Enhancing

Intelligence

the right way

Learning Objectives

Each lesson is a high-energy, non-stop session consisting of the following activities which promote various skills:

  • Nursery for 3 – 4 Years:
    • Picture conversation: verbal abilities through picture description and pretend-play
    • Speech Work: rhymes and rhythm in language
    • Movement: imagination through music and creative drama
    • Story time: bringing characters and stories to life through role-play
    • Question of the day: conversational skills
    • Theatre Games: social skills
  • Lower Primary for 5 – 8 Years:
    • Introductory Activities: ad-lib skills and multiple sentence flow ability
    • Speech & Voice Training: articulation, projection, lip and tongue exercises, forward-placing and poems
    • Movement skills or Dance Drama: mimes and gestures
    • Whole Class Improvisation: acting out drama stories
    • Scene starters: creativity, spoken and presentation abilities
    • Snippets: scene planning and teamwork
  • Tweens for 9 – 12 Years:
    • Introductory Activities: responses to scenarios, ad-lib skills and multiple sentence flow ability
    • Speech & Voice Training: articulation, projection, lip & tongue exercises, forward-placing, tone & pitch, poems
    • Movement skills or Dance Drama: mimes, gestures, body language
    • Small Group Improvisation: creative drama stories in small groups, teamwork
    • Whole Class Improvisation: drama stories based on life scenarios
    • Mini-scripts & Snippets: scripted short stories, scene planning, teamwork
    • Structured Scene: presentation of situational scenario
    • Telephone Interviews: telephone skills
  • Youth Theatre Programme for 13-17 years:
    • Introductory Activities: ad-lib skills and thinking on one’s feet
    • Speech: voice projection, articulation, focus on consonants, tone & pitch
    • Small Group Improvisations: group-work, scenario development and planning
    • Radio Plays: radio commercials and radio programmes for creativity and voice projection
    • Career and Theatre Games: thinking on one’s feet, response and actions
    • Mini-Scripts: scripted dialogues, scene planning
    • Open-ended Duologues: dialogue-development leaving audience in suspense
    • Vox Pops: media interviews