How to Use Theatre in the Classroom?
Interactive Workshop for Teachers
– can be booked all through the year –
We are thrilled to introduce STET Education’s new workshop for teachers!
During this English language drama workshop you will learn valuable drama techniques to incorporate into your classes. This workshop is aimed to give you ready-to-use tools to make your classes more inclusive, fun and interactive. It is also great for team-building and to have a lot of fun together.
During the workshop you will experience for yourselves what it means to perform in pairs, as a group and on your own. You will go through all the exercises and will be given the opportunity to play and interact with each other. The workshop is practical, useful and aims to achieve a feeling of confidence. You will learn to inspire, interact and explain the exercises.
The workshop will focus on:
- Physical exercises, using the body and face to express different emotions and learning to be present.
- Energising exercises like mirroring each other. Playing different roles and exploring the use of your imagination.
- Short dialogues and role play, discovering the power of language, timing and interaction.
- Voice exercises. Loud, soft, intonation, articulation and bringing your message across in a playful and interesting way.
|COST||€350 / workshop – negotiable, discounts for more than one session|
|DATE||School years 2020-2021 and 2021-2022|
|RUNNING TIME||90 minutes, no break|
|VENUE||your school or a location you provide|
|PARTICIPANTS||teachers (subject of the teacher doesn’t matter)|
|MAXIMUM PARTICIPANTS||max 10 / session|
|LANGUAGE||English (Amanda Wolzak is native English speaker)|
|EXTRA||Amanda is bilingual, she can also run the workshop in Dutch, or in
both languages upon request. We are happy to include specific
requests and tailor the workshop to your wishes.
Meet the workshop leader
Amanda is bi-lingual, English and Dutch.
Amanda Wolzak studied German and Sociology at Goldsmiths’ College, University of London and the Free University of Berlin. During this period she regularly performed in German and English productions and discovered that her passion lay in theater. After her degree she completed a Post-Graduate course at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. She obtained a distinction from the Advanced Course in Speech and Drama and that launched an acting and theatre career in Britain.
In 1989 she moved to The Netherlands and works as an acting teacher, director, actor, trainer – specializing in communication and presentation trainings and as a voice-over artist for radio, corporate
films, educational programs, film and TV.
“The diversity of my work continues to fascinate and challenge me. What I enjoy and love about it, is that it incorporates all facets of theatre practice. It has enabled me to work with people from all over the globe and help them tap into their creative potential, thus finding ways to release the potential performer in us all.“