194 pages | 78 Color Illus.
A Practical Guide to Using Storyline Across the Curriculum provides a comprehensive introduction to the Storyline approach to teaching and learning – an approach that embraces and encourages children’s passion for learning. Putting children at the centre of learning, the book explores how educators and teachers can harness pupils’ innate appetite for stories to make interdisciplinary teaching and learning enjoyable and successful.
Demonstrating how teachers can easily use the Storyline approach within the curriculum, this book offers a step-by-step introduction to learning developed through the use of narrative. Key topics explained include:
Filled with detailed examples of storylines that have been tried and tested in the classroom, A Practical Guide to Using Storyline Across the Curriculum offers new and experienced teachers an accessible guide to the Storyline approach, with ready-to-use ideas to enable, inspire and support learners.
Part I: The Theory, Philosophy and Approach Explained
Part II: Four Approaches to Planning a Storyline
A storyline on the topic of World War 2
Storylines on The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark and on working with another school
A Junior Dragon’s Den Storyline
Storylines about visitors from space, from novels and from a poet
Part III: Assessment and Planning Approaches
Part IV: Appendices: Practitioner Examples, Plans, Case Studies and Templates
24. Using Templates
Download the Appendices files