Views
4 months ago

TT1819 Cultural Catalogue

PRIMARY-SPECIFIC OFFERS

PRIMARY-SPECIFIC OFFERS Lyrici Arts Project Name Out of the Box CPD About the Project Lyrici Arts was founded in 2016 and is a Kent based organisation which works in partnership with local organisations and authorities to address Black Minority Ethnic (BME) diversity inclusion via arts programming. The name Lyrici means 'of Literature, Art or Music - expressing the writer's emotions in an imaginative and beautiful way'. Our remits include festivals and community events, theatre shows and professional development. This Out of the Box CPD workshop session is led by Olusola Oyeleye - an award-winning writer, director and producer working in opera, music theatre, visual arts and dance. Over 90 minutes you will review how storytelling themes can feed into the curriculum and lesson planning. Teachers will be given a storytelling resource box which has a selection of tactile objects from different cultures around the African continent and items with universal cultural contexts. The box dimensions are 65x70cm and the range of items that classes can use to tell cultural stories include: African prints, masks, costumes, shells and a traditional broom. There are also smaller items such as corals, stones, feathers and more. The facilitator Olusola will show teachers how to use the resources to develop written, physical and oral skills in the classroom. Teachers will then be equipped with the tools and knowledge to create drama activities with students and support them to use the resources as inspiration to write stories, poetry or prose of their own. You will work on developing new skills to work with students and reluctant writers, aiding them with KS1 and KS2 curriculum outcomes to develop public speaking, performance skills and raise self-esteem. Suitability Teachers of KS1-2. Dates, Location & Format Monday 4 February 2018, 16:00-18:00, High House Production Park, Purfleet. 64

PRIMARY-SPECIFIC OFFERS • Increased observation skills • Shadowing and testing new methods with mentor support • Building confidence in new approaches • Group mentoring and practice evaluation via peer group exchange and interaction • Self-reflection Physical and oral skills: Learning Outcomes Teachers will gain the confidence to tell stories like a storyteller. They will learn storytelling skills, spoken word skills and be able to tell stories stimulated by an object, therefore encouraging young people to be able to do the same. Teachers will learn about a range of different narrative structures and have the knowledge to think of different ways to start stories including call and response methods, and participatory stories with rhymes that children can repeat. Teachers will have the confidence to read to students and peers in an animated way, using objects and books to make the storytelling participatory and an active learning process. Teacher Commitment & Training Teachers need to attend the CPD and be willing to participate in storytelling activities. Teachers are encouraged to take learning back into the classroom, using the resources container provided. What happens at the end? Other Resources/Support Lyrici also offer storytelling workshops; these could be used as student wrap-around activities for teachers undertaking this CPD, to further expand the impact of the learning. All resources will be provided on the day. These will be individual storytelling boxes, per teacher, with a collection of unique contents to inspire stories. The boxes will also include a paper ‘How to Guide’ with instructions and follow up storytelling ideas. Costs £60 per teacher. This includes one universally themed storytelling resource box (worth £30) to keep for the classroom. Please note the following project will compliment this offer: • Lyrici Arts: Storytelling Workshops 65