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Qxd 9/14/2006 2:38 PM Page 35 Su p porting Oracy in the Foun datio n Stage a n d Key Stage 1 35 clues as to the teller’s opinions, feelings and values. Indeed it seems that the urge to tell a tale is really directed towards explaining, gossiping and speculating about human behaviour and the chances of life. (2004: 112) So the retelling, ordering and evaluating is a way that human beings use to try to make sense of their existence in the world, and as Whitehead adds ‘narrative is a way of giving meaning and significance to the endless stream of sensations and events’ (2004: 112).
The power of the literacy learning in the language experience approach derives from the interest children have in the content and the written language that is generated by them and for them.
It seems that along with hearing the oral art of storytelling and listening to stories read to them, children also need opportunities to narrate their own stories. Key Terms Narrative: is the recounting of an event and involves, most typically, people (or characters) and feelings. Storying: is the activity of telling stories either to oneself (perhaps mentally) or to others. So what is narrative? A narrative requires a retelling in a considered order or sequence of the events which builds, at best, an intrigue and mystery, but which essentially, engages interest.