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    • INVITES YOU TO: STORYTELLING IN L2 Practical techniques to tell a story effectively  Jerome Bruner and The 3 P’S of Narrative Thinking  From action to text  What story to choose?  Staging stories  The use of body language  The storyteller  The characters  The deal between the storyteller and his characters  The distribution of the text  Dealing with restless students  The CRR formula for YOUNG LEARNERS  Audience participation (aiming at all levels)  Playing with stories  Can we use props? By the end of the workshop, teachers will have obtained concrete tools to embrace the art of Storytelling. When? 28th August, from 14 to 17:30hs Where? S.U.M. Centro Cultural de San Lorenzo (San Carlos y Entre Ríos) Fee: From 14th to 27th August, $80. Special Fee for APrIR members only: $ 60. Please book your place in advance at Librería Palabras, Rivadavia 619, San Lorenzo, tel: 03476-425566 from Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 12:30, or from 16 to 20hs, Saturday from 9 to 12:30. Or by e-mail to
    • (Please, include your full name, city and telephone number) Limited vacancies! And the chance of purchasing: the latest kinesthetic STORIES IN MOTION, by Fabiana Parano: a set of audience participation stories + a CD with songs about the stories. BIODATA: Fabiana Parano has created and performs Stories in a Bag. A teacher trainer, a storyteller and a writer, Ms. Parano holds a Self’-Esteem Practitioner Degree from the International Council for Self-Esteem in USA, an Accreditation for Creative Writing from Cambridge University in UK and has majored in Storytelling at Ana Padovani’s School and at Ana María Bovo’s School. Fabiana has also worked on character sketching and creation with Andrew Mckenna and mimicry acting at the Mime Theatre of Escobar-Lerchundi. At present, is exploring the world of narrative acting. Ms. Parano has helped in Teaching Practice at Joaquín V. González Teacher Training College and has been an English Coordinator at Septiembre School and Headmistress at Amapola School. Her experience includes training teachers in the Art of Storytelling and its application in a second or foreign language situation. To this end, she has delivered workshops and presentations throughout the country, at schools, teachers’ training colleges and for publishing houses. She has written stories of all sorts, based on the observation of daily conflicts among students, which she indulges in sharing with her different audiences. Her last creation is Stories in Motion, a set of audience participation kinesthetic tales, along with catchy songs Subsecretaria de Cultura de la Municipalidad de San Lorenzo