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Using Stories as a Springboard for Language Learning

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This enlightening webinar shares the benefits of using stories and as a springboard for language learning.

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"Stories are one of the oldest, most effective yet most under-used language teaching resources in classrooms today. They provide a uniquely powerful linguistic and psychological tool through which children can listen to and interact with language in meaningful and enjoyable contexts.

This enlightening webinar looks at the benefits of using stories as language learning tools in primary classrooms, and provides examples of how stories can subsequently be used a springboard for language learning. Participants will share practical ideas on how to create interesting, story-based teaching materials for their primary students based on the stories they share in class."

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Please email Kimberly Tan at Kimberlytan@mcinstitute.com.sg for enquiries

Helen has spent over 30 years as a teacher, teacher trainer and trainer trainer. She has experience in developing teachers’ skills right across the early years, primary and secondary sectors, and is well-known for her lively and highly interactive approach to teacher training and development. As the Director of Studies of Lorna Whiston Schools, a role she held for 14 years, Helen had an overall responsibility for the in-service training of the teaching staff across all branches of the schools, including Singapore, Malaysia, China and Hong Kong. Helen was engaged as a Consultant Teaching Fellow with The University of York for 10 years, between 2005 and 2015, a role which saw her training and mentoring educators from all over the world who were studying for their Master’s degrees in Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL). In 2008, Helen set up the highly successful Teacher Training and Development Unit at Lorna Whiston Schools, Singapore, conducting teacher training for MOE School teachers islandwide. She also worked with Open University Malaysia as a Master Trainer, developing and delivering training programmes for teachers throughout Malaysia.

MCI Live Webinar series aims to bring the best practices and teaching strategies to fellow educators around the world.  With technology as an enabler, our expert trainers are able to conduct each webinar like our signature face-to-face sessions where MCI can stay true to our commitments to: (1) sharing of best practice (2) providing a platform of exchange (3) engaging in hands-on interaction (4) taking home implementable strategies for the classrooms.

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