Development of narrative discourse (8 to 15 years)
Age Group : from 8 to 15 years
It includes guides and outlines with explanations for each level. You will find three levels of increasing difficulty. Each of them presents work steps, worksheets for description and verification, activities and dozens of stories.
The most advanced exercises provide children with the opportunity to create their own stories by modifying pre-existing stories, specifying the spatial-temporal context, developing characters, finding inspiration in a simple image, constructing an outline, etc.
Finally, in this book you will find numerous activities in the form of cards, for vocabulary (including logical connections), incomplete stories to be continued, outlines to fill in, etc.
The narrative discourse of children through 5th grade (included) is characterized by the following:
- spatial-temporal context and characters,
- a succession of events in chronological order,
- a conclusion.
The narrative discourse for older children, from 6th to 9th grade, is characterized by the following:
- the use of dialogue, rhythm, and description to develop the characters in a story,
- the use of logical connections (words and expressions that ensure the transition between ideas),
- a conclusion that results from the story.
High school students develop narration characterized by the following:
- character reflection,
- the creation of a problem, situation and/or observation involving the reader,
- a particular tone.
This book can be utilized by speech-language pathologists, specialized teachers, educators, and specialized education centers.
You may also be interested in the book "Development of narrative discourse" for ages 4+.
- Basic elements of a story
- Basic structure of narrative discourse (outline)
- Narrative structure
- Short story guide
- Starting and ending a story
- Making the story interesting
- Development of narrative discourse in children and adolescents - School age
- Five levels of the episode (Hughes model)
- Learning narrative discourse
- Structure/skeleton of narrative discourse
- Narration of a complete story: learning stages
- Level 1: Imitation - I listen, I participate, I repeat
- Level 2: Adaptation - I modify, I transform, I adapt
- Level 3: Creation - I imagine, I construct, I tell
Type: Paper or PDF file
Number of pages: 408
Author: Alice Kassotaki - Speech Language Pathologist MSc, BSc
Translation & Proofreading: Kristen Stone