STORY ADVENTURE CLUB 

Story telling is an important aspect of language. Story grammar acts as a map to guide comprehension and production of narratives. It also provides a predictable structure for children to process stories efficiently. Each week we will use stories to develop skills in the following areas: 

  • Listening comprehension 
  • Story creation and retelling 
  • Story grammar structure 
  • Vocabulary  
  • Social and emotional reasoning 
  • Phonological awareness 

DETAILS

For existing LDS students 7-9 years old 
Capacity: 4 students 
Dates: November 6 to December 11, 2020 (6 sessions) 
Day and time: Fridays 4-5pm  
Location: East Van Learning Centre  
Cost: $180 for the 6 session series 
Register: email lara@ldsociety.ca  

Instructor: Lara Kilbertus, Program Designer – SLP 

Lara joined the LDS team as a Program Designer in June 2020. Lara received an M.A. in Linguistics from the University of Ottawa before pursuing a MSc. in Speech-Language Pathology at UBC. As a speech-language pathologist, she is dedicated to improving communication abilities in people of all ages. 

Lara has experience working as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide services for school-aged children with special needs. Her role as an SLP includes helping children and adolescents connect and build relationships by working on social communication skills. She is passionate about delivering quality services that are evidence-informed, compassionate, and fun! 

 

 

 

 

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