In episode 3 of this professional development series, Damien Herlihy looks at a range of storytelling techniques to engage your learners in the English language classroom.
In this month’s vlog post for Pavilion ELT, Damien Herlihy continues his professional development series for 2021. You can watch the introduction to the series here and look back to episode 2 on giving instructions in the English language classroom.
In this episode, Damien focuses on storytelling in the classroom. Storytelling is a great way to engage students in your lessons. Find out how to use picture books, tales, videos and teacher-generated stories more effectively in your classroom.
Also, please let us know how the series is making you reflect on your own teaching and/or what has worked well for you in the comments under the vlog or below our shares on the Pavilion ELT social media.
Ellis, G & Ibrahim N. (2015). Teaching Children How to Learn. Surrey: Delta
Heathfield, D. (2004–2021) ‘Storytelling articles’. English Teaching professional. Shoreham-by-Sea: Pavilion Publishing and Media.
Heathfield, D. (2014). Storytelling With Our Students. Surrey: Delta
Keddie, J. (2017). Videotelling: YouTube Stories for the Classroom. London: Lesson Stream Books