Tag Archives: Kamishibai

Introducing Kamishibai in Turkey- The Henry Brothers interviewed by Tara McGowan of Kamishibai for Kids

The Henry Brothers were recently interviewed by Tara McGowan for the website Kamishibai for Kids. Tara is a professional storyteller, teacher and visual artist and is an expert on the Japanese art of paper theatre or kamishibai. Tara is also the … Continue reading

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The Henry Brothers’ blogroll. Who are these people?

Like many bloggers we’ve included a “blogroll”, a list of links to other blogs and websites we think you may enjoy. But we wanted to give you a little more information about them than can be found in the basic … Continue reading

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Eskişehir this weekend

John and Paul will be performing Kamishibai Man and other storytelling activities for the classroom this weekend (May 7th) at the Gelişim Koleji ELT Conference in Eskişehir. There’a a registration form on the school website http://www.e-gelisim.org/tr/ or e-mail bulent.ozcan@gelisimkoleji.k12.tr for … Continue reading

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The Henry Brothers in Ankara this Saturday (May 5th)

Paul and I will be plenary speakers at the 8th Buyuk Koleji ELT conference on Saturday in Ankara, with our storytelling presentation – Kamishibai Man. Kamishibai means ‘paper theatre’ and is part of a long tradition of picture storytelling in … Continue reading

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Kamishibai Men – a Japanese storytelling tradition

On Saturday, March 26th, The Henry Brothers had the pleasure of being invited to Bursa Nilufer Egitim Kurumlari to present at their 7th ELT conference, ‘On the Threshold of Excellence.’ to a packed auditorium of around 400 enthusiastic teachers and … Continue reading

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