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|Description||Children deserve the very best literature we can provide – material which will arouse their interest in and develop a move of books and reading. This session will suggest a range of exciting, challenging and appropriate texts for use in the classroom to encourage young readers and act as models for their own writing. This will be a practical session with ideas and strategies for teachers to use in school. This course will offer teachers a wide range of ideas and strategies for storytelling and for story writing. Areas for consideration will include choice of theme, story performance, development of story structure, creation of character and use of language. Teachers will have the opportunity to examine and assess a variety of appropriate texts and resources used to promote storytelling and will return to school with plenty of practical ideas to use in the classroom.|
|Categories||English / Literacy, Teaching staff, Out of school, Out of school|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||This course will
• Give an increased understanding of the process of creating a story
• Give an opportunity to view and asses a range of appropriate resources to use as models for writing
• Provide the chance to explore a variety of strategies and practical approaches for encouraging children’s storytelling and story writing
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|Follow-up activities and support||The provider has not supplied this information|
|Details||This course will be delivered by Dr Gervase Phinn
Professor Gervase Phinn taught in a range for schools for fourteen years, before becoming an education advisor and school inspector.
He is now a freelance lecturer, broadcaster, author and poet. He is a former President of the School Library Association.
Gervase Phinn is probably best known for his five best-selling autobiographical novels based on his life as a school inspector in North Yorkshire, books which he read on the Radio 4 programme, ‘Book of the Week’. Head Over Heels in the Dales was a number one best-seller. In addition he has published a wide range of poetry, short stories, non-fiction materials, plays and academic texts. His early memoir Road to the Dales, the Story of a Yorkshire lad published by Penguin, was an instant best-seller.
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