In response to the coronavirus lockdown, I am offering online versions of my workshop Using storytelling in the language classroom.
The first was on 05.05.20, a three-hour event with participants from Finland, Germany, Singapore, South Korea and UK. One participant from Germany wrote:
Following the above request, I am offering a three-hour practical workshop sometime in June focusing exclusively on methodology (i.e. with no time spent on participants’ storytelling skills). Age-ranges from upper primary (approx. 8-year-olds) to adults. Yes, storytelling covers virtually everyone!
The work will reflect my own 30-odd years teaching in a German secondary school. Read more about that here.
If you would like to join this or another workshop, or have me lead a tailor-made workshop for a group of teachers (min. 4 participants) or an institution, get in touch and we can discuss your needs.
The next scheduled workshops are for
- Karlsruhe University of Education, 25.05.20
- Hauptschule, Bergheim, 03.06.20
- Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, 18.06.20
Below is a three-minute introductory video.
Go here for a list of all tales included on this site
Go here to receive an e-mail notification when new tales are added
Permission to tell outlines my views on copyright
For those who are teachers: Telling stories in the classroom: basing language teaching on storytelling