In this article aimed at middle school teachers and students, Barry provides a range of interesting perspectives, strategies and activities for using Madagascar in teaching storytelling. Barry's article places particular emphasis on teaching listening and speaking skills, and maps out various stages from watching the film and early narrative plans and oral drafting to storytelling and evaluation. One of the special sections is dedicated to extended activities using Two Brothers, focusing on handling the plot, exploring the point of view and catering for cultural diversity in the class. Barry also provides a list of storytelling strategies, from role playing and use of space and cue cards to interactive storytelling, using props and patterned language of repetition, aliteration and rhyme.
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