Photos from a three-day Pearson Longman workshop at St. Paul's School (Lam Tin), Hong Kong, Feb. 2008

Group work
The workshop began with a teachers' session

Lively discussions
Lively discussions

Telling it strongly
Telling it strongly

Telling to the girls
Then the work with the students began - with a story, of course

Partener work
Different activities: partner work

Group re-telling
Re-telling a story in a small group

Working with the girls
Group work - with assistance

Writing
A writing activity following on from hearing the powerful Welsh tale of Beth Gellert - a story of misplaced anger, death and life-long regret

Picture story 1
Work in progress ...

Picture story 2
... telling the tale in four scenes ...

Picture story 3
... in pictures and words

(here are more picture stories created by students in Germany)

Reading
A reading activity

More writing
Storytelling offers lots of spin-off activities in the classroom - here some more writing

Performance
The three-day workshop ended with an opportunity for those wished to perform for all - here two young tandem tellers

Edith performing
An amazingly polished, assured performance from Edith - for me, a genuine highlight

More information about workshops with students.

For workshops in other parts of Asia, contact Katherine Mackay.

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