DRAMA ACTIVITIES AND CLASSROOM RESOURCES
This BLOG is the product of the "LET'S LEARN BY PLAYING" (LLP) project which is developing as a Grundtvig European Project since September 2008 by the patners of six institutions belonging to six different countries. The project started at a first contact seminar held in Riga (Latvia).
The main objective of the partnership is create a HANDBOOK or TEACHER MANUAL with drama activities and interactive games.
Here you have the results of our work, the activities, games, and new approaches into Foreign languages teaching-learning.
We hope these materials are useful for you and we encourage you to put some of the activities into practice with your students and feel free to send us your feed-back and suggestions.
FRANCE: Lycee du Cleusmeur
GREECE: Environmental Education Centre of Filippi
ITALY: Istituto Tecnico "Alessandro Volta"
LITHUANIA: Alytaus Dailuju Amatu Mokykla
SPAIN: Combining Learning Acting and Playing
TURKEY: Urla Halk Egitimi Merkezi
Monday, 18 January 2010
THIS IS A BOOK
STRUCTURE OF THE GAME
Concentration game that is more difficult to explain than to
play. Everyone in a circle.
Teach this dialogue:
Person A: “This is a Book.”
Person B: “A What?”
A: “A Book.”
B: “A What?”
A: “A Book.”
B: “Ohh! A Book?”
Make sure that the group establishes a steady rhythm with
this dialogue. Then the first person uses an actual book. After
the line “Ohh! A Book?” player A passes the book to player B
who then turns to player C on their other side and they repeat
the dialogue. Practice around the circle once or twice and then
introduce new objects. Put two objects in the circle one after
the other to make it more difficult until every body is giving
and receiving objects at the same time. This is great for