To entertain, tell a story or express feelings.
Kay Lowe (2002), “The mind is a narrative device; we run on stories. Stories unite all worlds. It is the compelling nature of stories and their telling that impacts on how we relate to each other, how we define who we are, and how and what we learn. Stories are an entry point for meaning-making – a place where learning and life merge. Stories contribute to our development as whole, coherent, human beings."
''Satisfying learning has a narrative quality: engaging the learner; prompting questions; presenting information that can be ‘worked with’ or interpreted; leading to new understanding; and prompting retelling and reflection.”