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Comenius Regio Project: Storytelling Skills and Creativity Meeting
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Second meeting: 13-15 January
Place: Kırşehir, Turkey
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Mr Mahbubur Rahman
Community Engagement Team Manager,
Mrs Iman Ibn Tahaikt
Advisory Teacher,
Ms Karen Martin, Headteacher
CREDS, CCC
CREDS, CCC
Grove Primary School
Ms Laura Jayne Hare, Teacher,
Grove Primary School
Mrs Rachel L Pollington, Teacher,
Peckover Primary School
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Mrs Holly N Gladwin,
Teacher, Peckover Primary School
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Mr Christopher Colquhoun,
Director, Snailtales
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Peter Young
Advisory Teacher
MUSTAFA ÇELİK
CREDS, CCC
Kirsehir Milli Egitim Mudurlugu
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ALI ERDEM
Kirsehir Milli Egitim Mudurlugu
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DERVİŞ ÜNSAL
Bilim Sanat Merkezi
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RAMAZAN İLHAN
Bilim Sanat Merkezi
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KEMAL YILDIRIM
Ögrt.Bedia Koksal Ilk.Okulu
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TUNCAY POLAT
Vali Mithat Saylam Ortaokulu
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ERGÜN BEKTAŞ
30 Agustos İlKokulu
İRFAN ÖZER
30 Agustos İlKokulu
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CEYLAN YILDIRIM
Vali Mithat Saylam Ortaokulu
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ZELIHA BAYRAK
Ögrt.Bedia Koksal Ilk.Okulu
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DEDE YUNUS ŞENBAY
Kirsehir Milli Egitim Mudurlugu
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YENER İŞCİMEN
Kirsehir Milli Egitim Mudurlugu
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MEHMET GÜRHAN LADİKLİ
Kirsehir Milli Egitim Mudurlugu
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SEFA KUMLUBIÇAK
Bilim Sanat Merkezi
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Zeki KARACA
Bilim Sanat Mrk.
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Erol ATA
Rehberlik Ve Araştırma Mrk. Müd.
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Gazanfer Kürşat PEHLİVAN
Rehberlik Ve Araştırma Mrk
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Leyla İLHAN
Anadolu Öğretmen Lisesi
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Ayhan ALTAN
Sırrı Kardeş İlkokulu Müd.
Cafiye ÖZTÜRK
Ögrt.Bedia Koksal
İlkokulu
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RÜYA KILIÇ
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YASİN DOGANER
Kirsehir Milli Egitim Mudurlugu
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Zübeyde DOĞAN
Şeyh Şamil İlkokulu
ADEM ALTINTOP
Ögrt.Bedia Koksal
İlkokulu
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Apologies: Zubeyde
30 Ağustos İlkokulu
Monday 13th January
Morning
AE welcomed everyone.
Everyone introduced himself/herself. AE summarized the aim of the project and activities we are
going to do during this project.
MR introduced himself and Cambridge County Council briefly.
All participants did their presentations about what they had done since October.
AE gave briefly some info so far what have we done
1.LOCAL INFO SHARING
As soon as we were back we informed our head the results of the 1st project meeting
Exchanges of staff involved in school education
We published our Regio project in our website also in local newspapers.
2.INFORMAL MEETING WITH THE TEACHERS FROM THE PARTNER SCHOOLS
Sharing good practice through seminars
After we come back from Cambridge we held formal meeting with our local partners’ teachers to
share what we had learnt from Chip.
3- TRANSLATIONS OF THE 1ST MEETNG RESULTS TO TURKISH LANGUAGE, AND PUBLICATION IN THE
SCHOOLS
Especially we discussed How we present the project to schools and continuity for the future
Teachers from participating regions were informed about each other’s education system and policies
4- FORTY-FOUR TURKISH FAIRY TALES
We sent Turkish traditional stories web site to Chip.
http://www.sacred-texts.com/asia/ftft/
5-DOMAIN AND WEBSITE FOR THE PROJECT.
Creating a web portal to share project outcomes, promote good practice and to sustain the
outcomes of the project
The website of the project will have a "private area" to only 2 partners will be able to access.
The partners will be provided with information regarding the news, meetings (the previous one and
the next one), materials, evaluation, contact information, mailing lists and videoconference
addresses. We formed the official website of the project
http://www.regiostorytelling.com/
6. NETWORKS OF THE PARTICIPATİNG INSTITUTIONS
Creation of a mailing list for the project with schools
Zeliha talked about the things they had done in their school.
7.SOME CONFERENCES FOR PUPILS
To inform them about the objectives of the project
To motivate and encourage children to get creative and subsequently improve their literacy skills
8. 30 TEACHERS FOR THE SECOND WORKSHOP
Teachers from participating schools to attend in workshops and training sessions were selected
and got the offical permission from the governorship.
9. Each partner were responsible 3 dissemination events.
Web : Educational Directory.
flyers : Vali Mithat Saylam İlkokulu
posters : 30 Ağustos İlkokulu
logo : Rehberlik Araştırma Merkezi
Workshop Block 1b–Turkey: By snail tales
Storytelling for Educational Diversity was translated into Turkish and was distributed to all
participants teacher.
10. SNAIL TALES web site was examined in detail and also facebook page was liked
School based story sharing events for whole school, parents and local communities
11. LAST ARRENGEMENTS
travel –hotel-restaurant-programme is ok
Ramazan talked about storytelling competition they held in Kırsehir.
Rachel and Holly presented their works and talked about their students’ attitudes towards stories
and storytelling.
Laura showed a video and talked about narrative and ownership tests she had applied in her class
and compared the results.
Afternoon
Chip ran a workshop for teachers. In this workshop he summarized the things he had covered in the
first meeting. He told the story “ Hansel and Gratel” He gave new techniques apart from narrative
and ownership.
- Foundations ( e.g Easy language is foundation)
- Building up (Enhancing language is building up)
There are important aspects in storytelling.
- How you use your body,
- How you use your voice
There are three aspects of voice.
 Vocal Positions
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Epic Voice ( used for kings,heroes etc. – Gandalf)
Lyric Voice ( soft voice – Legolas)
Witness Voice ( the voice coming from mouth)
These three vocal positions are used both while telling different parts of stories and while telling
different characters.
 Vocal Ranges
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Humming ( Standard vocal range )
Count up to 7 ( High vocal range – for younger women, little girls, small animals etc. )
Count down from 7 ( Low range – for kings, giants etc. )
 Vocal Qualities
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Saying “Hi” ( Normal vocal quality )
Nasal Quality ( Talking from nose – Nnyeah! What’s up Doc? For funny characters and
annoying characters etc )
Breathy Quality ( Humpry we’re leaving! For victims etc.)
Tuesday 14th January
Mahbubur Rahman
Peter Young
Iman Ibn Tahaikt
Karen Martin
Laura-Jayne Hare
Rachel Pollington
Holly Gladwin
Chip Colquhoun
Mustafa Çelik
Ali Erdem
Yunus
Dervis Unsal
Ramazan Ilhan
Kemal Yıldırım
Zeliha Bayrak
Cafiye Ozturk
Tuncay Polat
Ceylan Yıldırım
Ergün Bektas
Irfan Ozer
CREDS
Grove School
Peckover School
Snailtales
Kırsehir MEM
Bilim Sanat Merkezi
Ogrt. Bedia-Koksal Guler Ilkokulu
Vali Mithat Saylam Ortaokulu
30 Agustos Zafer Ilkokulu
Morning
All participants visited the director of national education. He welcomed everyone and talked about
the importance of stories in Turkish culture.
Project group visited the schools participating in the project. Project members visited Vali Mithat
Saylam Secondary school and had a school tour. Then, they visited Teachers Bedia-Koksal Guler
Primary school, observed a 3rd grade lesson for 10 minutes and had a school tour. Finally they visited
30th August Victory Primary school, observed a science lesson and had a school tour.
Afternoon
The Project group visited Yusuf Demir Science and Art Center. Chip from Snailtales ran three
storytelling sessions for children coming from different schools.
Wednesday 15th January
Morning
AE thanked Chip for his fruitful sessions with Turkish students. Gazanfer and Zeliha talked about
students’ feedbacks. They emphasized that it was a great experience for them.
Laura offered to set a link between two countries’ students so that they could communicate each
other and share stories between them.
MR mentioned the impact on children:
- Communication skills
- Imagination
- Creativity
- Learning to learn
- Social skills
The group discussed and fixed the mobilility dates.
Chip presented activity plan for the project:
Stage 1: All will record the video of students’ conversations.
Task 1 : Discuss a topic.
Task 2 : Make up a story by using a “story stick”
Stage 2
3- Workshops on creativity with children in Peckover.
4- LB lesson plan and workshop.
5- INSET on children’s presentations.
6- Peckover put together a “storytelling bazaar”.
7- Everyone put together a “storytelling bazaar”.
8- Repeat stage 1.
Afternoon
The visiting group had a guided city tour.
Third meeting will be from 24-26th March 2014 in Cambridge
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