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by Bobby Norfolk

eBook The Moral of the Story download ISBN: 0874835429
Author: Bobby Norfolk
Publisher: August House (January 1, 1955)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1788 kb
Fb2: 1777 kb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: lrf lit azw mbr
Category: Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism

Grade 3 Up-Bobby and Sherry Norfolk believe that storytelling is an ideal vehicle for teaching character development. That's the focus of their book, The Moral of the Story, on which this recording is based. They actually tell the moral before the story, but they aren't heavy-handed.

Grade 3 Up-Bobby and Sherry Norfolk believe that storytelling is an ideal vehicle for teaching character development. To keep it light but direct, they use up-to-date dialogue, and in one case hip-hop, for a modern rendition of "The Three Billy Goats Gruff. Young audiences will find their storytelling style comfortable and appealing.

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Really enjoyed this book. Read the stories in the car on a long trip. My children kept wanting one more. Very interesting stories and excellent help in the Story Notes. Also used this book with a small group of students and we had a wonderful time discussing each story. I would love another one just like this with new stories!!!

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Norfolk, Bobby, 1951-; Norfolk, Sherry, 1952-. The stories: Vulture learns the laws of nature - Anansi and the pot of beans - Three billy goats gruff rap - The tailor - The dancing hyena - The secret heart of the tree - Bibi and the singing drum - Teen rap crisis - Kantchil waits for the world to end -. Barney McCay - The lost shoe in the storm - Callaloo. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Bobby and Sherry Norfolk know this, and that's why they forego the lectures and instead perform their Folktales for Character .

Bobby and Sherry Norfolk know this, and that's why they forego the lectures and instead perform their Folktales for Character Development in schools all over the country. These stories teach values and virtues like perseverance and honesty though a memorable vehicle that no one can resist: narrative. The voices in this audiobook are tender, compassionate, and humorous. Based on the book by the same name, The Moral of the Story shows that character education, using storytelling and folktales from cultures around the world, can be fun, enjoyable, non-didactic, and remarkable effective - especially when enhanced by Bobby and Sherry Norfolk's energetic, charming interpretations.

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Emmy Award Winning Speaker, Author, Storyteller, Teaching Artist. St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Powell Hall, St. Louis MO - Peter & The Wolf. Presented in October, November and February. Booking Bobby for Fall 2019/Spring 2020 Now Is The Smart Move! Get the date that is ideal for you before his schedule gets really busy.

The Moral of the Story. August House Publishers.

Bobby Norfolk also worked as a National Park Service Ranger at the Gateway Arch. Now that he has been a past member of the Board of Directors for the National Storytelling Network, he now has the job of serving on the St. Louis Storytelling Festival Advisory Council. To start off his story-telling career, Norfolk made his first appearance in the year of 1979 at the St. Louis Storytelling Festival. This is where he discovered that he could combine his skills of acting and comedic work to become a talented storyteller. With this career, he received many honors and awards. Bobby Norfolk also is a featured artist with Springboard to Learning and the Missouri Arts Council.

Throughout history, traditional cultures have recognized the role of storytelling in teaching values to children. Yet existing curricula indicates most educators have not fully capitalized on the connection between storytelling, folktales, and character education. The Moral of the Story provides a user-friendly, hands-on approach to using storytelling and folktales in character education.
Comments: (5)
Hystana
great!!!!!!!!
Uanabimo
The Moral of the Story offers a great resource for folktales to tell to a variety of audiences. Guidance is outlined for parents and teachers who may want to use these simple and entertaining folktales to spark a discussion about character building. Fun to use the stories as a base and then have the audience change the ending, twist the tale, or define the characters in a different way. Also, it is helpful to research variants of the tales as each is based on fables that have many cultural variants.
Jogrnd
Really enjoyed this book. Read the stories in the car on a long trip. My children kept wanting one more. Very interesting stories and excellent help in the Story Notes. Also used this book with a small group of students and we had a wonderful time discussing each story. Highly recommended. I would love another one just like this with new stories!!!
RUsich155
We need more books that speak to helping children feel better about themself. This is an example of doing just that.
Dawncrusher
This is an excellent book. As a storyteller I know the impact that stories can have on kids, and this book fills a need that many storytellers have for a thoughtful discussion of stories that teach moral principles. As a parent, I know the importance of a moral education for our children, and this book provides an example for any parent on how to use stories to discuss moral issues. The Norfolks provide stories that can be used in a character education program or read or told to your own child, an account of their experiences in using these stories in character education programs, and a discussion of storytelling's role in character education. Definitely worth buying!