, target group and to your own skills! These tools have been used in a variety of formats and situations. Please notify SALTO should you know about the origin of or copyright on this tool.

Tool overview

Storytelling Cookbook

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/1898

This tool addresses

Group Dynamics, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development, Peer education

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Sandra Horea and MarCus Vrecer

in the context of

This booklet was produced within a strategic partnership project "Creative Learning Cookbook" implemented with financial support from European Commission. More information: creativelearningcookbook.tumblr.com

The tool has been experimented in

A large part of the exercises included in this toolkit were tested or developed during the international training course "Storytelling+". More information and participants' feedback: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aidm7XHfqjk

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Inese Priedite (on 16 August 2016)

and last modified

16 August 2016

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