Creating a story is only the first step. The next and the most important step is to narrate the story in your classroom. If you narrate your story the right way, it will bring the story alive.
Watch the video below to learn how to express and narrate your story
Emotions are a part of every story. The video talks about various games and activities you can conduct to practice emoting in order to bring alive the different emotions in a story. When you narrate your story, be aware of the point of view from which you are narrating the story. You can dramatize the dialogues, and make them as interesting as you want.
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s CENTA® Shorts to see some examples of storytelling in the classroom