The inwardBOUND Drama-in-Curriculum is a balance of a focus on performance skills as well as the process of creation. Stressing on the more developmental process-oriented approach, our curriculum addresses four basic domains of learning:
Psycho-motor – Developing perceptual and expressive skills and techniques
Cognitive – Assimilating knowledge and developing higer order thinking skills
Affective – Cultivating positive attitudes about themselves and others
Aesthetic – Deriving pleasure from a combination of senses, emotions, intellect, imagination and spirit
With whole learning approach as the guiding principle, our various programs are developed using powerful methodology of Process Drama. It involves the entire class, including the teacher in role-play and improvisations, where they enact roles and create a collaborative story together. It helps to develop improvisation skills, observation skills and discussion skills.
2020 UPDATE: Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, we are providing an option to bring your drama enrichment sessions online! We now offer short workshops and classes specifically tailored to your school's requirements. This can be done in conjunction with Home-Based Learning as enrichment. Students will be monitored over an online platform (eg. Google Classroom, Seesaw) where they may also submit assignments. There may also be a performative element using videos.
DRAMA FOR BEGINNERS
Providing students with imagination-expanding exercises in Pantomime, Voice and Improvisations that are adaptable to School Values or any chosen context.
PLAYBUILDING TOWARDS PERFORMANCE
This programme gives students an opportunity to explore the essential challenges of drama.
Process Drama adopts a multi-faceted approach to the text, such that students will not only learn in and about drama, but also more importantly, learning through the process of drama.