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|Description||An adventure in creative learning for teachers and their schools|
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|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||
· Attend a week-long residential course with other teachers from across the UK in beautiful surroundings with good food!
· Work alongside professional artists with extensive arts education experience.
· Undertake practical workshops that introduce you to every aspect of devising and staging an original opera.
· Receive extensive written materials and other resources to support your understanding of the process.
· Have opportunities to explore your own creative development.
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|Follow-up activities and support||
After the course, you will be able to help your pupils:
· Learn through experience as they collaborate on all the processes involved in creating and performing a piece of music theatre.
· Generate a new piece of music theatre or opera based on their own experiences and interests, leading to maximum involvement and sense of ownership.
· Take responsibility for devising the story, writing the text, composing the music, designing sets, costumes and lighting, marketing and performing their opera.
· Develop team and interpersonal skills as they form their own production company.
· Basing their roles on professional models, they will gain an understanding of the performing arts and a variety of possible arts careers.
An adventure in creative learning for teachers and their schools.
Saturday 3 –Saturday 10 August 2013.
The cost is inclusive of tuition, accommodation, food, resources and support for your in-school project, including two workshops with professional artists*.
*In-school workshops available for schools in England.
This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.