By Star Wars
Stranded at the moon of Endor, childrens are helped by way of a bunch of Ewoks to rescue their mom and dad from the enormous Gorax, the main feared creature in all of Endor.
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We do go over our stories again and again; this is very noticeable in gossip, reminiscences, jokes and folk tales. This would suggest that repeating and re-assembling the events of a story is a significant way of thinking about things and sorting them out. So stories are about understanding, a view supported by observations of young children playing. They frequently re-enact and retell stories about puzzling and alarming incidents, as the following observation from a nursery teacher shows: R (Four years ten months) had a nasty cut to the head while outside and had to be taken from the nursery to the hospital.
The short answer must be that they are making sense of their experiences. Not only of things that happen to them, but also of experiences they have encountered in the stories of other people. The stories seem to be hooks on which they can hang a significant event, incident or feeling, and hold on to it and revisit it. We do go over our stories again and again; this is very noticeable in gossip, reminiscences, jokes and folk tales. This would suggest that repeating and re-assembling the events of a story is a significant way of thinking about things and sorting them out.
Parents from all communities want their children to be confident and successful in traditional ‘academic’ areas, but there is evidence that professional educators and carers in Europe and beyond know little about the rich and diverse community literacy backgrounds of young bilinguals (Spencer and Dombey, 1994; Gregory and Williams, 2000; Siraj-Blatchford and Clarke, 2000). We should continue to share the festivals, foods and songs of our children’s diverse cultures, but we should also work harder at knowing more about their languages.