Video and Story Telling

22Apr2017

Salini Bay, St. Paul's Bay

This session will explore the potential for video narratives in the language classroom. We will look at possibilities for teacher-led storytelling activities as well as tasks which involve student storytelling performances. Importantly the session also examine ways in which video recording devices can enhance the learning and the teaching.

From 9.00am until 1.00pm

At Salini Resort,

Salini Bay, St. Paul's Bay

€41.30

FELTOM / assistant@feltom.com

Video and storytelling
Ever since YouTube was launched in 2005, I have been fascinated by the stories that come out of video-sharing culture. As a teacher, these are the stories that I like to use in the classroom. During this day of workshops, we will explore the potential for video narratives in the language classroom. We will look at possibilities for teacher-led storytelling activities as well as tasks which involve student storytelling performances. Importantly, we will also examine ways in which video recording devices can enhance the learning and the teaching. Please bring your mobile phone or tablet computer!

BIO:
Jamie Keddie is a teacher trainer, writer and presenter who has shared his ideas with teachers and educators all over the world. His areas of interest include image, video, video cameras and storytelling in the classroom. He is the founder of lessonstream.org, and the author of ‘Images’ (OUP 2009), ‘Bringing online video into the classroom’ (OUP 2014) and ‘Videotelling’ (2016). Jamie is an associate trainer at Norwich Institute for Language Education.

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