By Gail Ellis and Jean Brewster

This new revised edition of 'Tell it Again!' shows how a story-based methodology brings together the best of primary English language teaching and the rich and motivating resource of children’s literature.


Picture storybooks and the technique of storytelling provide teachers with an attractive and appealing resource for meeting the diverse needs of children in the primary English language classroom. Tell it Again! first published in 1991 as The Storytelling Handbook, has now been republished in its third edition. There have been minor revisions and updated sections on using learning technologies, creating an inclusive learning environment and references and further reading.

Tell it Again! provides a comprehensive methodology section and story notes on 12 stories from around the world. For each story there are a series of lesson plans with photocopiable activity sheets. The stories include ten of the most popular Puffin storybooks as well as two stories that can be copied.

You can download this publication in pdf format below.


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