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Digital workshop

Join us for a fun and interactive English and Drama workshop led by a professional storyteller.

In your classroom

 

“Encourages experiential learning through physical movement, discussion and collaboration.”

Melinda Dransfield, Digital Producer Sydney Opera House 

NSW Curriculum Links:

A creative storytelling workshop for Primary Students

This storytelling workshop is a fun and creative way for students to develop their speaking, listening and storytelling skills. Students will learn about the structure and stages of a narrative, while using both language and non-verbal communication skills such as tone of voice, face and body.

A professional storyteller will guide the students in a jointly composed story, encouraging students to share original and imaginative ideas, while participating in a series of dramatisations.

This curriculum-linked workshop will provide a unique opportunity for students to develop crucial interaction, presentation and listening skills while exploring the inner world of their imagination.

Presented by Sydney Opera House

Staging Stories Image: Prudence Upton

NSW Curriculum Links

Subject

 

Content

 

Outcomes

Early Stage 1

Stage 1

General Capabilities and cross-curriculum priorities

Drama

Making
Performing
Appreciating

 

ENe–1A
ENe–6B
ENe–10C
ENe–11D

EN1–1A
EN1–6B
EN1–10C
EN1–11D

Critical and creative thinking
Difference and diversity
Personal and social capability

 

English

Speaking and listening
Thinking imaginatively and creatively
Expressing themselves

DRAES1.1 DRAES1.3 DRAES1.4

DRAS1.1
DRAS1.2
DRAS1.3
DRAS1.4

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