AJ_DRAM/01: Wed 13:00–15:35 učebna 19, T. Andrášik
Course Enrollment Limitations
The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
The capacity limit for the course is 18 student(s).
Current registration and enrollment status: enrolled: 9/18, only registered: 0/18, only registered with preference (fields directly associated with the programme): 0/18
Fields of study the course is directly associated with
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The main objectives of the course in the semester are to allow students to practice their English in a controlled environment. During the classes the method of theatre improvisation will be used and language as well as communicative skills will be developed in an entertaining way.
The course will also help to build up experience in performing in front of an audience: something that is essential for future teachers of English and for every job requiring public speaking skills.
The method of theatre improvisation was originally developed in 60’s by Keith Johnstone and from 80’s it is being applied to education, soft skills development and language learning.
“Improvisation can be considered the fifth skill — the skill which follows reading, listening, speaking, and writing. In many ways, it is the most important because it is the real test of whether students can use what they have learned without being told exactly what to do or say.” (Maurer, 1997).
• The principles of theatre improvisation
• 4CS development – Communication, Collaboration, Critical thinking and Creativity
• Language in authentic communication
• Students’ projects
WAY, Brian. Rozvoj osobnosti dramatickou improvizací (Variant.) : Výchova dramatickou improvizací. info
JOHNSTONE, Keith. Impro for Storytellers. 1999. ISBN 0-571-19099-5. info
SPOLIN, Viola. Improvisation for the Theater Third Edition. : Northwestern University Press, 1999. info
WAY, Brian. Výchova dramatickou improvizací. Vyd. 1. Praha: ISV nakladatelství, 1996. 218 s. ISBN 80-85866-16-1. info
SPOLIN, Viola. Theater Games for the Classroom. : Northwestern University Press, 1986. ISBN 978-0-8101-4004-2. info
JOHNSTONE, Keith. IMPRO: Improvisation and Theatre. 1981. ISBN 978-80-7331-266-4. info
REDGRAVE, Michael. The actor's ways and means. London: Heinemann, 1966. 96 s. ISBN 0-435-18762-7. info
The class is based around the practical application of the improvisational techniques.
Attendance, active participation and student’s projects.
Language of instruction
Further comments (probably available only in Czech)
The course is taught annually.
General note: Předmět bude realizován pokud se přihlásí alespoň 10 studentů.