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‘Location’ Stories
‘Location’ stories

This chapter offers the reader an interesting collection of Ideas that are based around the notion of ‘location’. This is an important theme, particularly as it relates to the key story element of setting, which is made up of two parts: time and place (location) – see http://tinyurl.com/ygmgm5a for further details.

The first half of the chapter considers familiar locations which children encounter during their ‘working week’ at school. The initial Idea – Carpet stories – offers children an interesting ‘low-level’ location for them to write their stories at. Table-top stories suggest different ways for children to work at tables in the classroom, considering different ways for using table tops to display children's writing efforts. Playground stories identify incidences that occur outside the ...

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