All posts tagged with: Storytelling

Photography for storytelling

Posted August 21, 2014 Avatar Thamara Kandabada

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I had the pleasure of attending an event organised by UNICEF Sri Lanka today. I did a photo-post earlier inviting enthusiasts to attend the event, themed #Photography for storytelling, which was in fact a continuation of the #Y4C (Youth for Children) Dialogue. The event featured a line-up of interesting speakers, passionate undertakers of the art of photography, who delivered remarks and personal stories on various aspects of photography. The event also highlighted a promo of t...


The Pseudo-Reading Stage: The Timothy Experiment

Posted July 10, 2014 no picture Cris Ruffolo

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Jeanne Chall’s Stages of Reading Development noted that between six months to six years old – called Stage 0 or Pre-reading/Pseudo reading stage – children “pretends” to read by retelling stories as they flip through the pages of books previously read to them. That’s happening to our Nicholas and Antoinette these days, although we are seeing a difference in the way they handle their books. Our boy still “eats” a book and enjoys munching its sides while our girl...


The Perfect Weekend with "Storytelling"

Posted October 26, 2013 Avatar Aulia Maharani Karli

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The weekend is the perfect time to spend the day with your family; having fun in the city park, playing football with your dad, shopping with your mom, taking music classes or cooking in the backyard. But, have you ever imagined about spending your weekend with Your family in the library? Surrounded by the books, old articles, sitting Together in the silence? There are no such “silent” Things at “Crystal of Knowledge”, Central Library of Universitas Indonesia (http://lib....