Class 5 Drama For Teaching Purposes Tn

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Presentation I used for the fifth class of the course "Drama for Teaching Purposes", part of the post degree diploma in English offered by MINEDUC in association with UNAB.
Santiago-Rancagua, Chile, January, 2010

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Class 5 Drama For Teaching Purposes Tn

  1. 1. Drama Clubs and TheatrePlays<br />Jorge Comte G.<br />jorgecomtegodoy@gmail.com<br />http://www.teachingnewbies.com/<br />Class 5<br />
  2. 2. Have you ever been in a drama club in English or Spanish? <br />How can drama clubs be helpful?<br />Would you direct a drama club in your school? Why? Why not?<br />Discussion<br />
  3. 3. Think of the children<br />Agree on meeting time<br />Set your objective<br />Prepare the training<br />Forming a Drama Club<br />
  4. 4. Fivestages:<br />Relaxation<br />Body Training<br />Concentration<br />Vocal Training<br />Acting Training<br />Drama Club Training<br />
  5. 5. Fivestages:<br />Relaxation<br />In thisstage, you can use any of therelaxationexerciseswesaw in class. <br />Thepurpose of thisexerciseisto prepare thestudents’ mindsforwork and loosen up theirmuscles, so thatmovingbecomeseasier.<br />Drama Club Training<br />
  6. 6. Fivestages:<br />Relaxation<br />BodyTraining<br />Bythistype of training, students can makebetter use of thespace and theirbodiesforacting.<br />Drama Club Training<br />
  7. 7. Fivestages:<br />Relaxation<br />Body Training<br />Concentration<br />Thiswillhelpstudentslearnlines and payattentiontowhattheotherchildren are doing. Besides, theywillbeabletofollowinstructionsfaster.<br />Drama Club Training<br />
  8. 8. Fivestages:<br />Relaxation<br />Body Training<br />Concentration<br />Vocal Training<br />Thiswillhelpthem use theirvoicebetter and in a healthyway.<br />Drama Club Training<br />
  9. 9. Fivestages:<br />Relaxation<br />Body Training<br />Concentration<br />Vocal Training<br />ActingTraining<br />You can use this time tohelpstudentsexpressemotions, show themways of acting, orrehearsingtheplay.<br />Drama Club Training<br />
  10. 10. You can. . .<br />Look for a play<br />Adapt a play<br />Adapt a differenttype of media<br />Writeyourownplay<br />Selecting a Play<br />
  11. 11. Dramatic reading<br />Casting roles<br />Divide the play in scenes, so you can practice<br />Have everyone participate<br />Workingwith a Play<br />
  12. 12. Read something appropriate for your students<br />Ask for their opinions<br />Create a storyline<br />Create the characters<br />Change the narration to dialog<br />Cast actors for the roles<br />Rehearse by scenes<br />AdaptingLiterature<br />
  13. 13. In groups, readthestory “My FriendRufus” by Renzo Perucca and:<br />Writethestoryline<br />Describe thecharacters<br />Writethedialogs<br />Perform a dramaticreading<br />PracticalActivity<br />
  14. 14. Adaptation from “impulse”<br />Feelings involved<br />Much space for creativity and interpretation<br />AdaptingOther Media<br />
  15. 15. Music<br />Pictures<br />Paintings<br />Sounds<br />Poems<br />TV shows<br />Legends<br />Anything in any language!<br />What media can weadapt?<br />
  16. 16. Listen tothesong “Jueves” by La Oreja de Van Gogh and:<br />Writethestoryline<br />Describe thecharacters<br />AdaptingMusic<br />
  17. 17. Create a classroom activity using a drama technique to teach English as a foreign language. Follow the criteria specified by the teacher on the task sheet.<br />Present your activity to the rest of the class.<br />Evaluate the activities created by your classmates.<br />Evaluation<br />

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