The impact of storytelling in the EFL Classroom
Mercedes Perez Berbain, Andrea Blawdziewics de Caillon, Maria Laura Garcia, Saturday 15.30-16.30

Abstract will soon follow.

Andrea Caillon is a graduate EFL teacher and translator from Universidad del Salvador. She has been teaching English at bilingual schools since 1978 and has told stories in more than 50 schools. She is currently teaching drama techniques in the EFL classroom. She has studied storytelling and published her research on the topic presented at Encuentro Internacional de Narradores 2004, Buenos Aires.

Mercedes Perez Berbain is a graduate of Joaquin V. Gonzalez, where she majored in Methodology and is a lecturer of Methodology for EGB and Teaching Practice. She has trained and presented at various conferences in Argentina and Europe. She holds an MA with Distinction in Education from Oxford Brookes University (UK).

Maria Laura Garcia is a graduate EFL teacher and a master student in Education. She holds a post-graduate degree in English Language Teaching. She has specialized in Storytelling for teachers and is currently designing computer based activities for different levels. At present, she is teaching English Literature at a training college.