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Shake it. Teach it.

 

Mixing language, drama and literature in the secondary English classroom

A 5-credit development programme for teachers of English

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IATEFL-Hungary and the British Council are happy to announce a fantastically entertaining teacher training event based on Shakespeare’s classic comedy Twelth Night to celebrate the 450th anniversary of the birth of the Bard of Avon.

 

YOU CAN NOW ACCESS THE PHOTOS TAKEN AT EVENT.

 

When

29 March 2014, 10.00-15.30

Where

Uránia Cinema | 1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út. 25.)

Casa de la Musica | 1088 Budapest, Vas utca 16. (a 4-min walk from the cinema)

 

The price for this exciting programme will be just Ft 3,990 and is worth 5 credit points. And you might even get a chance to meet the Bard himself on his 450th birthday!

 

Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided during the event.

 

9.00–9.30

Uránia Cinema

Curtains up

Registration

09.30–09.35

Uránia Cinema

Prologue

Welcome notes


Simon Ingram-Hill, Director, British Council Hungary

Nóra Németh Tartsay, President, IATEFL Hungary

9.30–12.35

Uránia Cinema

Act 1

Screening

 

Enjoy a screening at the amazing Uránia Film Theatre of an authentic performance of the play from the Globe theatre in London.

 

Filled with a cast of unforgettable characters, Twelfth Night is a moving comedy of loss and misplaced love and includes some of the most exquisite songs Shakespeare ever wrote. The all-male production, featuring clothing, music, dance and settings based on performances in the Globe around 1601, stars award-winning Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry.

12.40-13.30

Casa de la Musica

Intermission

Lunch break

 

Move around the corner to the Casa de la Musica for some sandwiches, cakes and refreshments.

13.30–15.15

Casa de la Musica

 

Act 2

Workshop

 

Join us for a training workshop on working with Shakespeare in the secondary school classroom based on the play.

 

Trainer team: Hegedűs Tünde, Dr Pikli Natália, Dr Reuss Gabriella

 

Filled with a cast of unforgettable characters (you), Twelfth Night Workshop will be a creative afterpiece with Shakespearean monologues recycled, re-presented and re-drawn. With the all-female team you will explore the possibilities of language teaching and cultural initiation through inspirational playgoing/viewing.

 

Tünde, Gabi and Nati are involved in a project on developing a training course whose aim is to be inspired by Shakespeare’s works in EFL.

15.15-15.30

Epilogue

Raffle

 

 


Secure your seat now

 

Places will be limited, so if you don’t want to miss this great opportunity, you should register now.

 

Register online here

 

Registration closes on 22 March.

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