Story-Telling: Can You Tell It In Order? (1953)

15 Feb
Director  N/A
Producer Coronet Instructional Films
Contributors Viola Theman, Ph. D Professor of Education Northwestern University
Length  11 min.
B&W/Color  B&W
UO Library Catalog description: “A teacher uses a puppet clown, the blackboard, and mounted pictures in teaching primary school childern [sic] to arrange events chronologically when telling a story.”
Call # FILM Ma144
Genre Instructional
Rare YES
Online NO
Copyright status Protected
Physical condition FAIR
Oregon-related NO

Notes:

Coronet Instructional Films was a publisher of many educational/instructional films related to social life and behavior from the mid 1940s to the early 1970s. More about these films and Coronet Instructional Films can be found in Mental Hygiene by Ken Smith (Source), a book dedicated to films like Story-Telling: Can you tell it in order? (1953). Other Coronet Instructional Films productions have been the target of comedy shows Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Rifftrax.

Sources: http://www.paulivester.com/schoolfilm/history.htm

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