Well, finally, the earth’s axis in the northern hemisphere is pointing toward the sun and we are rolling full force into springtime. What a fabulous time of year it is, blooms abound…
The Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III, and Her Majesty, The Queen Consort, will take place at Westminster Abbey on Saturday 6th May 2023. The Coronation Service will be… Read More »The Coronation Of King Charles III; Teaching Ideas
Having looked at the parallels between performance space and classroom space, in this second blog, I’d like to consider the similarities between acting and teaching, and what we can learn… Read More »Teaching as Performance, Part Two: The Elements of Performance
Well, as the title of this month’s edition suggests, we really are “marching” through the year now! And as the old saying goes, “March comes in like a lion, and out like a lamb” rings true with snow storms and arctic weather across the UK, we can only hope for things to start warming up a bit as we head toward April.
Part of learning English will often involve reference to the history and culture of the places where the English language originated; primarily Britain. Many texts and activities will require students… Read More »Explaining Northern Ireland To Students of English
After reading through Larry’s recent blog on teaching spaces, I was struck by how the physical relationship between teachers and learners in the classroom echoes the types of staging we… Read More »Teaching as Performance, Part One: Using the Space