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Retelling Stories: Setting Learner Narratives in Resource Ecologies

Joshua Underwood, Rosemary Luckin, Niall Winters
2011 International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning  
dblp:conf/cscl/UnderwoodLW11 fatcat:rxg4efyrafedbikuk74s7j3k2a

Sustainability Stories to Encounter Competences for Sustainability

Ola Uhrqvist, Lisa Carlsson, Ann-Sofie Kall, Therese Asplund
2021 Journal of Education for Sustainable Development  
We argue for the potential of serious stories in ESD to holistically engage learners in exploring complex issues.  ...  We communicate, relate, educate and make our world meaningful through stories. Stories are integrated in and are a part of every sustainability issue.  ...  Furthermore, using stories, made concrete in narratives, as a didactical tool enables the learners to use and develop their own practical reasoning to assess whether the narrative makes sense, and whether  ... 
doi:10.1177/09734082211005041 fatcat:p2vljz56qfbp7ihaft4l4ukdzm

The Effectiveness of Using the Story Telling Approach in Developing Some Listening Skills in English Among English Majors

Osama Farouk Aly
2021 مجلة کلیة التربیة  
Listening sets a basis for the future acquisition of speaking.  ...  He states that teachers often provide deficient opportunities for learners to practice English.  ...  The Significance of Narrative Text in Achievement A narrative is some kind of retelling, often in words (though it is possible to mime a story), of something that happened (a story).  ... 
doi:10.21608/jfe.2021.193954 fatcat:xonu5toykjdpzkyi54z75jcb5e

Migrating Stories: Moving across the Code/Spaces of our Time

Anna Nacher
2019 Hyperrhiz  
(Mind Candy Design, 2005 Setting is a semiotic resource that can be expressed in both narrative and game modes.  ...  For Ruppel, these "multi-sited narrative networks" "do not constitute simple 'retellings'-stories told and retold down a chain, mimicking oral forms" (Ruppel 2005b) .  ... 
doi:10.20415/hyp/020.mov01 fatcat:difwlf2p4ndz7mdoyybthlnurm

Stories That Teachers Tell: Exploring Culturally Responsive Science Teaching

Jamie Wallace, Elaine Howes, Arthur Funk, Sean Krepski, Maya Pincus, Susan Sylvester, Kin Tsoi, Caity Tully, Raghida Sharif, Samantha Swift
2022 Education Sciences  
about their classroom, instruction, and school settings in the context of culturally responsive education.  ...  Our findings suggest that storytelling is a rich, descriptive vehicle for exploration and sensemaking amongst teachers in a professional learning group and an underused resource in studying culturally  ...  We saw how narratives, personalities, and characters emerged and resurfaced, and how connections were made to past stories.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci12060401 fatcat:vgdvngywrfgjhgoqt2pkii2d3u

Developing a Deeper Involvement with Science: Keith's Story

Richard H. Kozoll, Margery D. Osborne
2005 Cultural Studies of Science Education  
We believe Keith's stories of practicing science in and out of the classroom illustrate how science, while taking an essential position in his lifeworld, extends and articulates Keith's subjective stances  ...  Using narrative, we trace the development of Keith's relationship with science over time and space in order to understand how Keith has constructed an identity through science amid the larger structures  ...  Margery Osborne is an Associate Professor in the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She teaches early childhood and elementary science education courses.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11422-005-9004-7 fatcat:66bef6abmjeh7mtxrz5hjgmmk4

Storytelling to Teach Cultural Awareness: The Right Story at the Right Time

Mary McCullum Baldasaro, Nancy Maldonado, Beate Baltes
2014 LEARNing Landscapes  
A storytelling guild in Canada had been a cultural institution for 23 years, so when the center faced permanent closure, members were devastated.  ...  Findings indicated story strengthens content retention and language acquisition. These findings led to the development of a project focused on story-centered lessons for teachers.  ...  I am a listener to the language's stories, and when my words form I am merely retelling the same stories in different patterns. (p. 2) For once a story is told, it cannot be called back.  ... 
doi:10.36510/learnland.v7i2.661 fatcat:b6puk42dm5bddc5wineumtxuwu

The Effect of Smartphone Video Camera as a Tool to Create Gigital Stories for English Learning Purposes

Nicolas A. Gromik
2015 Journal of Education and Learning  
The results indicate that students were able to produce video digital stories to express their opinion regarding the teacher-selected themes, in the target language.  ...  The implications for teaching and learning clearly indicate that smartphone-based video storytelling is a relevant task for language learners who will have to become conversant with this medium of learning  ...  Mokhtar et al. (2011) demonstrated that by introducing digital storytelling, in the university English language classroom, students were able to recollect and improve upon their ability to retell a story  ... 
doi:10.5539/jel.v4n4p64 fatcat:32h4pttowffxbdrksznhmil7ju

"To See Together Without Claiming to Be Another": Stories as Relations, Against One-Direction Mode of Indigenous Stories Travelling

Eun-Ji Amy Kim, Sandra-Lynn Leclaire
2021 Engaged Scholar Journal Community-Engaged Research Teaching and Learning  
Once communities' stories are taken up by researchers and shared within the ivory tower of academia, the stories circulate within the ivory tower.  ...  We suggest 'thoughtful' questions for both settler and Indigenous researchers to consider in hopes of promoting 'travelling back to original sources' in their scholarly work.  ...  However, as a settler of Turtle Island, I can never retell the stories told by the peoples of Turtle Island.  ... 
doi:10.15402/esj.v7i1.70002 fatcat:gq5ntrdqlrfiphnecje7wqvb2m

Learning paths on elementary university courses in Finnish as a second language [chapter]

Johanna Eloranta, Juha Jalkanen
2015 Voices of pedagogical development – Expanding, enhancing and exploring higher education language learning  
The three learner paths represented different forms and degrees of integration. The learners' goals were closely related to the environments in which they led their daily lives.  ...  The learners' narratives conveyed their ideas related to languages and language acquisition, which appeared to be central background factors for different language usage and study practices.  ...  In narrative research, individual experiences are recorded through the construction and reconstruction of personal stories, which makes it possible to record and retell events that have been the most influential  ... 
doi:10.14705/rpnet.2015.000294 fatcat:5miciafeerdr7p5msgygcjfnmi

The Influence of Strategic Planning and Storyline Complexity on EFL Learners' Narrative Retellings

Masoud Saeedi
2013 The Journal of Language Teaching and Learning   unpublished
The results of one-way ANOVAs revealed that though giving learners the opportunity to engage in strategic planning before retelling a narrative with two storylines exponentially advantages complexity,  ...  This research study is primarily an attempt to examine the effects of engaging in strategic planning before retelling narratives with different degrees of storyline complexity on complexity, accuracy,  ...  Narrative tasks-retelling of stories based on sequenced sets of picture prompts-have been widely used in task-based research for a variety of objectives.  ... 

Who Cares? The Terror of Dementia in Ian McEwan's Saturday [chapter]

Peter Simonsen, Sally Chivers, Ulla Kriebernegg
2017 Care Home Stories  
enrolled as an adult learner in community college.  ...  In addition to conceptual emphasis and setting, the film and story share their main themes, characters, plot, and the narrative sequence of events.  ...  Her research focuses on stories of the nursing home in Canadian literature and on the age ideologies that inform them. Gail J.  ... 
doi:10.14361/9783839438053-016 fatcat:zqhoo7vnnrg7vfsrkcbjczj5ji

The Effectiveness of Pretask Activities on Accuracy during Collaborative Dialogue

Park, Sujung
2008 English Teaching  
They were asked to orally retell a picture-based story with their partners during their regularly scheduled classes for two sessions.  ...  This study investigated whether pretask instructions and/or planning opportunity affect second language (L2) learners' ability to solve their linguistic problems on their own during collaborative dialogue  ...  Thus, it may be better to provide a list of English words/phrases along with the set of pictures to retell the story from so that they can refer to these whenever they need to in the retelling.  ... 
doi:10.15858/engtea.63.4.200812.303 fatcat:4xab25gauzbgrjgo3vo4b7rqki

Teaching "in their best interest": Preservice teachers' narratives regarding English Learners

Amanda T. Sugimoto, Kathy Carter, Kathleen J. Stoehr
2017 Teaching and Teacher Education : An International Journal of Research and Studies  
All names used in these narrative retellings are pseudonyms.  ...  Initially, WREs were analyzed in order to identify the basic story structures (characters, setting, sequence) embedded within the texts (Elliot, 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tate.2017.06.010 fatcat:d7jtvjrwtnfl7ikb7tyidf7o7q

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1992 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
structure, retellings/pretellings/hypothetical tellings, lo- cal context/social projects role; taped play interactions; children aged 4-14, Philadelphia; 9204282 interpersonal communication, long-standing  ...  Sanders’s Cognitive Founda- tions of Calculated Speech: Controlling Understandings in Conver- sation and Persuasion critique/reply; 9203697 voice-disordered/normal speakers’ nons h characteristics, adoles  ... 
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