Category Archives: Bringing a Story to life via Voice

GROUP 1 Resources

Storytelling as Resistance for Marginalized Voices and Communities

My posts are a video with a description, and also two quotes. The connecting theme I am presenting with each of each of these works is how storytelling is both a political and personal act of resistance and liberation for marginalized voices and their communities. -Veronica … Continue reading

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Autobiographical Storytelling

Autobiographical storytelling is a broad genre within storytelling. The genre encompasses many forms of storytelling such as the stories that we tell on a daily basis, oral history projects, digital storytelling projects, live storytelling in which the performer narrates a … Continue reading

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Morals and Humanness in Storytelling to Achieve a Goal

“History, [Aristotle] says, narrates things that have happened, while tragedy relates to events or incidents that may happen.  And this . . . is the reason why tragic poetry is more philosophical than history; it speaks of universals, while history … Continue reading

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CJ Jones is a famous deaf storyteller who makes a living performing to deaf and hearing audiences all over the world. Storytelling plays a huge part in deaf culture. While it often does not include the human voice, voice is … Continue reading

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Bringing a Story to life via Voice–Storytelling for K-12

The reading for our class on Wednesday, February 6th, Once Upon a Time:  An Introduction to the Inaugural Issue, addresses the burgeoning issue of “leaving structures in place that will continue the work [of storytelling] in succeeding generations” (4).  Contemporary storytellers are … Continue reading

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