Multilingual Storytelling Online Party Vol.7
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Multilingual Storytelling Online Party Vol.７
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3min "Japanese Radio Exercise" + Storytelling
■Date : 17 July [Friday]
■Time : 13:00~13:45 [IRAQ time] GMT/UTC + 3h
19:00~19:45 [JAPAN time] GMT + 9h
*Please make sure your time zone!
■Place : YOUR home via zoom
Families are welcome! All ages are welcome!
Babies are most welcome!
You can enjoy storytelling in Kurdish, Arabic, and Japanese!
Shibusawa Yako [Japanese]
Shoichi Ayada [Japanese]
Payveen Issa [Kuridish Bahdini]
Sahar Khudhair [Arabic]
*We have 4 stories in this session
■HOW TO JOIN:
1. Register your name from CONTACT page.
Please write the event name in subject line.
Required your name, First Language, age of kids
We will send the access link to your email address.
For security, please DO NOT share that link to others.
2. If you have already participated last time, you can join with the same link!
3. Bring your device with camera and mic.
*During the event, please turn your mic OFF.
*For security, we request all the participants to turn the cameras ON.
4. Join our zoom meeting.
*You can join the meeting 30 min before start for camera test.
5. We will read the books with the permission from publishers.
6. Please DO NOT take any photos or videos through screen.
7. Let's do 3min "Radio Exercise" together before enjoying multilingual storytelling!
*"Radio Exercise" was designed in Japan by radio broadcasting 92 years ago. So it's called "Radio Exercise"!
■What is “Storytelling”?
Storytelling is the activity to read the story books for children. We will introduce storytelling with the Japanese style "KAMISHIBAI theater" as well. After storytelling, please do not ask them impression or opinion. Let the children imagine freely!
Learn New Words
Brush up Sensibility
Cultivate Thinking Ability
What's more, storytelling is the good communication between parents and children. In Japan, some mothers start storytelling for their unborn babies.
Organized by Peace Cell Project
Cooperated with Alind Organization
Special Thanks to DoE Western Duhok