Marione Ingram is a writer, artist and civil rights activist who survived the Holocaust and the bombing of Hamburg, Germany. She immigrated to the United States and, having experienced racial discrimination in Europe, became engaged in the civil rights movement.
The West End Public Library would like to take this time and give special thanks to youth intern Anna Taylor.As a student of School Without Walls in Northwest Washington, Ms. Taylor dedicated four hours each week to help make our library a destination place and a valued source for information.
Among the many skills we learn as children, I think by far this skill is the most entertaining. We have all been in the situation where somebody is telling us a story and the only thought in our head is "can you please be done, my beverage is empty."Narrative Skills help us to tell our story, hopefully in an engaging way. Interesting stories have descriptions of things and events, sequencing and foreshadowing and/or help the listener/reader make predictions (what might happen next).Why Is It Important?