Story telling

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  • #13776
    True Owl
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    Hi everyone,

    In reference to the exercise on story telling within the course :

    The last few days, I’ve been going over the story of Taliesin in my head, putting mental bullet points in place for a re-telling of the story to family members. The bullet points method (for remembering) works for me, and leads me from one part of the story to the next.

    Today, we had members of my family around, including my Grandson Indy (who is 15 months old). So, I took the opportunity to tell him & everyone else the story of Taliesin – my version. Using the bullet point method, I was able to tell the story, and added filler in between to enhance the story. I won’t say I’m a great story teller, but my wife & daughter thought I did a pretty good job of it. Little Indy said his favourite word, which is “happy !” So that is a good enough recommendation, as far as I’m concerned. LOL.

    I didn’t have time to do this, but I’ve also decided that I am going to work on a song, using guitar & lyrics for this story, which will hopefully add to my story-telling skills.

    Thanks,

    Jules.

    #13824
    Dowrgi
    Participant

    Well done and a good technique.

    Bennathow
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