Shakespeare in Europe

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William Shakespeare's plays are 'connected' with many locations in Europe. In this course we will (1) experience a selection of plays via performing parts of them and (2) pay attention to the background and context of these plays. This way the plays will open a window to Shakespeare's own time and to the places/times in which he makes them take place.

* Method: The main methodological form will be drama/theatre. We will play part(s) of the plays, partly in our own (re)writing of texts. Embedded in this methodology we will pay attention to the following aspects:
* How to organise/create a play/drama/theatre?
* Drama as an educational tool: what happens in a group when they prepare a performance/perform (together)?
* Drama as the best form of CLIL (content language integrated learning)

* Video: at the same time the course will offer video training, using tablets and mobile phones. Performances will be filmed by the not-performing participants. In advance an on-line video course will be offered, using parts of the Vimeo video school. Video editing training will offered, using various editors (optional).

Course organiser
Chain foundation
Location
Oxford, United Kingdom
Language
EN
Topics
Arts, cultural studies, ethics, philosophy; History, social science, economics, geography; Literature, languages (incl. CLIL), classical languages
Key competences
Digital; Social and civic
Target audience
Teachers & school staff: primary level; Teachers & school staff: secondary level
Price
600 Euro
Number of participants
20
Certification on completion
Yes

Sessions

11.09.2016 > 17.09.2016
Register before 01.08.2016
10.09.2017 > 16.09.2017
Register before 01.08.2017
09.09.2018 > 15.09.2018
Register before 01.08.2018

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