How will I be taught?
You will be taught individually, in small and large groups. You will participate in Drama/communication exercises, improvisations and group dynamic techniques as well as study texts.
Your starting point at the beginning of the course will be recorded on your Learning plan (ILP) with the help of your tutor. Your developments and progresses throughout the sessions will be discussed and assessed on the plan to help you gauge your achievements.
What do I need to bring with me?
It is useful to wear soft shoes and loose comfortable clothing. Please bring pen and notepad to each session.
What can I do next?
There are other literature/Drama/creative writing courses that may interest you, please enquire with us or visit www.kentaduleducation.co.uk.
What do I need to join the course
This course is for anyone looking for support, encouragement and feedback in order to develop their dramatic writing further.
Both experienced and beginners students are welcome to participate in order to produce plays. This Script Writing course would prove useful to teachers, playwrights, theatre people and actors, social workers, youth workers, nurses, business staff or anyone interested in Drama, Literature and the Arts, and whishing to extend their communication skills in the workplace or for social purpose.
There is no formal qualification to join the course. Students are encouraged to go to the theatre and to see contemporary productions (optional)