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'Play out the play': an active storytelling approach to Shakespeare with the under 12's

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I wrote the beginnings of an abstract for the leaflet. For something longer and more detailed about my session I would like to extend the short paragraph you already have on the website (which begins…’This research seminar’ and ends ‘the imaginative world of Shakespeare’s plays’. Then, to make it a fuller description it continues as follows :

‘Sarah Gordon will explore the educational principles behind active storytelling and will show some filmed video footage of children who are actively involved in the Young Shakespeare Company’s performance of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. Seminar participants will have the opportunity to gain a first-hand insight into the practical strategies of active storytelling and gain an understanding of how young children are creatively and imaginatively inspired by their experience of being involved in Shakespeare’s stories’

Biog :

Sarah Gordon has a Master’s Degree in Education and is the author of “Active Approaches to Primary School Shakespeare” (1989). For the past 20 years Sarah has been the Artistic Director of the Young Shakespeare Company, the pioneers of primary school Shakespeare. In addition to her work for the Young Shakespeare Company, Sarah has devised and led projects for many theatre companies including the National Theatre, the English Shakespeare Company, the Orange Tree Theatre, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and for Advisors across the country.

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