Develop different creative abilities based on dramatic play and improvisation.
Knowledge of theatrical techniques and their application within the various areas of the curriculum
The dramatic game. Verbal and non-verbal communication. Disinhibition, self-confidence and group awareness. Awareness and perception games. Body expression: movement, rhythm, spatial relationship. Oral expression: vocal technique, diction, dialogues, monologues, articulation and voice projection. Introduction to specific theatrical techniques. Resolution of specific problems when proposing the theatrical activity in the classroom.
The sessions have an eminently practical nature.
We will work with masks, costume elements and some costumes.
The number of hours and their distribution will be agreed based on the needs of the group.
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