HISTORY AND ORIGINS OF THEATRE: (activity 4)
GEOGRAPHY: in all activities.
- Origin of the theatre.
- History of theatre.
- Different eras, different theatres.
- Functions of the theatre.
- Personal reflections on what is expected of theatre.
- Elements of the dramatic structure:
- Subject: roles and characters.
- Actions: non-verbal, encoded and sequential messages.
- Conflicts: types of conflicts.
- Environment: realistic and expressionist contexts
HISTORY: in all activities
- Travel through representations.
- Know the ways of life of other countries.
- Get to know the culture and language of other countries.
FAMOUS PAINTERS: activity 7
- Learn about the history of our city, community, country ...
through representations and improvisations.
- Learn about the history of other countries, cities, communities.
- Variable mounting of actions in sequence
- Approach to the works of famous painters, representing them.
- Study of the different authors.
- Study of different styles.
- Study of the different works.
MEMORY: activity 11
- Activities to improve the memory of students.
- Cognitive Stimulation: “WAKE UP YOUR MIND 2”
- How to improve memory. Neurobiological current. Method
“Dr. Bueno. Clara Medicine”
- Documentary “El Gran Salto”. E-motion project.
BASIC MANAGEMENT OF EMOTIONS: activities 8 and 13
BODY EXPRESSION in all activities, except 4
- Emotional vocabulary.
- Collective definition of emotions.
- Identification of emotions in everyday life.
- Emotional awareness.
- Sensation, emotion and feeling.
INTERPERSONAL EMOTIONAL SKILLS. Activities 9
- Expression of emotions through the body.
- Expression of moods.
- Non-verbal communication.
- The expressive body in movement and immobility.
- Movement as a social language.
- Application and use of the dramatic structure.
- Approach to the theatrical event: dramatization.
- Theatrical resources.
- The voice and the emotion.
CONFLICT RESOLUTION: Activity 10
- Democratic and assertive debates.
- Models through reference people throughout history.
- Dramatic play and responsible relationships.
- The perception of the “other” and the “I”.
- Situations that generate dilemmas and controversies that will
have to be resolved assertively.
- Analysis of communication styles.
- Dramatic techniques for the study of conflicts.
- Active listening and conflict.
- Temperament and conflict.
- Learning strategies to respond to conflict situations. (Fernández
de Abascal). Act 14