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Bringing it Alive! Storytelling to boost Literacy and Reading for Pleasure: Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 12 February 2019

Early Booking Discount Extended

Our course Bringing it Alive! Storytelling to boost Literacy and Reading for Pleasure, run by Alec Williams , will be held at Library Services for Education, Clyde Crescent, Whaddon, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL52 5QH on 12 February 2019. The closing date is 28 January 2019. Bookings received by 18 January 2019 are eligible for a discount.

Key Audience: primary school teachers and support staff

The course will cover:

- Why storytelling is important

- Choosing stories that tell/read well

- Practice in using picture books for all ages

- Gaining some easy-to-learn stories from memory

- Adding poetry and rhymes, plus ‘tasters’ of older stories


Delegates will learn:

- How to prepare stories, and make best use of the voice

- How to make stories interactive

- Practical tips from an internationally-experienced storyteller

- Sure-fire story ideas that will work in every classroom

- How to hold children’s interest, and deal with interruptions!


Delegates will leave with:

- New stories to tell straight away

- Recommendations from both trainer and other delegates

- Several handouts packed with more ideas

- Post-course support from trainer and SLS, as applicable

- Fresh confidence and re-charged batteries!

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