National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning
A Resource Guide for Planning and Operating Afterschool Programs

Resource Description

This resource addresses the topics: Programming, Community Building/Collaboration.

Tapestry of Tales: Stories of Self, Family, and Community Provide Rich Fabric for Learning (New)
Amy Stuczynski, Joyce Riha Linik, Rebecca Novick, Jean Spraker, Patti Tucci, and Debbie Ellis
This resource provides information on how teachers of students of all ages can use stories to bring students' narrative voices into the classroom, enrich teaching and learning by tapping into students' lives, engage and motivate students to write, and reinforce reading, writing, speaking, listening, and thinking connections and competencies. This resource contains a literature review on the importance of personal, family, and community stories and examples describing projects that classroom teachers have implemented. (314 pages)
© 2005
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