Storytelling Resource

Donald Miller recently released a short (34 pages), free ($0) ebook called How to Tell a Story.  The book starts with some good thoughts about why stories work – why they are so effective in holding attention and communicating.  He also provides and describes formats for telling good stories.  I especially liked his thoughts on the importance of avoiding “noise” in storytelling, which only disengages listeners/readers/students.  The book is short and simple, but I think it is worth a look for TPRS/CI teachers.

Get it here: How to Tell a Story

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