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  • #1 by Darlene Kascak at September 1st, 2014

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    I have just begun learning Native American Storytelling from a beautiful elder at The Institute for American Indian Studies. I am interested in learning more Native American Stories and attending as many storytelling events as possible while I learn and perfect my skills. I would greatly appreciate it if you can share your stories with me and inform me on future events that I can attend. I have so much to learn but look forward to every minute!

  • #2 by Tere Marichal at March 30th, 2010

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    Susan: integrate some spanish words in the story. if you do not know spanish, ask for help and you can learn another language. also you can integrate objects- from latin culture- show the object before telling the story. if it is a piñata, make one with the kids and ask them to tell a story about their lives or their birthday with piñata. musical instruments are great for developing stories and integrating language. tere

  • #3 by Buck Creacy at March 5th, 2009

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    Hey there Eric

    Lots going on in my world right now but I intend to be listening in on that PodCast.

    Keep up the good work.


  • #4 by Jonatha Wright at November 17th, 2008

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    I was trying to get into the podcasts. I thought they were on my bookmarks, Oh Well. I want to down load a couple of these terrific podcast on my nano. I’ll find a way. Jonatha

  • #5 by Bob Miller at October 7th, 2008

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    Storytellers belong to a classic group that has existed for thousands of
    years. Every time we tell a story we become another member of the
    storytelling spiritual club. We join Aesop, Homer, Brothers Grimm,
    Charles Dickens, Chaucer, JR. Tolkien and Shakespeare.

    We are the Storytellers !

  • #6 by Susan at June 16th, 2008

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    I am beginning some story hours in English to children whose native language is Spanish. Could anyone give me suggestions of effective techniques to maximize the fun for the children?

  • #7 by Renita Boyle at April 21st, 2008

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    Your podcasts are really brilliant! What a wonderful, ecclectic life affirming community to be part of!

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