The art of storytelling from parents to professionals
by Harvey, Hannah Blevins.
|Format:||Book on CD 2012|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Summary"So how do you tell stories that stick-- in your own mind and in the minds of your family, friends, colleagues, and clients? That's precisely what you'll learn in The Art of Storytelling: From Parents to Professionals.Teachers, lawyers, clergy, coaches, parents, and anyone who wants to understand the power of stories to capture hearts and minds will benefit from the lessons presented in this course" -- From publisher's web site.
ContentsTelling a good story
The storytelling triangle
Connecting with your story
Connecting with your audience
Telling family stories
The powerful telling of fairy tales
Myth and the hero's journey
Tensive conflict and meaning
Giving yourself permission to tell
Visualization and memory
Discovering point of view
The artful manipulation of time and focus
bridging characters and audience
Developing complex characters
Plot and story structures
Emotional arc and empathy
Varying the narrator's perspective
Preparing to perform
Putting performance anxiety to good use
Adapting to different audiences
Invitation to the audience
Keeping your audience's attention
Remember your stories
the power of orality.
|Series||Great courses (Compact disc)|
|Publisher|| Chantilly, Va :Teaching Company,2012
Lecturer: Hannah B. Harvey.
Course guidebook included.
12 lectures, 30 min. per lecture.
"Course no. 9313."
In two containers (25 cm.).
12 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (vi, 176 pages).
Book includes bibliographical references.