|The magical picturebook tour! Link to recording of presentation
Into using authentic materials in your classes? Enjoy using stories? Like children’s literature? Know what picturebooks are? Don’t know what picturebooks are? Work with small kids? Work with big kids? Hey, doesn’t really matter what you do or where you do it, or how much or how little you think you know about it. Why not spend an hour with me on a magical picturebook tour? I’ll be sharing my very favourite picturebooks to look at picturebook anatomy, to show you what makes a good picturebook, to look at picturebook pictures and picturebook words. There’ll be picturebooks for little kids, medium sized kids and big kids; funny picturebooks, sad picturebooks, scarey picturebooks and serious picturebooks; picturebooks in rhyme, picturebooks in prose, and picturebooks with no words at all. Picturebooks! We’ll be looking at, listening to, talking about and sharing picturebooks! What better way to spend an hour?
The tour starts on Friday 10th February at 19:00 GMT. And why not bring along your favourite picturebook!
Sandie has lived and worked in Portugal for 25 years as a teacher, teacher educator, author and consultant. She’s passionate about picturebooks and shares this passion
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