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What is the difference between storytelling and read aloud?
- UserLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
is reciting a story from memory
and can also include making up a story on the spot.
is obviously easier
because the words of the story are there in front of you.
- 1 month ago
Reading aloud involves spoken language, but at the same time a printed text is present. This means that during story reading both oral and written language are modeled at once. On the other hand, storytelling does not require the presence of a printed text.
- bluebellbkkLv 72 months ago
Many sensible answers already, and I'll just add that while lots of people read aloud to themselves, I don't think many people do "story telling" without an audience.
- ?Lv 52 months ago
There is a minor difference between both, Reading aloud involves a spoken language, but at the same time, a printed text is present. This means that during story reading both oral and written language are modeled at once. On the other hand, storytelling does not require the presence of a printed text.
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- conley39Lv 72 months ago
Storytelling requires memory or thinking about what you're saying.
- Tony BLv 42 months ago
One is telling (not reading) a story, the other is reading (anything) aloud.
- 2 months ago
Story telling is to dramatize the story. Give it life, act the parts.
Reading aloud has none of that art.
- Pearl LLv 72 months ago
not much difference