Collection of stories for teaching history in primary schools with a set of follow-up activities for each topic.
Author: Chris Smith
Publisher: Storytelling School
Collection of stories for teaching history in primary schools with a set of follow-up activities for each topic. Stories cover commonly taught topics and are designed to be learned and retold orally by students. Each story comes with engaging and inclusive ways to link that story to history teaching, English literacy skills and other subject areas. A one stop shop for primary history teaching with stories that have been tried and tested in the classroom.
This book covers a range of issues at the heart of teaching history, such as the use of talk, the pitfalls of narrative as a pedagogical tool, translating curriculum content into lessons, story telling and story making.
Author: Dr Grant Bage
In recent years there has been a massive revival of interest internationally in what story can offer to education. This book covers a range of issues at the heart of teaching history, such as the use of talk, the pitfalls of narrative as a pedagogical tool, translating curriculum content into lessons, story telling and story making. It also questions what it means to teach, the difficulties for teachers of remaining constructively critical of policy, and their own practice, during periods of national legislation and change.
Using Narratives to Facilitate Attachment in Adopted Children Denise B. Lacher,
Todd Nichols, Joanne C. May. ents, aunts, and ... Passing on the family traditions, history, and rituals Faith and values can be transmitted in claiming narratives ...
Author: Denise B. Lacher
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Category: Family & Relationships
Children whose early development has been damaged by abuse or neglect are notoriously difficult to reach. Through many years' therapeutic work with adopted children and their families, the Family Attachment Center of Minnesota has developed an exciting and innovative technique which uses stories as the main mode for helping parents to communicate and connect with their troubled children. Connecting with Kids through Stories is an accessible guide to Family Attachment Narrative Therapy for the parents of adopted or fostered children, and for the professionals who work with them. Providing a thorough theoretical grounding, and detailed information on therapeutic techniques and how to assess progress, the book shows parents how to create their own therapeutic stories to promote increased attachment and improved behavior in their child. The authors describe how different kinds of narratives can help with specific difficulties and illustrate their techniques with the story of a fictional family who develop their own narratives to help their adopted child heal. The Family Attachment and Counseling Center of Minnesota works to promote the growth and healthy functioning of individuals and families through professional guidance, with a particular emphasis on services for children. The Center's Family Attachment Narrative Therapy program has been especially developed to help children whose development has been compromised by early life trauma and attachment relationship difficulties.
He does not have a shared history with his new family. Sharing the stories behind
the family jokes helps the child identify with the family. A story about the time
Uncle John and Dad almost drowned catching frogs explains the mystery of why
Author: Melissa Nichols
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Category: Family & Relationships
Adopted children whose early development has been altered by abuse or neglect may form negative beliefs about themselves and parents, and may resist connecting with others. This book outlines how therapeutic stories can help children to heal and develop healthy attachments. With a thorough theoretical grounding, the book demonstrates how to create therapeutic stories that improve relationships, heal past trauma, and change problem behaviour. The story of a fictional family that develops its own narratives to help their adopted child heal illustrates the techniques. This second edition includes updated research on attachment, trauma and the developmental process; a new chapter on parental attunement and regulation; and a new chapter with full length samples of a variety of narrative types. The gentle and non-intrusive techniques in this book will be highly beneficial for children with attachment difficulties. This guide will be an invaluable resource for parents of adopted children and the professionals working with them.
Together with the companion volume, The Storytelling School Handbook for
Teachers, it provides an essential ... History Through Stories: Teaching Primary
History with Storytelling Storytelling Schools Series, Volume IV Chris Smith and
Author: Chris Smith
Publisher: Hawthorn Press
Collection of stories for teaching science in primary schools with a set of follow up activities for each topic. Stories cover commonly taught topics, designed to be learned and retold orally by students. Each story comes with engaging and inclusive ways to link that story to science teaching, English and other subjects.
These stories are told from one generation to another. If people know the stories
of the land, they are never lost. The people feel a deeper connection with their
personal and cultural history through the landscape. The Klamath tell similar ...
Author: Brian "Fox" Ellis
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This all-new set of original science tales for children utilizes the power of storytelling to explore ecology's big ideas, providing extensive accompanying teacher support for maximum impact. • A dozen original tales that celebrate our relationship to the wild world through creative writing • More than 30 lesson plans for using the book's stories to the fullest, including separate plans for teaching each story to students at different levels • Dozens of original pen and ink drawings that illuminate the natural world • An annotated bibliography of books and websites for teachers and students, allowing further exploration of the ideas examined in the stories
Lesser's gunning tales provide valuable insights into handling, training and hunting grouse and woodcock with setters. Weisse's thorough analysis of the historical record rewrites the history of the English setter."--
Author: Walter A. Lesser
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited
The real story behind the development of the Ryman English setter. Walter A. Lesser and Lisa M. Weisse detail the Rymans from their origins through the present day. Having bred and hunted with Ryman setters for more than 50 years, Lesser profiles the man George Ryman and how his breeding program used Laverack and Llewellin lines to create the ideal hunting setter. Lesser's gunning tales provide valuable insights into handling, training, and hunting grouse and woodcocks with setters. Weisse's thorough analysis of the historical record rewrites the history of the English setter. From the breed's development in the 1800s, through the field/show split, to George Ryman's breeding, her outstanding research sheds light on the truth about these events. Hunters, field trialers, show aficionados, and anyone interested in English setters will find a wealth of valuable information within this book. Includes 67 Ryman setter pedigrees.
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This study considers the stories of self of men and women across 200 years, from peasants to Tolstoy, as 15 historians and literary scholars situate narratives of self in their historical context.
Author: Laura Engelstein
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Russians have often been characterized as people with souls rather than selves. This study considers the stories of self of men and women across 200 years, from peasants to Tolstoy, as 15 historians and literary scholars situate narratives of self in their historical context.
This two-volume set offers comprehensive coverage of horror literature that spans its deep history, dominant themes, significant works, and major authors, such as Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe, and Anne Rice, as well as lesser-known horror ...
Author: Matt Cardin
This two-volume set offers comprehensive coverage of horror literature that spans its deep history, dominant themes, significant works, and major authors, such as Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe, and Anne Rice, as well as lesser-known horror writers. * Describes horror literature during different periods, thus helping readers understand the roots of modern horror literature, how works of horror have engaged social issues, and how horror has evolved over time * Connects horror literature to popular culture through sidebars on film adaptations, television shows, video games, and other nonliterary, popular culture topics * Includes excerpts from selected literary works that exemplify topics discussed in the entries that support English language arts standards by enabling students to read these excerpts critically in light of the entries * Prompts students to consider the nature of horror as a genre, the relationship of horror literature and social issues, and how horror literature intersects with mainstream supernatural concerns, such as religion
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And dealing with the world and its own evolving. This is the story of over ten years of writings, from the ages of 14-26 years. Someone leading themselves out of the dark and into the light. This was my way and this is my story.
Author: Anna Michelle Walden
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Things seem to be happening very quickly. Some things were secrets. And I knew these secrets would never be appropriate, for any conversation, in any lifetime. However, it was my reality. Was anything good going to come out of this? There was too much to tell, and no one would understand. I didn't even understand-so how could anyone else? It seemed improbable that I would get what was inside, out of me. It wasn't how I was raised to discuss this negativity . . . to "air out one's dirty laundry," it just wasn't accepted. Was it all my fault? These vulgar and unprecedented events that were beginning to destroy me. I decided to block it out, keep it inside and keep moving with my life. Trying, waiting for the day I would get past it and walk through the door of the other side. The other side of all this madness. In the meantime, I had to do something with my emotions, my secrets and my feelings. They were locked up, tighter than tight. I began to write in journals. Entries that were poems and anecdotal stories of what was happening in my life. I had to become my own inspiration. I had to somehow get what was inside...out. A young girl's life filled with devastation, tragedy and self-destruction was all on its way. It was already here! Still maintaining a happy, ambitious life but harboring guilt, anger and resentment. And dealing with the world and its own evolving. This is the story of over ten years of writings, from the ages of 14-26 years. Someone leading themselves out of the dark and into the light. This was my way and this is my story. My story . . . in poetry.
" History intrudes into private lives and more in the thirteen tales, collected here for the first time. The volume includes several new, never previously published pieces.
Author: Xu Xi
Publisher: Chameleon PressLtd
From the turbulent sixties through the nineties, here is a "history" of Hong Kong, told through fiction by one of the city's leading writers. These stories represent the evolution of a voice, as she strives to create art out of her birthplace, "the city that remains my perpetual concern." History intrudes into private lives and more in the thirteen tales, collected here for the first time. The volume includes several new, never previously published pieces.
Author: National Geographic Learning National Geographic LearningPublish On: 2017-02-28
National Geographic Learning's U.S. History American Stories connects 8th grade students to the history of our land.
Author: National Geographic Learning National Geographic Learning
Publisher: National Geographic Learning
American Stories is a middle school U.S. History program that matches content rigor and richness with accessibility for all students. The program connects historical events to students' lives today and promotes empathy, tolerance, and understanding for all people. Emphasis is on student engagement, empowerment, and active citizenship. True to National Geographic's mission, American Stories embraces diversity, honors cultural heritage, and advocates for taking care of the planet we all share.History is the story of people. It is a living thing, and students are part of it. American Stories encourages students to become stewards of the past--the protagonists of their own discoveries.
Author: James TAYLOR (D.D., of Glasgow.)Publish On: 1852
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This book charts the history of the people, with stories drawn from documented sources, oral tradition, Gaelic song, and from the author's own experiences of many years travelling around the island.
Author: Bill Lawson
The Isle of Lewis, the largest and the most northerly of the islands of the Outer Hebrides, has had an eventful story. This book charts the history of the people, with stories drawn from documented sources, oral tradition, Gaelic song, and from the author's own experiences of many years travelling around the island.