Effective Storytelling in Libraries and Schools
In this part you will learn about a traditional Japanese storytelling art called Kamishibai that combines narrative skills and artistic creativity.
In this part you can learn about how to engage a child audience in bringing stories alive through speech, gesture, body movement, dance, facial expressions, plastic art, and music.
Learn to explore the full potential of pictures and illustrations through presentations, storytelling activities and project work developed by the children themselves.
Learn about the advantages of the many puppets you can use and make with children, as well as about how to produce a shadow play with children.
Take the AQUA NARRABILIS self-study course and learn at your own pace and for your own needs!
You can review your learning at the end of each part of the self-study course and revisit each part at your own pace.
You can find answers to questions that other learners have made.