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Bringing it Alive! Storytelling to boost Literacy and Reading for Pleasure: Witham, Essex, 7 March 2017

Our course Bringing it Alive! Storytelling to boost Literacy and Reading for Pleasure, run by Alec Williams , will be held at EES for Schools/School Library Service, 11 Freebournes Road, Witham, Essex CM8 3UN on 7 March 2017. 

This is a lively, new course aimed at all primary school teachers and support staff.  It will cover the use of stories across the whole Primary Sector and explore how participants can ensure their stories both motivate pupils to read, and show them the pleasure they can get from it.  They will learn -

- How to prepare stories and make best use of their voice

- How to make stories interactive

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

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

The closing date is 21 February 2017. Bookings received by 7 February 2017 are eligible for a £15 discount making the cost of the full days training just £90 (SLA members), £120 (for delegates working in schools which are not members of the SLA but subcribe to EES for Schools/Essex School Library Service), £160 (non-members of either group).  Additional discounts are available for a second person attending from the same school (accompanying a full paying individual).  Please see SLA website for details.

Key Audience: primary school teachers and support staff

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