Teach Art & Foreign Languages with a story for World Space Week

Teach Art & Foreign Languages with a story for World Space Week

12 Minuten
Exploring the best teaching method known to science: storytelling.


vor 4 Monaten
Discover fun and effective ways to easily engage children aged 4–11
in topics such as comparing artists, texture, Romantic languages,
and more, with a story based on the changing phases of the Moon...
Sharing their ideas with you are teachers Bex and Rob, both of whom
have extensive experience across all primary age groups, and Epic
Storyteller Chip. Bex and Chip have also trained hundreds of
teachers to excel in their classrooms. Listen to the full story via
our sister podcast https://feeds.captivate.fm/fablespodcast/
(Fables & Fairy Tales). For additional resources – including
lesson plans, story books, storytelling videos, classroom
challenges and more – visit https://epictales.co.uk/
(epictales.co.uk) Plus join the community at
(facebook.com/groups/teachhappily), or find us on Twitter using
https://twitter.com/teachhappily (@teachhappily) – let us know what
subjects or stories you need us to cover! Cover art: Mario Coelho
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