a dramatic convention in which a story is presented through action, dialogue, and narration (by an external narrator or by characters within the drama)
The act of telling a story orally without the use of text.
(sto•ry•tell•ing) n. – the art of telling or writing stories, usually of historical or cultural value.
Facitators and students share personal, humorous stories to liven or highlight a concept.
The use of stories in organisations as a way of sharing knowledge and helping learning. Stories can be very powerful communication tools, and may be used to describe complicated issues, explain events, communicate lessons learned, or bring about cultural change.
A story can be presented through action, dialogue and narration (by an external narrator or by characters within the drama).
the primary goal of the letterer is to best serve the story being told. Every decision should flow from there. See also Rule #1
human communication that springs from a fundamental desire in people to tell each other what happened through the most expressive and immediate means possible; in dramatic storytelling, the recreation of events and people are portrayed through present action visual and oral performance.
A true or fictitious narrative of an event or series of events. The world's oldest training technique. Stories instruct, inform, and entertain. Stories provide a frame of reference, act as directives for behavior, and teach specific lessons.
method of teaching using stories that present information, usually to children.
A research method that asks consumers to tell stories about product acquisition, usage, or disposition experiences. These stories help marketers gain insights into consumer needs and identify the product attributes that meet these needs.
Storytelling is the ancient art of conveying events in words, s, and sounds. Stories have probably been shared in every culture and in every land as a means of entertainment, education, preservation of culture and to instill knowledge and values morals. Crucial elements of storytelling include plot and characters, as well as the narrative point of view.