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Overview: Developing Oral Language for Story | Scholastic.com

I like this site because it gives a great example of how to intergrate the development of children's language of literacy by using stories.

 

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Story Dynamics – Stories » Story Archive » Oral Language Skills for Storytellers

I thought this article was particularly important because it explains the difference between using oral language verses written language.  Oral storytelling language uses more voice and facial expression, body language and eye behaviors to help "story tell" your story. 

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Using Storytelling as a Technique to Develop Oral Language

Using Storytelling as a Technique to Develop Oral Language | GroupA | Scoop.it

This article explains how storytelling is one of the oldest and most natural form of communicating.  It is an important style of oral development because children can be great listeners to stories appropriate to their age and interests. 

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Storytelling Tips for Oral Language Development | Literacy Connections

I thought this is a great easy to follow and use website/article.  It gives great steps and "how to" for storytelling for elementary aged children.

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Oral Language: Expanding Your Child's Vocabulary | Reading Topics A-Z | Reading Rockets

Oral Language: Expanding Your Child's Vocabulary | Reading Topics A-Z | Reading Rockets | GroupA | Scoop.it

This article is important because it easily explains how simply talking with your child/student can improve and expand their oral development and vocabulary.  

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