DRAMA & CREATIVE EXPRESSIONS

Drama & Creative Expressions is about learning and improving their English reading, writing and speaking abilities as a second or even third language can be a challenge for many young children. Using drama as a tool for teaching will allow students to build familiarity and gain confidence in the English Language.
 
Through a variety of engaging drama-based activities and exercises, students will practice their creativity, critical thinking and interpersonal skills, allowing them to express their ideas in new ways.
 
This would prepare them for a future that demands mastery of the English Language in a range of academic and professional settings, from the classroom to the boardroom

Program Objectives

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Developing confidence in presentations and performances

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Build familiarity with voice modulation and pronunciation, body language with gestures and stage skills

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Ability to read and understand different forms of written English (e.g. poetry, prose, scripts)

Learning Values

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Novice
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SEMESTER 1

(September - November)

Narratives & Storytelling

  • Structure of a narrative

  • Basics of storytelling

  • Understanding characters and feelings

  • Dramatic Readings

SEMESTER 2

(December - February)

Voice & Movement

  • Movement Basics

  • Voice and Stage Presence

  • Voice lessons

  • Response and Improvisation

SEMESTER 3

(March - May)

Exploration Through Drama

  • Articulating Visual Stimuli

  • Role play

  • Creative writing

  • Mime 

  • Creating and devising

  • Understanding characters and feelings

  • Creative Response and Improvisation

Advanced

SEMESTER 1

(September - November)

Narratives & Storytelling

  • Structure of a narrative

  • Basics of storytelling

  • Understanding characters and feelings

SEMESTER 2

(December - February)

Voice & Movement

  • Voice lessons

  • Movement Basics

  • Stage Presence

SEMESTER 3

(March - May)

Narratives & Storytelling

  • Creative Response and Improvisation

  • Creating and devising

  • Text analysis and dramatization

Coach

Classes Details