Different from other subjects, drama is like a carpenter that finely chisels wood, turning students into smooth tools. In a 6-year course, students experience their emotions firsthand, develop new thinking, self-confidence and teamwork skills. Through various themes, drama lessons help students think critically.
1. Features of the drama curriculum.
- Drama includes elements of art, language, morals, history and culture.
The basic prototype of learning involves screenwriting, directing and acting.
2. Screenwriting, directing and acting from various angles.
- Learn the influence of famous practitioners on drama development.
- Fully analyze the acting and stage design.
3. Establish an excellent mode of communication.
- Establish listening, acceptance and mutual trust in the process of forming groups.
- Analyze issues of moral education through “drama elements”.
4. Cultivate the respect for acting among students.
- Provide opportunities for external drama exchanges.
- Students learn to respect happenings on and off stage.