Musicianship is a combination of a range of musical skills, and sometimes refers as the ability to ‘think in sound’. The focus is to be able to produce music perceives internally and in the imagination, whether through playing by ear, singing, reading from notation, or through improvisation. This can be learned over fun and enjoyable activities, including a practical twist with available equipment.
Why plays are excellent - not only good for children? The most important benefit is that drama can improve children's verbal communication.
為什麼戲劇非常重要 - 不僅對孩子有好處？ 最重要的好處是戲劇可以改善兒童的言語交流。
Language Camp 英文營/普通話營
All-in-one English / Mandarin learning with an emphasis on listening and oral skills. 4 core areas include:
+ Cambridge English Preparation& Upgrade Class 劍橋英語預備班/ 提升班
+ Secondary English Special Training 中學英語特訓班
+ Enlightenment English 啟蒙英語
+ Story Talking 齊來講故事
Lessons aim to apply different levels for different age groups.
全面英語/普通話學習, 注重聽力和會話技能, 包括不同年齡或級別的課程.
Interpersonal Development 人際溝通
Drama for Presentation and Communication 溝通小博士
That's right. Attending drama classes can provide your child with many skills that will be of use to them throughout life. It is certainly not all about acting and dancing, though of course these elements form the basics of a drama class. Perhaps one of the most important skills your child can learn from drama is self confidence.
Some children are obviously shy and not at all confident about coming forward and standing out. However, improving self confidence is something that many children can benefit from, even those who, on the surface, may already appear to be quite sure of themselves. Think how many adults are gripped with varying levels of anxiety when faced, for example, with giving a speech or hosting a meeting. Even being invited for a job interview can heighten the nerves of many of us, especially as it is not uncommon these days for some companies to undertake interviews involving role play and thinking on your feet.
Drama can help your child to acquire skills to help in these situations because games and exercises used in many drama classes nurture spontaneity and the ability to think. For instance, when my child was in the class for 5 - 7 years old, one of the exercises was to pass a large ball around a circle. Each child, upon being passed the ball, had to say what the ball actually was - the idea was to be as imaginative as possible and all ideas were worthy and accepted, even the most way out. In fact, in drama 'way out' is often the best.