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The art of storytelling in a tutoring session

Poet Philip Larkin once said, "A story consists of a beginning, a muddle, and an end.” But what exactly did he mean by this? What is the underlying mechanism under every story and why are stories so influential that almost everything we read is constructed as one? How can tutors benefit from structing their sessions as stories? The full blog post was published on the Osborne Cawkwell blog.

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