Would you like to explore drama as a method for adult language learning?
This interactive workshop will include a mixture of theory and practice, instructing participants on using drama as a tool for language acquisition. It will examine teaching language through inclusive games, improvisation and scene study with a special focus on exploring grammar points through movement and action. It will also include encouraging student collaboration and ownership of this process, by using relevant and reflective materials important to their personal experience and needs.
About the Facilitator
This workshop will be led by Miriam Stewart, a CELT accredited teacher and drama facilitator. She has 12 years’ experience teaching in Ireland, Kenya, India and Thailand as an English language teacher. She also has voluntary experience with SUAS in conducting teacher training in English language teaching and drama, coordinating teaching teams in Africa and Asia and liaising with local educators to develop language and arts curricula.
This workshop will be taking place on Saturday, March 30th between 10:45am and 2:00pm.
This event is free of charge. Sandwiches and light refreshments will be provided for participants.
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