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Tag your BFF along and come listen to us as we bring to you tales of friendship..
Storywallahs presents "BFF Tales - Stories of Friendship"
Venue: Atta Galatta
Date: 25th February 2017, Saturday
Time: 5PM - 6PM
Age: 4 years and above
This is a free event.
Where: Space Untitled, JP Nagar
When: 9 July, 4:30pm to 5:30pm
For: Every lover of stories
How do we learn a language and why it matters?
How to tell a story and where to find them?
These and many more questions were discussed in depth with this lovely group of teachers from Presidency School, North Bangalore. They sang songs, learned how to tell stories and most importantly, made a commitment to teaching using stories. Glad to see more and more schools embracing the Story Method in the classroom. #Teaching #Storytelling
Listening, Learning, Laughing, Playing
Tales of Fun and Masti from School
We bring to you, aint it Cool?
Come on over to our Paathshala of Masti and experience fun at school through stories.
When: July 2nd, 2017, 5 pm to 6 pm
Where: Enerjuvate Cafe
Age: Four years and above
This is a Free event.
It is a free event.
Children 4 years and above and anyone young at heart.
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Some tips to tell family stories are mentioned here. Take a look. A long weekend is around the corner. Spend time and celebrate telling some family stories.
We went on a Story ride last Saturday.
As we spun some of our favourite tales, the space came alive with the spells of the angry witch, the calls of the mango-crazy Mangasura, the cleaning instructions of Mr. Joe from the sugar factory, and the bright smiles and encouraging cheers of our lovely audience - some young and some not so young.
Songs, actions and drama filled the air as Ameen and Chaitali took to stage.
Want to experience story fun with us? Watch this space for more....
Here are the two elements that make a good business story: a) Authenticity and b) Articulation #Storytelling.
Nellore - a multicultural city with a rich historical past, that is fast growing into a hub for education and development.
That's where we were this week, running a storytelling workshop for the teachers of Rainbow School.
With the enthusiastic teachers of the school, we went through the How, Why, and What of Storytelling and discovered together that anything, just anything can be taught through stories
Glimpses of the workshop facilitated by Nupur Aggarwal from Storywallahs
Back to school?
Never mind. Stories and fun continue at The Spinning Wheel with Storywallahs.
See you tomorrow at 5 pm.
Stories! Orally told! Really?
Yes Stories. The easiest way to travel, without any ticket or visa.
Yes Stories. Time machines that transport us to times past and times not yet upon us.
Come and travel through time and space as Ameen Haque brings to you An Evening With Storywallahs.
Suitable for all kids above 4 years all the way upto 100 years.
When: 10th June. 5.00-6.00 PM
Where: The Spinning Wheel, Bellandur
Who is a teacher?
A person who educates, instructs, inspires, and influences lives.
Participants from various walks of life joined us as we explored together how anything, just anything could be taught using stories - not just within the boundaries of a classroom, but beyond.
Arent we all teachers? And arent we all storytellers?
Glimpses from our Teaching Through Stories workshop facilitated by Ameen Haque, Navnita Kedar, and Trupti Srikanth @ Atta Galatta over the weekend.
Storywallahs presents "Teaching Through Stories", a workshop that helps teachers in their efforts to do what they do best - CHANGE LIVES.
@ Atta Galatta on Sunday, 4th June
We forget what we learn through rote learning but we remember what we learn through stories. Storytelling is a powerful educational tool. If concepts and subjects are taught through stories, it will make learning joyous and permanent and make the subjects and teachers like-able.
Storywallahs will conduct a workshop "Teaching Through Stories".
Date: 4th June(Sunday)
Time: 10:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Venue: Atta Galatta, Koramangala
Who should attend this workshop: Teachers, Educators, Any one who works closely with children and wants to reform the teaching methods
The workshop will cover the Why, How and What of Storytelling:
1) Why stories should be told in classrooms
2) What is a story and how to create stories on their own
3) How to teach Math, Science, Language, Life skills and much more using stories.
4) How to perform the story using voice modulation, props and body language
At the end of the workshop, teachers will be able to create subject/concept based stories and learn how to tell stories to make them engaging.
For registrations/queries, write to email@example.com. Workshop fees: Rs 2500 per participant
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When the squirrel made the king realise that its powers were no less than his, we felt like kings.
And of course, our cute little Kabir, the monkey made us laugh all through the session of fun, play and stories with Chaitali Verma
Come and enjoy the Royal Stories tomorrow at Atta Galatta. See you at 5 pm.
Once upon a time, there was a queen...
Stories of kings, queens, princes, princesses fascinated us in childhood. Stories of palaces and grandeur transported us to their times. They mesmerized us then, they fill us with wonder even today.
Let's re-live "Royal Stories" with Storywallahs on 27th May, 5 to 6 pm at Atta Galatta.
For children above 4 years and anyone young at heart.
For registrations, call 096325 10126.
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