What’s your favorite story and why?
We all have a favourite story. A tale that sticks in the mind, often for years. But what makes it memorable? Telling a good story is indeed an art form and having the ability to ‘hook’ or engage your listeners is no easy task. Whether your audience is children or adults, gripping them and holding that attention is a skill.
So, with this superb Global Edulink course, learn what it takes to become a polished storyteller. People have been sharing stories socially and culturally for years, often with improvisation, theatrics, or some form of embellishment. Storytelling is a means of education, entertainment, cultural preservation, or instilling moral values. Crucial elements of stories and storytelling include: a plot, characters, and a narrative point of view used both orally or in other media to disclose the narrative of that story. Discover how to connect with your audience, keep their attention, and tell a good tale. Grasp how to effectively recount stories of your family, for instance. Construct a plot and story structures, and examine how to manage performance anxiety.
This course is diverse as it can be used as part of a successful writing career, whether creative, journalistic, as a copywriter or as a copy-editor. As well as this, it is useful to possess storytelling skills for use in business presentations or as part of effective training delivery. It can also be put to good use telling fantastic chronicles to your children at bedtime! Global Edulink can help in all these quests with our successful storytelling course. As a UK leader in training programmes to a variety of industries, professionals, and individuals, we ensure this course not only broadens your storytelling skill set, but acts as evidence that you can perform your newly-acquired activities to a high standard.
Studying with Global Edulink has many advantages. The course material is delivered straight to you, and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand. This course is comprised of professionally narrated e-Learning modules, interactive quizzes, tests and exams. All delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months). An effective support service and study materials will build your confidence to study efficiently and guide you to secure your qualification.
Who is it for?
- Parents, guardians of children (such as extended family)
- Business professionals
- Managers looking to improve training delivery
- Anyone hoping for a writing career
- This course is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds. However, a sound educational background would be an advantage.
- Learners should be ages 16 or over to undertake the qualification.
- Basic understanding of English language, literacy, numeracy and ICT are required to attend this course.
Benefits you will gain:
- High quality e-learning study materials and mock exams.
- Tutorials/materials from the industry leading experts.
- 24/7 Access to the Learning Portal.
- Benefit of applying NUS extra Discount Card.
- Recognised Accredited Qualification.
- Excellent customer service and administrative support.
Method of Assessment:
At the end of the course learners will take an online multiple choice question assessment test. This online multiple choice question test is marked automatically so you will receive an instant grade and know whether you have passed the course.
Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate in Mastering Storytelling for All.
This course will help to successfully obtain a career as the following:
- Marketing Manager
- Content Writer and Editorial
- Production Graphics Specialist
- Public Relations Officer
|1. An Overview of the Storytelling Triangle|
|01 How to tell a Great Story?||00:30:00|
|02 Overview of the Storytelling Triangle||00:30:00|
|2. Connect Story and Audience|
|03 How to connect with your Story?||00:37:00|
|04 Way of connecting with your Audience||00:28:00|
|3. A Study of Family Stories|
|05 How to tell Family Stories?||00:30:00|
|4. The Power of Fairy Tales|
|06 Explaining the Powerful Telling of Fairy Tales||00:34:00|
|5. Every Story Needs a Hero|
|07 Learning Myth and the Heros Journey||00:30:00|
|6. Conflict and Meaning|
|08 Understanding Tensive Conflict and Meaning||00:30:00|
|7. Command your Story|
|09 How to give yourself Permission to Tell?||00:28:00|
|8. Definitions of Visualization and Memory|
|10 Definitions of Visualization and Memory||00:30:00|
|9. Perception, Manipulation and Time|
|11 How to discover the Point of View?||00:30:00|
|12 Understanding the Artful Manipulation of Time and Focus||00:30:00|
|10. The Narrator for Character and Audience|
|13 Narrator – Bridging Characters and Audience Tips||00:31:00|
|11. Developing Complex Characters|
|14 Way of Developing Complex Characters||00:31:00|
|12. The Structure of Plot and Story|
|15 Learning Plot and Story Structures||00:29:00|
|13. Emotion and Empathy within Storytelling|
|16 Overview of Emotional Arc and Empathy||00:30:00|
|14. The Perspective of Narration|
|17 How to vary the Narrator’s Perspective?||00:32:00|
|15. Definition of Vocal Intonation|
|18 Definition of Vocal Intonation||00:29:00|
|16. How to Prepare to Perform?|
|19 How to Prepare to Perform?||00:31:00|
|17. Transform Performance Anxiety|
|20 Process of putting Performance Anxiety to Good Use||00:29:00|
|18. Adapting to Audience|
|21 How to adapt to Different Audiences?||00:31:00|
|19. Work with your Audience|
|22 Invitation to the Audience – Mindset||00:32:00|
|23 How to keep your Audiences Attention||00:32:00|
|20. The Power of Orality - Remember Your Stories|
|24 The Power of Orality – Remember Your Stories||00:30:00|
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