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The Anatomy of a Story

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  1. The Anatomy of a Story The 4 Must Haves

  2. Resolution brings Clarity to the story

  3. It’s not just about the story but also how the story is told that matters

  4. Everyone has a story to tell

  5. Chain sentnece • Work in a pair. • Construct the first sentence of an invented story. • To orally make the sentence, each of you says a word at a time, until a long sentence evolves. • Make the first sentence of: • A ghost story • A pirate story • A love story • A mystery

  6. Folk tale puzzles • Take a colour and find folk with the same colour. • Order your story – what makes sense? • Learn your piece off by heart. • Try and tell your story in order – practise. • Have a go of performing in front of an audience.

  7. The autobiography of anything Imagine the life story of each of those "things." Describe their history backwards through the personal use, purchase, manufacture, to original natural resources from which it or its components were made. Personify the thing and tell its story like an autobiography. • Piece of Paper • Shoe • Pair of trainers • Match • Rubber Band • Paper Clip • Twenty pound note

  8. Storymaker cards

  9. Proverbs What’s the story?

  10. Slides 1 – 11 courtesy of Slideshare andthanks to Christian Saylor http://www.storyarts.org/lessonplans/lessonideas/#tour