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1. The first time you rehearse your story, what should you do?
Tell a full speech complete with beginning, middle and end.
Focus on one idea and tell a story to make that idea come alive.
2. What key elements should your story have?
A character, dialogue, setting, emotion, and conflict.
A character, dialogue, setting, emotion, conflict and resolution.
A setting and emotion.
3. Does your story need to sound exactly the same each time you rehearse?
No, it is good to have spontaneity.
Yes, you should memorize it.
No, it doesn’t need to sound exactly the same. Just include the key elements of the story each time to illustrate your idea.
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