IV.5 - Resources

1.1       Selection of online resources

·         Lesson plans and activities for folktales, myths and fairy tales: www.scholastic.com/teachers/unit-plans/teaching-content/myths-folktales-and-fairy-tales/

·         Some tips on teaching with stories by Melanie Green: www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/storytelling-in-teaching

·         Evidence for the cognitive, social and emotional value of storytelling for children: https://dinamico2.unibg.it/lazzari/doc/EL-lazzari-2016-sito.pdf

·         Further evidence for the benefits of storytelling for children: www.ibe.unesco.org/sites/default/files/bettelhe.pdf

1.2       Selection of books and publications

·         Rahman, F (2017) ‘The revival of local fairy tales for children education’, Theory and practice in language studies, 7(5) [online]. Available at: www.academypublication.com/ojs/index.php/tpls/article/view/tpls0705336344

·         Egan, K (1988) ‘Teaching as story telling’, Canadian Journal of Education / Revue Canadienne de l’éducation, 13(10) [online]. Available at: www.researchgate.net/publication/228717328_Teaching_as_Story_Telling

·         García-Barrero Baldó, C (2019) Multicultural education in the CLIL Primary classroom through fairy tales Universidad de Oviedo [online]. Available at: https://digibuo.uniovi.es/dspace/bitstream/handle/10651/51402/TFM_CristinaGarc%EDaBarrero.pdf;jsessionid=2C8C0AB07771C12844A0DE3C8E25224D?sequence=6

·          Huiyu, G (2018) ‘A study on the educational strategy of using folktales in kindergarten’ Advances in social science, education and humanities research, 264 [online]. Available at: file:///C:/Users/cisha/AppData/Local/Temp/25906295.pdf

·          Schiro, M and Lawson, D (2004) Oral storytelling and teaching mathematics: Pedagogical and multicultural perspectives California: Sage.