‫الرئيسية‬ From India 🇮🇳 Dr Sarita Jain associate. Professor and officiating principal department of English
From India 🇮🇳 - 20 مارس، 2023

Dr Sarita Jain associate. Professor and officiating principal department of English

 

From India

Kiritkumar Bhatt

Special reporter

 

Dr. Sarita Jain
Associate Professor &Officiating Principal
Department of English
Government College Chaksu, Jaipur. (Rajasthan)

Teaching through Narrative
Story telling in its most basic form is a means by which a legacy passes onto the next generation whatever is found to be useful, valuable, good and rich in context. By contextualising units of work within a narrative, lessons become more meaningful, dynamic and engaging for the learner. Creative stories pique the interest of the novice mind into applying and learning challenging concepts in various domains. These stories ignite the mind that forms lasting memories so that they could be applied to solve everyday problems, ensure survival, and pass on this wisdom to other generations.

Stories engage our thinking, emotions, and imagination all at once. As listeners we participate in the story with both mind and body as we enter the narrative world and react to it. Storytelling is a human art form that teaches about the human experience. Stories help teachers reach novices in ways they cannot with other dry, rote, deductive strategies.

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