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Dramaturgie pour le monde professionnel

  • Teacher(s):   M.Sanchez Jurado  
  • English title: Drama course for professionals
  • Course given in: French
  • ECTS Credits: 3 credits
  • Schedule: Autumn or Spring Semester 2019-2020, 2.0h. course (weekly average)
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  • site web du cours course website
  • Related programmes:
    Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Economics

    Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Management

 

Objectives

If you are keen to develop your charisma, using artistic practice towards more inwardness and emotional experience or if you have the desire to magnify your expression, communicate with ease in public in the daily life ... or your professional future, you can make it, thanks to the teaching of the theater!

The DRAMA COURSE FOR PROFESSIONALS aims at the acquisition " of tools " allowing a better self-esteem, awareness of its body and the nonverbal language, the use and mastery of its voice, the gaining of a better oral speech and self-expression in public performance, in examinations, in thesis defense, managing stage fright and emotions and the development of interpersonal skills ... (potential for creativity and reactivity) through improvisation techniques and creativity used in the field of comedy and theater.

Contents

INCREASE ITS CAPITAL OF CONFIDENCE

OBJECTIVES OF TEACHING:

  1. 1. The body ease:

The flexibility

The physical warm-up

The nonverbal language

The neutrality

The look

Gestures or tics to be banned

  1. 2. The vocal expressiveness:

Vocal work

The breath

The articulation

The fluidity in eloquence

Better speech

Quality of the expression

Reading in a loud voice / words supports, silences

Flow of reading, acceleration, pace

Know how to use different tones or resonators

Memorization techniques

  1. 3. Charisma development

Ease in public

The pleasure to express oneself / Captivate the assistance

Be a boatman of words / Put feelings

Gaining self confidence

Gaining enthusiasm

Self-awareness

  1. 4. Work in pairs or groups

Repartee

Improvisation

Listening of other one

Role-playing games

Leadership

Scenes in pairs or groups

  1. 5. Stress Management

Breathing techniques

Preparation before a presentation

Slower elocution to control the stage fright

Relativization techniques

Relativization

At the end of the course the participant should know:

- How to work its body and flexibility

- Own a personal warm-un of 5 minutes which prepares him the best

- How to control his nerves, stress, shyness, its possible tics and mannerisms and manage the "dropping out"

- How to amplify its vocal range (voice and resonators)

- How to read correctly by being a boatman of words

- How to address an audience, manage its marks, be charismatic

- How to use improvisation techniques and repartee by playing different roles and by building characters

- How to practice spontaneous listening of other one

- How to emphasize its own skills

At the end of the course the participant should have developed the following skills:

- Ability to work with others, respecting their differences

- Ability to conduct an oral presentation on a given topic

- Ability to cope with unforeseen situations, in a creative way

- Ability to use its voice and its body language to captivate an audience

References

No reference is required. No need to have already made theater. You just have to be willing to work on yourself, get out of your comfort zone and be incline to invest in the course.

Attendance is compulsory (beyond 2 absences tolerated for unforeseeable events or reasons, the attendance is reduced)

Pre-requisites

The registration is done on motivation letter which has to be addressed to the Professor in charge of the course.

Email: Margarita.SanchezJurado@unil.ch). Places being limited, it is better to send the request as soon as possible.

Evaluation

First attempt

Exam:
Oral 25min. minutes
Documentation:
Allowed
Calculator:
Not allowed
Evaluation:

MARK:

1/3 of the mark: attendance and class participation are required

1/3 of the mark: written document

1/3 of the mark: oral exam

PRESENCE DURING THE CLASS: registration on motivation letter. Presence is required. Continuous assessment.

WRITTEN DOCUMENT: Individual written project, auto-reflexive, to produce at the end of half-year. Essay on the cross-functional and personal skills developed by the exercises of the course, as well as their illustration in touch with the professional objectives.

ORAL EXAM: Individual examination of 25 minutes per student at the end of the semester in the presence of the professor and an expert. The candidate will prepare a text to read or tell the day of the exam.

The student who does not participate in those 3 events cannot be marked nor obtain credits.

Retake

Exam:
Oral 25min. minutes
Documentation:
Allowed
Calculator:
Not allowed
Evaluation:

The evaluation in the context of the retake session is a new oral exam (1/3 of the score). The marks of the semester for the attendance and participation in class (1/3 of the score), as well as for the written document (1/3 of the score) remain valid. The final mark is the average of those 3 marks.



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