|Date:||Tuesday, 3rd July 2012|
|Time:||1:00pm – 2:30pm|
|Venue:||MMU Special Collections, Sir Kenneth Green Library|
Tell me one good story
Based on the Arabian Nights, where Scheherezade told nights of stories to keep herself alive, this workshop asks children to think of a story that they would tell someone if they could only tell them one story. What makes a story one that you can listen to again and again without getting bored?
In this workshop, children will be asked to think of their favourite story and discuss what it is that they like about it. We will then brainstorm in small groups to think of characters, themes and events that children could use to create their story.
The aim of the workshop is for each child to produce an original story of between 100 and 250 words which could then be collated in to a collection or booklet.
This will allow each child to create their best work with the premise that this would be a story created of all of their favourite story elements.
|Age Group:||7 to 9|
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