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Thursdays, May 7 - May 7
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1 meetings
Genre: Storytelling 
  • Winter/Spring 2020
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Room: Zoom Room 3


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Being History: Character Interpretation in Storytelling (Now Online)

Please note: This class will now have online meetings. Your teacher will contact you with information on how to join the online classroom. To participate, students must have a stable internet connection with a computer or device with a webcam and microphone.

Using character interpretation in storytelling is a wonderful teaching and presentation method that is often used in museums, schools, and cultural attractions, by teachers, storytellers, and students alike. Learn to present historical information as a person from history. You will have the opportunity to become a historical character and practice immediately the techniques and lessons taught.

  • May 7

The MuseTeacher: Sheila Arnold

Prerequisite: Open to: persons of all levels of experience