El dragón de Komodo; audio play.
- Children will respond fully if they are in charge of their learning process. They can use their imagination and creativity as they wish. All along I was the technician (for the language, the recording and the sound effects) and they did the rest.
- We didn’t have time to learn the parts but just by thinking about the sentences, the vocabulary, rehearsing quite a lot to read properly (most of them even took their part home to rehearse), they learned a lot in little time. The magician is the one who only started Spanish a couple of lessons before.
- In an ideal situation, when there is plenty of time, ideally it is better for the students to learn their parts and so to make them assimilate a variation of communicative language.
- In this play there would have been various opportunities for lessons in between if we had time, for example on the topic of the clothes, the positions etc. You can end up having a term or year project around a play.