|Sub Module||Description||Learning Outcomes||Projects||Child investigations|
|1 – Introduction to the world of stories||In this session, children will enter the world of stories by listening to an interesting fun-filled story. They will go on to learn about the components of stories, comprehend them with the flow in mind.||1.Learn to identify the different parts of a story|
2.Learn to sequence a story in the correct order.
Identify the key elements of a story
Tell a personal story
Game to hone listening skills
|What are the different elements in a story?|
How do you make a story more interesting for your audience?
|2 – Characterisation and Story Beginning||In this session, children explore the difference between real and imaginary characters and understand how they react with different emotions, to different situations. They will choose characters for their story and create the beginning of their story. They will think from an object’s point of view for interesting narration.||1. Understand that real and fictional characters are different|
2.Characters feel different emotion at different times
3. Exercise their creativity to create characters for their own story
|Record different emotions|
Choose characters for the story
Make a start/begin on the story
|Who are real and who are fictional characters?|
How will my character behave in a situation?
How will I speak and behave if I were someone else?
|3 – Dialogues, Setting||In this session, children will learn to write dialogues for characters after understanding them. They will learn to create a setting for their story.||1. Learn to write dialogues for characters|
2. Learn to incorporate emotions while writing dialogues
3. Imagine and create a setting for their story, based on known and unknown experiences
|Take their story forward by writing dialogues, with emotions for characters in speech bubbles|
Depict a setting where the story is taking place
|How do I make my characters communicate with each other in the story?|
Will, what the characters say depend on how they are?
Where does my story take place?
|4 – Identifying and approaching the Problem in a story||In this session, children will learn different types of problems, how fictional characters approach them, play games to lighten up, and understand problem-solving. They will then learn to add the problem element to their story. They will design the cover page for their storybook.||1. Comprehend different types of problems, some real, some imagined|
2. Explore and approach problem-solving as a game
3. Learn a problem is created by a new character or event
|Devise the problem or twist to their story|
Create a cover page for their storybook
Solve a Maze
|What are the possible problems that can happen to my characters in my story?|
How do I present my story twist in a dramatic and interesting manner?
|5 -Solution, Author, and Presentation||In this session, children will recall and recap all their learning from the previous sessions and will move on to conclude their stories by finding a solution to end their story. They will present themselves as the author of their story. They will then narrate their stories with expressions, using their book as a prop.||1. Decide on a solution and complete the story.|
3. Take pride in their work and record themselves as the authors
2. Learn to perform a story in front of an audience
|Complete the story with a solution to the problem|
Complete the author page
Story Presentation and Performance
|How do I complete my story?|
How do I present myself as the author?
How do I present it to an audience?
New Batches Starting
19 Apr 2021
17 May 2021
31 May 2021
Flexi Class available on Request