COD 2020 - P266

Drama games and drama techniques in the EFL classroom

English language teachers interested in including Drama Games in their teaching practice

1 sessions, start: 14-Feb

Course detail

Year: 2020
Level: Primary
Language: English
Status: Ended
Lugar: ESSARP
Facilitator/s: Ms. Alejandra Alliende
Print course
ESSARP Schools
Free of charge
Exams Schools
ARS 1200.00
Non affiliate
ARS 1200.00

Sessions


Sessions Dates Start Finish
1 14 February 2020 09:30 am 12:30 pm

Facilitator/s

Alejandra Alliende

Alejandra Alliende is a graduate Teacher of English from ISP Dr. Joaquin V. Gonzalez. She also graduated as an Actress from Escuela Metropolitana de Arte Dramático de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires. She is a bilingual storyteller and performs in book fairs, storytelling festivals, theatres and schools. She has work experience as a teacher, storyteller, speaker and as a workshop facilitator. She belongs to Red Internacional de Cuentacuentos and she is a co-founder of Casa Cuna Cuenteros.
English language teachers interested in including Drama Games in their teaching practice
- Drama Games are an excellent tool to help our students in their deeper undersanding of a story while having lots of fun.
- A literary context provides a safe framework to develop creative activities where our bodies, our minds, our senses and our feelings work together as a whole. Drama strategies not only help students use language in a meaningful way but also help groups work together for a shared goal.
- In this session, you will explore some Drama Strategies and you will also find practical suggestions on how to implement Drama Games in your classroom after reading or telling a story.
= Drama games and drama techniques to trigger oral and written production
* Soundscape
* Bodyscape
* Freeze Frame
* Character in the limelight
* Hotseating
* Writing in Role
* Teacher in Role
* Student in Role
* Guided Improvisations
- Interactive workshop where participants will have an active role.
- A blog with resources, links and videos will be designed for this course.
A blog with resources, links and videos will be designed for this course.
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