The Literacy Shed in Glasgow
Raising standards in English through film @ Glasgow Mercure Central Hotel
Monday, Dec. 5th, 8:45am-3:30pm
201 Ingram Street
Parking: There is a hotel parking but I am unsure of the size and/or charges. Further travel details can be found on the website above.
All schools should have now received an invoice. We are happy to accept payment after the event.
Dietary requirements: If you have not yet let me know please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any dietary requirements.
What to bring:
- An iPad or laptop although not necessary is sometimes useful so delegates can look up resources as they are mentioned.
- The course powerpoint is available for download by clicking the link below. It is quite a large file and cannot be previewed, this will show as an error message at first but if you click download you will be able to print a copy to bring along.
- A smile!
Any problems please email email@example.com
On the day if you have any problems you can get hold of me on 07841682245
Many Thanks - I look forward to meeting you all.
After a successful career as a primary school teacher, Rob Smith created The Literacy Shed and has been delivering engaging, practical and entertaining CPD in the UK and abroad since 2012. Rob works closely with schools and delivers high impact conferences in order to raise standards in reading and writing through the use of film and still image.
During the sessions Rob explores a wealth of moving images which range from short films, film trailers, and adverts to documentaries, animations and extracts from Hollywood blockbusters. Rob will show how to teach techniques such as portraying character emotion, building tension and creating atmosphere - a range of tools that they can take back to school and use immediately to create original English units or to weave into existing units in order to enhance them further.