Parul Gupta is a journalist, story writer, editor and research analyst. An alumnus of Delhi School of Economics, she has written stories for various volumes in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, articles for Deccan Herald and various other publications and blogs. She has run story workshops and has been a volunteer author for Pratham Books. She contributed stories and poems for the English language school textbooks by Collins India.
She conducts English Language training workshops for participants across various age and ability levels. She has been a guest speaker at a Teach for India poetry workshop. She was formerly visiting faculty at the Times School of Journalism where she conducted a co-curricular programme in language training and creative writing for Words and More, a venture that she has co-founded to promote excellence in language use and creative writing
She has worked with the Observer Group as well as various publishing houses and NGOs. She has edited two volumes for Observer Research Foundation and has completed extensive editorial projects for Oxford University Press. She has been a consultant with Times Career Services and HUDCO and provided editorial support to the Thirteenth Finance Commission.
|Saturday||:||11:00 AM-03:00 PM|
Wordplay and rhyming are essential components of a child's education. A child who is comfortable with using words in a versatile manner and rhyming will develop confidence and clarity, and will always have an edge in conversation, public speaking as well as in studies.
Budding Bards is a 2-day workshop that aims to empower young children (6-10 years) in writing skills by showing them how to play with words.
# Basics of word usage and poem writing in a fun and interactive environment
# A combination of direct instruction, discussion and projector-based interaction
# Participants to recite self-composed poems in the final session Workshop fee: Rs 1500 per participant All materials will be provided Light snacks will be served Call or WhatsApp Parul Gupta at 9953799827 or email your queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org Kindly confirm registrations by 20th May (Friday) so that workshop materials can be arranged accordingly