Development Workshops In Storytelling (See Below)
Integrating California Standards in Performing Arts (VAPA)
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Fairy’s Podcast as a Teaching Tool
The Benefits of
Live and Online:
Development Trainings in Oral Storytelling!
of a Storyteller:
Storytelling to Promote Literacy, Language and Life-skills
Full-Day, Half-Day or 2 Hour
Workshops Available: Fun, Interactive and Informative!
detailed agenda upon request. Testimonials at bottom of page.)
Learning Outcomes and Takeaways:
1. Seven dynamic
oral storytelling tools to boost language, STEM and cognitive
skills in children.
2. How to use
everyday stories to ignite literacy, school subjects and the love
3. Tricks of the
trade: How to use folktales and stories to dynamically engage and
develop cultural identity and language in youth. English Language
Learners and special needs children discussed (tales with Spanish
General Agenda and Activities- Presentation and
Small Group Formats:
- Secrets of the Storytelling Trade to
Engage and Connect with Children: Entertaining, interactive and performance
portion of the program. 'The Seven Storytelling Secrets'
drawn from a decade of live performances.
What’s in A Story? Using
storytelling as literacy catalyst, and optimal times for story.
Use of Culturally Specific Folktales for English
Language Learners: Innovative ideas and resources to integrate the
diverse cultures and languages of children in storytelling to
skyrocket language and cognitive skills: one of the main keys to
Integrating the Special Needs of Children: Capitalizing on the strength modality of children
with special needs in storytelling.
Using Story to Create Teachable Moments: How to use everyday stories to help children
express their feelings and fears; role playing and fun use of
Stories and STEM: How to transform STEM subjects into an adventure in
Everyone is a Storyteller: Using participants’ innate personality to become an
authentic and/or dynamic storyteller. Hands-on and feedback
portion of program (copies of folktales provided).
Stories are a nifty tool belt.
Need a colorful example for an
Want to engage the
attention of children before plunging into an important subject?
Need a way to help your
students build contextual understanding in STEM subjects?
TELL A STORY!
Workshop comments from teachers
(anonymous) in post-evaluation forms:
“She had all of our attention. Super!”
“Best training ever!”
“Very entertaining staff
“You are excellent!!”
“Good speaker who provided great
information to be a good storyteller.”
“She was great and very
List and Stories to Tell
Magical Tree and Musical Wind
By The Library Fairy®
Includes a Story Theater
rendition for children to enact and lesson plans!
Margaret Read MacDonald
Great for the beginning
The Golden Thread: Storytelling in Teaching and Learning
By Susan Danoff
Superb resource for the power of storytelling in the