CANCELLED Ways into Scriptwriting

CANCELLED Ways into Scriptwriting
PRESENTED by SUE MURRAY
FOR TEACHERS OF YEARS 3–8
This practical workshop will equip teachers with the knowledge and skills to teach their students to write effective scripts by understanding the fundamental elements of scripts.
Participants will take part in a number of practical drama and writing exercises that will be scaffolded to allow easy implementation in their own classrooms, as well as examples of scripts as models to analyse.
The material and practices used in the workshop will assist teachers to implement creative writing in their classrooms as well as increasing students'  comprehension and appreciation of scripts.
The workshop is based on 'show don't tell', a principle of scriptwriting as well as of experiential learning.
The impact of drama activities on language and literacy development is well supported by a large body of evidence.
Half day course 
Discount
Early bird Regular
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Professional Member
35%  $75 $80 $235
Professional Member Digital 35%  $75 $80 $180
Professional Member New Graduate
35%  $75 $80 $165
Professional Member Student
50%
 $65 $65
$135
Non-member  —  $120 $125  —

Early bird rates until 23 March 2020.

Completing this workshop will contribute 3.5 hours of NESA registered PD addressing 1.1.2, 1.5.2, 2.5.2, 3.3.2, from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.


Sue Murray

Sue Murray

Sue Murray is a writer and educator. Having worked in a theatre-in-education company, then as a teacher of Drama and English, Sue began writing plays for primary and secondary school students. She has presented keynote speeches, workshops and papers at Drama and English conferences, a CBCA national conference, the NSW Writers’ Centre and elsewhere. She has contributed to English textbooks, educational websites and other publications. Teachers who use The School Magazine in their classrooms will know Sue’s plays published over the last decade. As Assistant Editor, Sue was also responsible for the magazine’s teaching and learning resources and in 2016 programmed the workshops presented at centenary celebrations. In 2019 Sue is participating in a NSW Education Department online project linking texts to English Textual Concepts. She has been nominated several times for an international Language Learners’ Literature Award, and won the award in 2010.

6/04/2020 3:30 PM - 6/04/2020 7:00 PM
Cronulla Public School
18/24 Burraneer Bay Rd
CRONULLA, NSW 2230
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