Weft, Weave & Waffle - The Craft of Storytelling, The Glade, Tuesday, 05. November 2019

'The shortest distance between one human being and another....is a story' Rabbi Shem tov
A Foundation in telling traditional stories
Narrative skills are an increasingly valued part of an educators toolkit, applied to great effect in all sorts of settings and with a diverse range of client-groups. The craft of storytelling can be broken down into some fundamentals which once distinguished can assist the rapid improvement for those wishing to make use of it either as professional storytellers, or to blend in with presentation skills they already the right story at the right time is also a key area that the course will consider as well offering some coaching for individual work. Participants will then emerge from this enlivening and empowering process with tales to tell, and more confidence and understanding of how, why and where to tell stories.
Day 1Creating the container for risk and playListening skillsClaiming space and finding the voiceDistinctions of the storyteller roleMechanics and methods of learning storiesExtemporising
Day 2Reviewing practiceSpontaneous storytellingMemory and breathMappingTake-offs and LandingsPace and pausesYour material - coaching the storyteller
Participants should bring a story to tell. This should be familiar enough to work on, but not a ‘finished piece’. Ideally, this is 4-6 minutes long.

Tuesday, 05. November 2019, The Glade, Weft, Weave & Waffle - The Craft of Storytelling

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