The Power of story. Stories continue to be shared by Indigenous people to convey history, communicate social teachings and moral code, teach the younger generations about the history and geology of the land, animal and plant science, and the interconnectedness between humans, plants and animals. This workshop is designed for secondary students with an extended period of 90 minutes.
Location: ZOOM - Online
Lead Teacher provides the curriculum connections in advance that you would like incorporated. Our team will research, plan and incorporate into the workshop to be delivered in your classroom. We will provide an outline to you with the stories that will be delievered in the classroom.
What Happens on the Day of the Workshop:
Storyteller - Cultural Ambassador - will be at a seperation location.
Date of Tour: we can best accomodate your class when booked in advance
Duration: 1 hr
The on-line booking system will provide a time. These times can be accomodated to meet your session block schedule.
Talaysay Rates: 2020-21 (Please read carefully)
Sincerely,Candace T. Campo and Larry Campo - Aboriginal Eco Tours & Talaysay Tours
Materials: photos, books, maps, drums, classpers, cedar, regalia and cultural artifacts are brought to class.
Coast Salish Indigenous Songs: interactive; students are included
Stories to Select from:
Class Inquiry and discussion is added after each story is shared. The teacher can elect to present critial question- inquiry.
Classroom management is the role of the teacher. The Talaysay Cultural Ambassador is trained to promote and sustain active listening but will not discipline and or address behavior matters in your class.
Your workshop includes indigenous tea. Time at the end of the class will be assigned for for questions, comments and inquiries.