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Storytelling Programs - Schools
Storytelling Programs - Schools
Other than being just plain fun, these stories are designed to engage young listeners with frequent repeated gestures and phrases for the students to mimic. Once the children become involved in the stories, almost as if by "accident," they will strengthen skills associated with Language Arts, Music,  and Social Studies. They will even learn a few Choctaw words. Each program is specifically arranged in accordance with grade-level state curriculum guidelines (ie PASS or TEKS). Greg's story sessions are often closed with a "jam session" in which a handful of students are invited to play along with the flute on Greg's drum and rattles.

A list of stories for this group includes:

How Rabbit Lost His Tail                               First Robin      
Grandmother Spider Gets the Fire              Coyote and the Rock
Mud Pony                                                        Black Bubblegum  
Quillwork Girl                                                 Old Man Coyote
Coyote Reaches for the Stars                         
                      
Lower Elementary -
Upper Elementary -
The stories told for this age group have more complex storylines and deeper cultural understandings. The importance of oral coomunication skills is becoming increasingly apparent in educational environments. While employing tried and true literary and performance techniques, the stories also teach lessons of common values and character. In addition, students will enhance analytical, creativity, and comprehension skills. These sessions are also closed with a "jam session" in which selected students are invited to play along with the flute on Greg's drum and rattles.

A list of stories includes:

Giddy Up Wolf                                               Raven Mockers
The Gift of Tanchi                                          Jack's First Job
Ghost Dog                                                      Wiley and the Hairy Man
The Ghost of Mingo Creek                            The Man Afraid of Nothing
Kiamichi Bigfoot  
                                                                                         
Imagination is the key. Perfect for bolstering lessons in Language and Performance Arts, Literacy, History, and Cultural Studies, this program allows students to engage their minds in the world of story - and learn some about all these key areas of study. The stories have been carefully selected, and proven, to keep the interest of students, while conveying relevant messages of social and educational value.

A list of stories includes:

Hotubbi's Mask                                               Harriet's Burden
Revenger of Skullyville                                  Hotema
Skinwalkers                                                     Family Foundations
Jack's  Owl                                                      One Rock At A Time
Middle/High School -
Middle/High School -