Table of contents for Kamishibai story theater : the art of picture telling / Dianne de las Casas ; illustrated by Philip Chow.

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Contents
Introduction
Background of Kamishibai
The Kamishibai Story Theater Process
<b>Introduction to Story Theater</b>
<b>Establishing an Environment of Trust</b>
<b>The Classroom Contract</b>
<b>Introducing Kamishibai to Your Students</b>
<b>Classroom Kamishibai</b>
<b>Individual Student Kamishibai</b>
<b>Self-created Kamishibai</b>
<b>Coaching</b>
<b>Rehearsals</b>
<b>Presentation Tips - Dramatizing the Stories</b>
<b>Management and Organization Tips</b>
Coordinating the Kamishibai Story Fest
Kamishibai Story Theater Scripts
Folktales from Asia
The Battle Between Wind and Rain - Philippines 
The Boy Who Drew Cats ¿ Japan 
The Boy Who Wanted a Drum ¿ India 
The Cowherd and the Weaving Maiden ¿ China 
The Crab and the Monkey - Japan
The Crocodile King ¿ Malaysia 
The Girl Who Used Her Wits ¿ China 
The Hermit and the Worms - Philippines 
Lazybones ¿ Laos 
The Legend of the Lion City ¿ Singapore 
Little One-Inch - Japan 
The Long-Nosed Princess ¿ Korea 
The Magic Brocade ¿ China 
The Magic Paper Charms ¿ Japan 
The Magic Pot - Japan 
The Magic Teakettle ¿ Japan 
The Man in the Moon ¿ Vietnam 
Momotaro, the Peach Boy ¿ Japan 
The Monkey and the Crocodile ¿ Philippines 
The Mouse's Wedding - Japan 
The Noble Frog ¿ China 
The Purple Hen Sparrow ¿ India 
Shen and the Magic Brush - China 
The Singing Turtle ¿ Japan 
Watermelon ¿ Vietnam 
Source Notes
Resources
<b>Webliography</b>
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Kamishibai.
Kamishibai -- History and criticism.
Kamishibai in education.