Introduction Section One: The Theory How The Programme Works Who Can Use This Programme? Links to National Curriculum Evidence Language and Learning Techniques for Running a Session The Drama Part The Story Square Structure of Sessions Evaluation and Assessment Section Two: The Practice Warm Ups The Very Hungry Caterpillar The Rainbow Fish Room on the Broom The Shopping Basket Owl Babies The Frog Prince The Three Billy Goats Gruff Cleversticks The Gingerbread Man Funny Bones Whatever Next Handa's Surprise The Ugly Duckling Rosie's Hat Year Two The Owl and the Pussycat Hairy Mclairy Dogger The Owl Who was Afraid of the Dark Avocado Baby Jack and the Beanstalk Childs Own Story Example Session Around a Child's Story Key Stage Two: George's Marvellous Medicine Aesop's Fables Where The Wild Things Are Topic: The Romans Topic: Ancient Egypt The Story of Cleopatra References Story References Appendix A: Evaluations Appendix B: Evaluation examples Appendix C: Pre and post assessment forms Appendix D: Punctuation symbols Appendix E: Story component cards
* Jodi Lea-Trowman is the founder of Love To Communicate Independent Speech and Language Therapy. www.lovetocommunicate.co.uk. * She practised within the NHS for 12 years as a Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist and then founded Love to Communicate in 2013. * Jodi has significant experience working in primary and secondary schools. She has specialist experience with children on the autism spectrum and with children aged 2-18 years. She also has significant experience in developing and carrying out training for staff and parents and leading a team of high quality therapists. * She presents at conferences and trains across the country. She is also an expert witness and writes reports for tribunals.