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A Professional Storyteller since 1978, Sue tells and instructs in the art through interactive workshops for educators, librarians, library workers, parents and the community - from adults to children. She is also past president and currently public liaison of the Storytelling Guild of Australia (SA).

By the end of the session you will have several stories "up your sleeve" and ready to tell to the first available audience


1. Story Time in the Library

  • Basics of storytelling
  • Practicalities
  • Sources
  • Getting started
  • Telling Stories to young children
  • Reading Stories to young children
  • Planning a session
  • Adjuncts
  • Develop your own style


duration: 2 or 3 hours (as requested)
minimum: 10 people
*advanced storytelling sessions also available


2. Storytelling with the Community (borrowers)

Everyone loves a good story both formal and informal.  Whether it be to an audience of one or one hundred, there is an intimacy in storytelling that draws people together.  After a story told, we are no longer stranger, one to the other." Sue Harris

Enter the wonderful world of storytelling and gain confidence and skills as you develop your own distinctive style."

  • Where to start
  • How to begin
  • Types of stories best for telling
  • Passing on your heritage through storytelling
  • Preparing your own story for telling
  • Sharing Storytelling with your own children
  • Storytelling games to encourage young children in the art of storytelling
  • Using adjuncts

By the end of the session you will have several stories "up your sleeve" and ready to tell to the first available listener!
duration: 2 or 3 hours (as requested)
minimum: 10 people
 


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