I proposed the idea of a “storyteller robot,” and it finally started to work.
It was decided to develop a workshop characterized by the experience of reporting a local story, transplanting the story to the robot, preparation for the robot to tell the story (adaptation to give the action), and presentation experience.
The story takes place in Tahara Motocho, Nara.
There seems to be a lot of stories left.
On a hot summer day, I thought I’d take the kids on a journey through a world of spinning words and fantasies.
Following “PM Momotaro,” a collaboration with the NPO Layer Box.
http://www.aoniyoshi.us/layerbox/110805-kataribe.htm I proposed the idea of a “storyteller robot,” and it finally started to work.
- Local storytelling experience
- Transplanting the story into a robot
- Preparing the robot to tell a story (dramatizing to give the action)
- Presentation Experience
are our fetures.
We decided to develop a workshop that featured the The story takes place in Tahara Honcho, Nara.
There seems to be a lot of stories left. On a hot summer day, I thought I’d take the kids on a journey through a world of spinning words and fantasies. Following on from “PM Momotaro,” a collaboration with NPO Layer Box.
We held the “Secrets of Success” series of workshops at Tokyo Woman’s Christian University.
”The secret to MOMO-TARO’s success.”
Learning project management through folklore stories
Hosted by Career English Island
Project management is explained in an easy-to-understand manner. Here’s your chance to learn a new, cutting-edge method that’s different from learning English.
It has already become the norm in the corporate world and has international qualifications.
It might give you some tips for job hunting and interviews.
Date and time: 15 June 2011 (water) 3 limits
Venue: Classroom 9205
On Wednesday, June 14, 2011, at 1:15 p.m., I will be giving a workshop in the form of a seminar at Tokyo Woman’s Christian University’s Career English Island.
Career English Island is an institution that supports students who want to use the English language to develop their future careers. It operates as a distinctive university project.
This year’s workshop will be conducted as follows
In the first half, you’ll learn how to write the documents required for project management by analyzing success stories from old tales.
In the second half of the class, students worked as a team to create a picture book with a success story in English, moving on to PBL-type learning.
All students of Tokyo Women’s University are welcome to attend.
What stories will be born? Stay tuned!