Tools in language teaching: language development through story-telling

Ramanujam, Geeta (2009) Tools in language teaching: language development through story-telling. Learning Curve (13). pp. 64-66.

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Every person is a storyteller even when she generation to another without any written documents begins to narrate an experience, an for the same. They have neither authorship nor anecdote or a news item. The storyteller is copyright and yet the tradition continues even today also the audience when she listens to the through the ancient method of learning by the ear television, radio or a family member. All communication in the world evolves and revolves around stories. There are stories everywhere from bulletin boards, to bus- stands, railway stations, theater houses, homes, schools, colleges, pavements, roads, advertisements, families, schools, places of work and even in space. When we share our experiences and memories with family members and friends, they are full of stories.

Item Type: Articles in APF Magazines
Authors: Ramanujam, Geeta
Uncontrolled Keywords: Education, Elementary education, Early childhood education
Subjects: Social sciences > Education
Divisions: Foundation Publications
Full Text Status: Public
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