D376 - Webinar - Speak up!
- Ciclo: 2021
- Nivel: Distance
- Idioma: Inglés
- Estado: Terminado
- Lugar: Distance
- Capacitador/es: Susan Cocimano
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Drama Teacher/Trainer, Susan specialises in drama and creativity; tools that enable a novel insight for teaching and learning creatively across the curriculum. She holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching Shakespeare from the University of Warwick. Her aim is to encourage both teachers and students to experience Shakespeare in a more dynamic and challenging manner, introducing new techniques and skills. Susan was Coordinator of the Arts Department in secondary at Cardinal Newman (2009-2016) and taught Drama in Education at St. Trinnean Teacher's College (2001-2017). She is a Cambridge Speaking Examiner and co-founder of Full Circle English.
This workshop is directed to English and Drama teachers in primary and secondary interested in encouraging and developing spoken language
- Children’s speech: What is the teacher’s aims here?
- To motivate the use of English language.
- To develop adequate vocabulary and fluency.
- To reaffirm confidence and ease when speaking.
- To speak with clear articulation and enunciation.
- To instill the need and wish to talk about something.
- To own and enjoy spoken language.
Many innovations in the teaching of English in the past years have focused on ways of extending children’s abilities in spoken language. Spoken language develops through social interaction and one of the most effective tools to achieve this is classroom drama.
Children participating in drama have to make up details as they go along. They are not only pressed to produce language; they also have to capture the vitality and spontaneity of human interaction.
A drama teacher encourages language as a means of communication. The English teacher, with a greater knowledge of language development, can structure drama work and focus on the appropriateness and effectiveness of language in varying situations.
During this workshop, teachers will go through a wide range of activities, techniques and strategies that can be done online and/or in class. These activities will foster student involvement and allow them not only to take action but become part of the action. Zoom: Date: 9/2 Time: 3.00 p.m. - 4.30 p.m.
Goodridge, Janet. Drama in the primary school. 1970. Heinemann Educational Books,
Mc Gregor, L., Tate, M., Robinson, K. Learning through Drama. 1991. School Council
Wagner, Jane. Using Drama to Create an Environment for Language Development.
Language Arts, Vol. 56, No 3. 1979