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Shakespeare Scene Work for Tweens! (Summer Camp) a Midsummer Night's Dream
By reading A Midsummer Night's Dream with others students, your learner gets a unique opportunity to experience the story as it was originally intended-- performed out loud by a group! #creative
Read Midsummer Night's Dream with other Shakespeare loving tweens! In this 6 class course will read an entire play! Each class we will read one act of the play (ex. class one we will read act one and so on). Having assigned parts to read out loud and discussing at the end of class what the act was about we will work through the play slowly! The class will get pre-teens comfortable with public speaking, teach them to read Shakespeare out loud and improve their Shakespearean reading...
To improv reading aloud skills To learn Shakespearean meanings To participate in healthy discussion and debate about academic material
I am a professional actress who has played in scenes and shows written by Shakespeare for 15 years. I have also worked as a script consultant on Shakespeare adaptations and re-phrasings plus as a coach to learn lines during a run of The Tempest (2014).
Homework OfferedIf we do not finish an act in class students may be asked to finish reading at home but we are very likely to complete all needed reading in class. Students who are nervous about reading aloud may want to read their characters lines ahead of time.
2 files available upon enrollmentAlways have the play pulled up on your screen or a separate device to read during class. A paper copy of the script is allowed provided it is unabridged and the student notes that some printings have slight phrase changes.
The show itself has some romantic/sexual themes but we will not be diving deeply into those reading of scenes or phrases.
Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare
Meet the teacher
Welcome to my page! I am a professional actor and a summer camp counselor who teaches ukulele to kids of all ages. I also offer classes for audition prep, scene work, and bullet journaling! I have worked as a counselor at camps around the United...
$50for 6 classes
2x per week, 3 weeks
Live video meetings
6-12 learners per class