Proudly Presents: 2014 TABLE OF CONTENTS Topic 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 - 14 15 - 16 17 18 Page 2 Welcome and Locations Rationale Teacher Checklist Important Tips for the Day Agenda Problem Solving Materials and Tools How to Select the Right Story Learning and Presenting Stories Storyteller Showcase Form Consent to Media Release Form – Child Consent to Media Release Form – Adult Contact Information Resources Page Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. Welcome to Professional Storyteller: Jiaan Powers For information about Ms. Jiaan Powers, go to : http://www.jiaanpowers.com Watch Jiaan Tell a Story Four Fairs to Choose From: Region 7 ESC Kilgore, TX October 14, 2014 Region 7 ESC Kilgore, TX October 20, 2014 SFASU University Student Center Nacogdoches, TX October 21, 2014 UT Tyler Ornelas Activity Center Tyler, TX Page 3 October 13, 2014 Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. Rationale The Imagination Fair for grades 1 – 3, allows students to showcase storytelling in an interactive format. Prior to the event, students research various forms and genres of storytelling, learn about stories from other cultures and discover the impact of storytelling throughout history. They then either choose a story or create their own story to tell during the Imagination Fair. They will also have an opportunity to enjoy hearing as well as interacting with a professional storyteller. In addition, students will participate in a hands-on creative problem solving activity and share their ideas with other students. Region 7 Education Service Center Region 7 ESC is one of 20 regional education service centers statewide that participates in the planning, development, coordination, implementation and evaluation of innovative educational programs. Region 7 currently serves 106 school districts, the largest amount of school districts of any Education Service Center in the state. Housed in the Center for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, Advanced Academic Services (Gifted and Talented Education) works to provide educators the necessary training and professional development they need in order to “differentiate,” or make appropriate curricular and instructional matches and modifications, for students who have been identified as gifted. One of many programs that Region 7 offers for student participation and inter-district communications is The Imagination Fair. Quality Policy Page 4 Region 7 Education Service Center is committed to district, charter, and student success by providing quality programs and services that meet or exceed our customers' expectations. Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. Teacher Checklist Registered with Region 7 Emailed Region 7 with number of students Transportation arrangements Secured one adult for every five students Adults must be cleared according to district procedures regarding attendance and/or participation in student events. Consent for Media Release - Child (signed by parent) Consent for Media Release – Adult (signed by teachers and attending adults) List of students who cannot be photographed Gathered all supplies for the problem solving event Created teams of 3-4 students for problem solving Page 5 Students have their stories practiced and timed Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. Important Tips for the Day Registration Desk: Check in upon arrival. Turn in: Correct student count List of students who cannot be photographed Consent to publish forms (child and adult) Pick up: Information Packet Student badges Creative Problem Solving Activity Packet All adults must sign in and receive a name badge Name Tags: All students and adults must wear name tags with name and school district on right shoulder at all times. Teachers please provide these name tags. ESC Student Badges: Used to divide students into groups for storytelling Place on left shoulder – clearly visible. Costumes/Props: Costumes are allowed, but only small hand-held props may be used. Small Group Storytelling: Students will be in groups of 10-15 per group led by a teacher. During this time, each student will share his/her prepared story (2-3 minutes) with their group. Students must come prepared to share a story, but will not be forced to do so. Storytelling Showcase: Select one student storyteller per district/campus to tell his/her student before the entire audience. He/she will be introduced by the professional storyteller.(Complete the appropriate form upon arrival.) Time limit of 2-3 minutes will be adhered to. Please be sure students’ stories contain suitable content. Lunch: Teachers and students need to bring sack lunches and drinks. Ice chests may be brought. Bring paper towels and trash bags. Schools will be assigned an area in which to eat lunch and complete problem solving activities. Page 6 Clean-up is essential. Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. Creative Problem Solving: Problem solving teams should contain 3-4 students. Each team needs a set of materials. Enlist parents to help collect materials. Adult Helpers/Volunteers: Be certain that all adult helpers/volunteers have received clearance in compliance with your district’s criminal background check policies. Education Code 22.083(a), (c); Gov't Code 411.097(b) Teacher Small Group Leaders: Teachers will be asked to lead the small storytelling groups. Teachers possess that gift that brings out the best in young storytellers. However, if there are not enough teachers present, other adults may be asked to lead a small group. Closing: All participants will gather for a story by the professional storyteller at the end of the day. Dismissal time is 2 PM. If your group needs to leave early, we understand but please notify ESC staff. Page 7 Parking: Please adhere to the college/university/facility parking rules. Buses will be asked to move from the drop off area rather quickly. Be sure to retrieve all supplies from the bus at this time. Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. AGENDA Teacher Sign-In 9:00 Professional Storyteller 9:15 Creative Problem Solving 10:15 Showtime! (CPS Solutions) 11:00 Professional Storyteller 11:30 Lunch 12: 00 Small Group Storytelling 1:00 Student Showcase 1:45 Professional Storyteller 2:00 Conclusion Page 8 8:30 Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. Problem Solving Materials and Tools Materials Tools 6 jumbo paper clips Scissors 10 chenille stems Washable markers 2 gallon sized resealable bags 1 roll masking tape 5 paper plates 1 ruler 10 rubber bands of various sizes 1 roll clear tape 2 disposable cups 3 feet yarn 8 sheets of paper (white or colored) 8 index cards Mystery Item – Supplied by Region 7 2 empty egg cartons 1 cylinder (oatmeal or Pringles container) 2 empty paper towel tube 5 empty toilet tissue tubes 5 feet of 36” bulletin board paper 3 small paper lunch sacks 12 popsicle sticks 1 copy paper box Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. Page Each problem-solving team receives an open-ended problem. They will form a plan and create a product to solve the problem. Products are to be student work only. Upon completion, teams with the same problem will share solutions/products. Only the supplies listed above may be used in making products. One set is needed for each problem solving team. 9 Approx. 16 ½ x 8 ½ x 12 ½ inches - with the lid on How to Select the Right Story Storytelling folklore says, “Storytellers don’t pick stories, stories pick storytellers.” A story that works well for one storyteller may not work well for another. The most important question for a storyteller to ask is, “Do I like this story?” There is a wide variety of tales from which to choose: folktales, fairy tales, myths, legends, fables, fantasy, and modern literature—both fiction and nonfiction. The story you choose should have: • one main plot with a logical sequence of events that create clear and vivid pictures in the mind of the listener. • a variety of sensory and visual images that create a “movie in the mind” of the audience. The language should be descriptive and colorful. • a limited number of characters. • colorful characters who are interesting and believable or, in the case of a traditional fairy tale, who clearly represent qualities such as greed, beauty, and goodness. • emotional appeal, courage, love, laughter, excitement, sentiment, and plenty of action. • a strong introduction that grabs the audience’s attention, sets the mood, and leads swiftly into action. • a satisfying conclusion. Page 10 Kinghorn, Harriet R., and Pelton, Mary Helen, Every Child a Storyteller, Teacher Ideas Press. 1991. Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. Learning and Presenting Stories 1. Find or write a simple story that you truly enjoy. 2. Read the story several times, both silently and orally. 3. Put the story away and visualize the story. Make a movie in your mind imagining the character, setting, and action. 4. Think through the sequence of events. Make a story map or outline of the story. 5. Think through the characterization of each person in the story. How will you distinguish one from another? Do you need to add dialogue? Is there extraneous detail that adds nothing to the story? 6. How will you begin and end the story? How will you “grab” the audience? Are there any of the author’s phrases that you want to be sure to use? 7. Read the story again. Then, using the outline or story map, tell the story out loud without an audience. 8. Put the map or outline down and say it again out loud. If you get stuck, refer back to the outline or the map. 9. Practice one more time, alone. You may wish to tape yourself and review the tape, listening for gaps in the story. 10. Tell the story to a small group in the classroom. Kinghorn, Harriet R., and Pelton, Mary Helen. Every Child a Storyteller, Teacher Ideas Press, 1991. Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. Page 11 11. Now you are a storyteller! Storyteller Showcase Name of the Student: Grade of the Student: District: Campus: Story to be told: Page 12 Author of the Story: Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. ESC - 517 Region 7 Education Service Center 1909 North Longview Street Kilgore, Texas 75662 903-988-6700 Consent for Media Release - Student I hereby give permission for my child, to be video recorded and/or photographed during educational activities with the Region 7 Education Service Center on I further consent to allow the Service Center to retain any work product created by my child in conjunction with the said educational activities. I understand that my child will be identified by his/her first and last name. I also understand that the name of the class, school and city in which my child is located may be identified during the videotaping and/or photography or in any corresponding reproductions in publications and on the Internet. I further understand that these videotapes, photographs and/or work product of my child are property of Region 7 Education Service Center, 1909 North Longview Street, Kilgore, Texas 75662. I acknowledge the intended purpose and provide permission for the recording, photographs and/or work product to be used to explain the programs and services, to illustrate teacher instruction activities, or to allow participation in a video event. Permission to publish the videotapes, photographs and/or work product includes permission and consent to reuse, disseminate, copyright, print, reproduce, publish and republish for any commercial, advertising, public purposes and for educational use. In addition to the consent provided by my signature below, I hereby release and discharge Region 7 Education Service Center staff from any and all claims and demands arising out of or in connection with the use of any of the foregoing, including defamation, invasion of privacy, or violation of any statutory right. Signature of Parent or Guardian Date Date Page Event 13 School District "Region 7 Education Service Center is committed to district, charter, and student success by providing quality programs and services that meet or exceed our customers’ expectations.” Created: 05/15/2008 Reviewed: 08/20/2014 Revised: 05/06/2014 ESC-517a Region 7 Education Service Center 1909 North Longview Street Kilgore, Texas 75662 (903) 988-6700 Consentimiento para Publicar en los Medios de Comunicación - Niño Por este medio doy permiso para que mi niño(a), sea grabado(a) y/o fotografiado(a) durante las actividades educacionales con Region 7 Education Service Center el día Yo entiendo que mi niño(a) va a ser identificado(a) por nombre y apellido. El nombre de la clase, escuela y ciudad en la cual mi niño(a) está localizado(a) puede ser identificado durante la grabación y/o fotografía o en cualquier reproducción correspondiente en publicaciones y en la Internet. Yo entiendo además que estos videos y/o fotografías son propiedad del Region 7 Education Service Center, 1909 North Longview Street, Kilgore, Texas 75662. La grabación y/o fotografías serán usadas para explicar los programas y los servicios, para ilustrar las actividades educativas de los maestros o para permitir la participación en un evento de video. Los propósitos de publicación incluyen permiso y consentimiento para reutilizar, distribuir, registrar los derechos, imprimir, reproducir, publicar y volver a publicar para cualquier propósito comercial, de publicidad y público. Por este medio libero y exonero al personal del Region 7 Education Service Center de cualquier y de todas las reclamaciones y demandas surgidas de o en conexión con el uso de cualquiera de lo anterior, incluyendo difamación, invasión de privacidad o violación de cualquier derecho legal. Firma del Padre o Tutor Fecha Distrito Escolar Fecha "Region 7 Education Service Center is committed to district, charter, and student success by providing quality programs and services that meet or exceed our customers’ expectations.” Created: 10/14/2013 Reviewed: 08/20/2014 Revised: 11/21/2013 Page 14 Evento ESC-518 Region 7 Education Service Center 1909 North Longview Street Kilgore, Texas 75662 (903) 988-6700 Consent for Media Release - Adult I hereby give the Region 7 Education Service Center, its licensees, successors and legal representatives the absolute and irrevocable right and permission to use, reproduce, edit, exhibit, project, display, copyright, and publish photography images and/or moving pictures and/or videotaped images of me with or without my voice, or in which I may be included in whole or in part, photographed, taped, videotaped, printed and/or recorded, and to circulate the same in all forms and media for educational use, commercial use, art, advertising, trade, competition of every description and/or any other lawful purpose whatsoever. 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Signature Date School District Event Date Page 15 Printed Name "Region 7 Education Service Center is committed to district, charter, and student success by providing quality programs and services that meet or exceed our customers’ expectations.” Created: 04/21/2011 Reviewed: 08/20/2014 Revised: 01/28/2013 ESC - 518 Centro de Servicio para La Educación de la Región 7 1909 North Longview Street Kilgore, Texas 75662 (903) 988-6700 Consentimiento para Publicar en los Medios de Comunicación - Adulto Por este medio doy al Centro de Servicio para la Educación de la Región 7, sus concesionarios, sucesores y representantes legales el derecho y el permiso absoluto e irrevocable de usar, reproducir, editar, exhibir, proyectar, mostrar, registrar los derechos y publicar imágenes fotográficas y/o imágenes en película y/o imágenes grabadas de mi con o sin mi voz, o en las cuales pueda yo estar incluido completo o en parte, fotografiado, grabado en cinta, filmado en video, impreso y/o grabado, y para circular las mismas en todas las formas y medios de comunicación para uso educacional, uso comercial, arte, propaganda, intercambio, competición de cada descripción y/o cualquier otro propósito legal sea cual fuere. 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Por este medio libero, exonero y acuerdo mantener libre de daño al Centro de Servicio para la Educación de la Región 7, sus concesionarios, sucesores, representantes legales y designados de cualquier responsabilidad en virtud de cualquier imagen borrosa, distorsión, alteración, ilusión óptica o uso en forma de montaje ya sea intencional o de lo contrario que pueda ocurrir o ser producida en la elaboración, proceso, duplicación, proyección o exposición de dicha fotografía o imágenes, y de la responsabilidad por violación de cualquier derecho personal o de propiedad que pueda yo tener en relación con dichas fotografías o imágenes y con el uso de las mismas. Yo certifico que no soy menor de edad, y que soy libre y capaz de dar tal consentimiento. Evento Fecha Fecha "Region 7 Education Service Center is committed to student success by providing quality programs and services that meet or exceed our customers’ expectations." Created: 04/21/2011 Reviewed: 09/11/2014 Revised: 09/11/2014 16 Distrito Escolar Firma Page Nombre Impreso Please contact Donna Ashby at [email protected] or Rhonda Baird at [email protected] if you need any additional information concerning the event. Driving directions to the locations are available through www.mapquest.com. Contact Information Delinda Wall Coordinator 903.988.6756 [email protected] Donna Ashby G/T Education Specialist 903.988.6774 [email protected] Janice Baker G/T Education Specialist 903.988.6745 [email protected] Rhonda Baird Administrative Assistant 903.988.6784 [email protected] ***************************IMPORTANT NOTICE************************** Page 17 Attendance numbers must be strictly enforced due to fire codes and space facility restrictions. Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. All rights reserved. Resources Audience Participation Stories http://www.scoutingbear.com/audience/audpart.htm http://www.macscouter.com/Stories/Participation.html Readers Theatre http://www.aaronshep.com/rt/RTE.html http://www.loiswalker.com/catalog/teach.html http://www.storycart.com/ http://teachingheart.net/readerstheater.htm Storytelling http://www.storyarts.org/ http://www.creativekeys.net/StorytellingPower/sphome.html http://www.storiestogrowby.com/ http://lessonplancentral.com/lessons/Language_Arts/Story_Telling/ http://www.storycraft.com/ http://www.tejasstorytelling.com/ http://www.storyteller.net/stories/audio http://www.dreamtime.net.au/dreaming/storylist.htm http://www.ibiblio.org/storytelling/ http://www.pbs.org/circleofstories/ http://www.foxtalesint.com/ http://storynet.org/ http://www.aaronshep.com/storytelling/Tips.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EenmeL0n_MY&feature=fvwp&NR=1 Page http://www.proteacher.com/070163.shtml 18 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPrY5vrAnug Copyright 2014 by Region 7 Education Service Center. 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