We at SOL have missed all our wonderful Teachers this summer and understand how challenging this year has been for you all. So, we have put our heads together to see how we can offer something back to all you so deserving teachers and are now proud to announce the most exciting collaboration with Nick Bilbrough from The Hands Up Project.
A FREE 5 day course offering new ideas and techniques for online drama activities for language learning.
Nick Bilbourgh will be your trainer, hosting each online contact session from 10.00 to 11.30 each day ECT.
Day 1) What is remote theatre? Exploring the theatrical potential of online platforms. Working with scripts...
Day 2) Performance skills through a webcam ...Online storytelling skills...green screen storytelling
Day 3) Getting physical/TPR online
Day 4) On-line role play and improvisation activities
Day 5) Devising remote theatre/final performances - feedback
Application and registration form here or for more information please visit our website course pages Devon Teachers Training Courses
This is a free course but requiring an “honesty deposit” which you hold on to. It is very important that all participants do complete the course. We anticipate the demand will be greater than the number of places and so it is important that no place is left unfilled by the end of the course.
So we are asking you to set aside €50 as a deposit but hang on to it and return it to yourself at the end! This is to emphasise the importance of commitment to all 5 days!
There will be other goodies to follow as well, including a voucher towards the 2021 live course in Devon. Also a copy of the wonderful “Hands Up Project” book “Welcome to Earth and other stories” - a collection of 30 of the best 5 minute plays that were created and performed by Palestinian young people as part of the 2019 HandsUp Project play writing competition (30 texts and QR code links to the videos).
Nick Bilbrough is a teacher, teacher-trainer and author of resource books for teachers. He has taught and trained language teachers in many diverse contexts in Africa, the Middle East, South America and Europe. He is also the founder and coordinator of the award-winning UK registered charity, The Hands Up Project, which provides learning opportunities for young people, mostly in Palestine, through online conversation, storytelling and drama activities.
If you have any questions please contact Grenville@sol.org.uk