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2013 | 17 | 2 | 157-174
Article title

“You Can Choose… Or We Would Go to ‘Turkeys’ or to Houses” – Verbal Interactions of Five-Year-Old Children During Story Creation

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The paper presents the results of an analysis of interactions which appeared during group storytelling. One of two methods was used for the storytelling: the Storyline method or the Associations Pyramid method. Seventy five-year-old children took part in the study. The results show that children are able to use different strategies to create a story together, the language and communication competence of the children is already well developed, and the children are ready for effective cooperation
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17
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2
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157-174
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published
2013-09-01
online
2013-09-06
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bwmeta1.element.doi-10_2478_plc-2013-0010
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