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Programme IDAEP0420432
Programme TypeWorkshops
Recommended Size 10 - 40
Language English
Programme Format On-site, Digital, Blended (mix of on-site and digital)
Cost $1320.00 Per session
Primary Art Form - Sub-Genre Literary Arts - Storytelling
Student Profile Primary Lower, Primary Middle, Primary Upper, Secondary Lower, Secondary Upper
Secondary Art Form - Sub-Genre -
Venue (where applicable)


Programme Synopsis This popular workshop uses a lively, hands-on approach to equipping students with basic storytelling skills. Students will discover the fun of telling stories. They will learn how to tell stories without resorting to memorisation and use techniques to tap their imagination to make the story uniquely their own. The workshop will include opportunities for the students to listen to a skilled teller and for them to refine and gain confidence in their own telling skills. Appropriate handouts and notes will be provided. This workshop will be individually tailored according to the age and abilities of the students. • Why tell stories? • How to find stories that are suitable for telling. • Techniques for learning story structure. • Techniques for imagining a story through different sensory modes. • Performance tips. • Storytelling with props. • Storytelling practice. Asian Storytelling Network, Singapore’s first professional storytelling company, has a pool of skilled artiste educators who have been successfully engaging students and teachers in schools since 2002.
Focus Areas Acquire Skills & Knowledge
Point of Emphasis Not applicable
Lesson Goal #1 To introduce students to the techniques of choosing, learning and telling stories.
Lesson Goal #2 To build the student’s confidence in their storytelling abilities.

Microphone, Audio/Sound System

Hands free Microphone, Visualizer, Whiteboard, Flipchart, Marker pens. Laptop, MS PowerPoint, projector facilities upon request.

The Tote Board Arts Grant was introduced in 1995 to encourage the development of a vibrant arts culture in schools, and to promote arts appreciation amongst students.

Each year, all MOE schools and ITE Colleges may opt-in to receive the Arts Grant. Schools may use the grant to subsidise the purchase of programmes under the NAC-AEP and for the Artist-in-School Scheme (AISS).

All approved programmes are listed on the NAC-AEP Directory and come with a valid Letter of Eligibility.

To purchase this programme, contact the representative listed on the Programme Detail Page and make contractual arrangements directly with the programme provider.

Please ensure that a valid Letter of Eligibility (LOE) is obtained. Note that MOE procurement guidelines apply.

Payment should be made directly to the programme provider. Claims for the Arts Grant should be made via IFAAS and in accordance to Grant Guidelines.

Programme providers are permitted to make changes to the following aspects of an NAC-AEP, according to the school’s needs:

  • Programme duration, including no. of sessions
  • Cost of programme
  • Class size

Under the above conditions, schools can make claims based on revised programme costs using the same Programme ID listed on the Letter of Eligibility (LOE).

The following changes are not permitted when customising programmes:

  • Changes to content
  • Inclusion of non-approved instructor(s)

Offered by:

Asian Storytelling Network

Asian Storytelling Network (ASN), Singapore's first professional storytelling company has offered storytelling programmes for every occasion and venue since 2002. Our storytellers will weave a web of delight, transporting the audience from their everyday world into the world of story. Drawing on the rich heritage of folktales from Asia and beyond they will create a programme especially tailored to your needs. Whether using props, audience participation or simply the magic of the voice they will activate the imagination, stimulate the intellect, and engage the hearts of audiences of all ages.


Vinod Somaiah 97886975 admin@asianstorytellingnetwork.com   Visit provider page

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