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Interactive Storytelling


Online Storytelling Course

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Storytelling is the art of communicating culture, morals, and knowledge through words. When we did not have paper and books, storytelling (folktales) was the only way to transfer crucial knowledge from one generation to another.

Experience storytelling at its best with eTutorWorld. This summer, let this special online storytelling course take your little ones to far-off lands while they learn about Indian traditions and grasp moral values. Register today to reserve a seat for your child.

Benefits of Storytelling

If you are looking for reasons to choose the Interactive Storytelling Course this summer, here are 5 compelling ones that you cannot ignore.

  • Fosters Imagination
  • Sharpens Memory
  • Enhances communication skills
  • Instills morals and cultural values
  • Improves listening skills and comprehension

About the Course

eTutorWorld’s Interactive Storytelling Course combines a wide range of storytelling techniques with beautiful stories from Indian literature. This course is for children aged 5-12 years and also covers Sanskrit shlokas and their meanings. Some of the most popular techniques that you will come across include Kamishibai, Performative Story-telling, Puppetry, and Interactive Storytelling.

This online storytelling course has been designed in line with the tenets of child psychology. All the sessions are theme-based and molded around life values that children need to learn. Our tutors use the best techniques and technology to create magical sessions that lead to personal and social growth.

This is a group course with children from different age groups and backgrounds. One batch may have 4-10 students.

Course Schedule

Interactive Story-telling is an 8-hour course for the summer break. The hours will be spread across 4 weeks, with 2 sessions of 45 minutes each per week. We have a fixed schedule for the course with designated days for stories, narrated using different storytelling techniques.

Sl No Name of the Story Moral of the Story Sourced From Story Style
1 Story of Chidambaram and the Cracked Pot Never be arrogant Mythology and Fables Kamishibai - Japanese style of storytelling that combines a set of illustrated paper cards paired with a scripted performance by the narrator
2 Silly rich boy Be brave, work hard Folk Tales Performative storytelling with changing background
3 Emperor's Shoes Be creative Folk Tales Performative storytelling
4 The 3 charms Listen to elders Folk Tales Kamishibai
5 Gruffallo You are as strong as you think you are ; size does not matter British children's picture book by writer Julia Donaldson Kamishibai
6 Farmer Princess Protect and preserve nature Folk Tales Puppetry
7 Flowering tree Protect and preserve nature Folk Tales Puppetry
8 Gadadar is Dead Always ask question Folk Tales Performative storytelling
9 Brave Elephant Importance of friendship Panchatantra Performative storytelling
10 Mushika Story Understand mythological stories Mythology Interactive storytelling
11 Garuda Story Understand mythological stories Folk Tales Performative storytelling
12 Hanuman's Ramayana Understand mythological stories Ramayana Kamishibai
13 Sita Kalyana Understand mythological stories Ramayana Kamishibai
14 Phir Phur Be creative Folk Tales Performative storytelling
15 Princess Amulya Being brave, strong and helpful Folk Tales Performative storytelling
16 Tutu and Kalu Being inclusive, Be brave Story written by Prashanth Sanakaran Kamishibai
17 The Moon Princess Being honest Folktale from Japan Kamishibai
18 Kabulliwalla Caring for others Story by Rabindranath Tagore Interactive storytelling
19 The two goats Sharing and caring Fables Puppetry
20 Bonku babu Being brave Story by Satyajit Ray Interactive storytelling

View a sample session on Interactive Story

Benefits of Storytelling Course at eTutorWorld

  • eTutorWorld combines the effectiveness of traditional learning with the latest technology.
  • Interactive sessions with ample time allotted for doubts and questions.
  • A structured storytelling course developed by highly respected tutors.
  • Focus on shlokas and Indian culture.
  • Virtual class recordings for missed sessions or weekend revisions.
  • Relaxed learning at chosen timing, including evening hours and weekends.
  • Course Certificate at the end of 8 weeks from eTutorWorld.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the pre-requisites for this course?
There are no pre-requisites for this course. Any students with a desire to learn about Indian culture through interesting stories can register for the course. Hardware pre-requisites include a personal device and a stable internet connection.
2. Who will be teaching this course?

Interactive storytelling sessions will be conducted by experienced story-tellers. They come with a rich history of Expressive Arts Therapy and Theater.

3. Is this a regular course?
Though this is a special summer course that has been planned to get over before schools reopen for the Fall session, we may offer the course even after kids start attending school. However, the course will always be available on the eTutorWorld website.
4. Will there be books for the course?
Our storytellers will be recommending interesting story books from time to time. The books will only be suggestions for some extra reading.
5. Is there a demo session for the course?

Yes, eTutorWorld offers a Free Trial for all its courses. You can fill up this form to register for a free demo session.

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