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Storytelling, Narration, and The Who I Am Story

Author: 
Ramsdell, Catherine
Series Edition: 
Vol. 2

This chapter focuses on the importance of storytelling to successful personal and professional communication in the 21st century. Because narration transcends experience, and because stories “can be found anywhere from a movie theatre to a corporate boardroom, everyone should know how to tell a good story.”  While the chapter covers some theoretical aspects of narration, it will also help you show students how to create a “Who I Am” story and give them the opportunity to craft their own stories.

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