Creativity and communication through story and drama

Carol Read
Start time
Saturday 9 June, 09:00
End time
Saturday 9 June, 10:00
The Place
Ottawa

This session shows how a well-managed, whole-child approach to storytelling and drama develops pupils’ potential for creativity and helps them to become confident communicators in English. We will use an integrated combination of multisensory techniques and digital resources to explore ways to engage children in relevant issues and to link learning English to authentic culture and real content. We will also explore the role of storytelling and drama in developing positive values in today’s world.

About Carol Read

Carol Read has over 30 years’ experience in ELT as a teacher, teacher trainer, academic manager, materials writer and educational consultant.

Carol’s main specialisation is in early years and primary language teaching. Her publications include award-winning titles such as Bugs, 500 Activities in the Primary Classroom, and most recently a six-level primary course with integrated digital resources, Tiger Time. Carol is a former President of IATEFL. You can find out more about Carol by visiting www.carolread.com

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Looking forward to seeing you
all in Bratislava

8th-9th June 2018

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