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Ah! Eh! oh!

Activity inspired by a Drama workshop. Students are performing interjections and gestures, and imaginative skills

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Breathing and body awareness

Videos from a Drama workshop; relaxing activity

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Directions

To teach / practise use of directions plus modifiers (faster, slower etc).

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Expressing an idea

To reinforce specific grammar points, i.e.: the use of certain verb tenses - progressive forms (estar + gerundive) or present perfect; To describe actions and situations.

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Freezing

Activity inspired by a Drama workshop. each students in turn take an awkward position and the others are to guess what he/she is doing. It's possible to aim at different linguistic objectives.

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Let us play with the language

To raise awareness about body language. To practice intonation (to express feelings through intonation); To practice question tags or linguistic elements to reinforce the discourse (advanced learners).

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Mirror

Video of a Drama Workshop; students are mirroring each other.

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Rationale - Drama activities

In this document you will find some reasons for using drama activities in your language teaching...

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Soundlandscapes

Unspecified

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Talking Numbers

Dialogues with numbers which can be extended to role-plays at beginner's level.

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The King's speech

Activity inspired by a Drama workshop. Students are to declare their love for an object and try to convince others to like it as well.

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The Readiness for learning

To relax learners and make them feel at ease. To improve oral comprehension skills (listening); and/or To introduce/activate vocabulary related to human body; To introduce/activate actions; numbers

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The mirror game

To prepare the students for non-verbal communication: the concept of “vital distance”; Vocabulary related to human body (nouns, adjectives), actions; grammar points such us the use of the imperative tense.

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Three mouths and five legs

Learning/Revising basic vocabulary related to parts of the body and numbers; Introduction to plural forms. A part of this activity was inspired by CEMEA drama games.

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Throwing words

Training listening and oral skills; Learning/Revising vocabulary and sentence structure. A part of this activity was inspired by CEMEA drama games.

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What is this?

Activity inspired by a Drama workshop. The students are to pass around an object asking what it is.

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guess what he is doing

video from a drama workshop; each student in turn is invited to step in the circle and to freeze in a (if possible) ackward position. The others are to guess what he is doing

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interjection and gesture

Video from a drama workshop; students are invited to perform a gesture saying 'ah', and the others are to replicate it.

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no words needed

Video from a drama workshop; students communicate speaking an imaginary language

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orator mocking

Video from a drama workshop, students mock being orators

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who needs words

Activity inspired by a Drama workshop. The students are invited to mock speaking, without using "real" words, to reflect upon intonation and body language.

This list was generated on Tue Sep 2 17:38:58 2014 BST.