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Welcome to the 2017 KORCOS International Education Conference at Chadwick International. Please browse the many wonderful presentations and jobalikes that are being offered and start creating your schedule. We look forward to welcoming you on Saturday, November 18.

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Saturday, November 18 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Learning English Through Oral Storytelling and Acting (PK - Grade 2) LIMITED

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Teaching young English Language Learners can feel overwhelming as you try to balance everything you have heard about language learning. I will share my perspectives as an Early Childhood teacher who has an ongoing commitment to seek out and share research based best practices. This approach to empowering literacy, personal voice, and holistic health through storytelling and acting is inspired by Master Teacher Vivian Paley. Please check out this article for a taster about her work - http://www.naeyc.org/content/conversation-vivian-gussin-paley. 
We will explore making the most of 3 to 8-year-old children’s potential to learn more vocabulary and grammar through oral language opportunities, specifically through storytelling and acting. This approach to storytelling organically co-mingles with children's play and allows for multiple points of entry to and from play based learning. Take aways will be provided including how to structure and schedule scribing and acting stories, progressive stories, and other language arts learning engagements.

Matt Freeman is passionate about joyful learning experiences for all. He did his Master of Teaching with a Specialization in Early Childhood Education. For 12 years Matt has taught ages 4-8 in different mixes and and grades in Canada, China, and Korea. This is his 7th year teaching IB. Let the children play!


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Matt Freeman

Early Years Curriculum Leader, GSIS


Saturday November 18, 2017 3:30pm - 4:30pm
B-210
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