Writers' Room Playwriting Forms & Tools【Northwestern University CTD 】Age 10-12 小小編劇家
Explore traditional playwriting as well as newer forms that have moved onto the landscape of modern theatre.
(1 Learning point = 1 USD)
Northwestern University CTD Program
Completion certificate will be issued
Top-notch experienced teachers from United States
Interactive and engaging learning environment
Deadline: 16 July, 2021
Develop critical reading and creative writing skills
Analyze effective scripts, practice techniques of world-building
Develop plots and characters
Experienced English Teacher | In the Field of Education for 20+years
Christopher is a highly accomplished and experienced teacher based in New York with near 20 years of distinguished services. He was a Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, IB Coordinator, SAT Instructor, and English Teacher for multiple schools in U.S. across elementary, middle and high school levels. His experiences not only benefit many students, but also inspire teachers through mentorship. Chris holds professional certification on English Language Arts and Childhood Education. He has a M.A. in English Literature and a Post-Master’s in School Building Leadership.
Performance before an audience is among the oldest forms of storytelling. Many of the genres and tools used by playwrights are centuries old and remain powerful today. Students in this course explore traditional playwriting as well as newer forms that have moved onto the landscape of modern theatre. Avid readers and writers develop critical reading and creative writing skills as they analyze effective scripts, practice techniques of world-building, develop plots and characters, and tell their stories as a playwright.
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