Dramatised poetry in IEP

This term, students have focused on migration and learning about all the different reasons why people might move to another country. As part of Core English, Ajarn Mtheto created an innovative learning opportunity for students – dramatised poetry. Students were able to gain a deeper understanding of the topic through this method and also perform and demonstrate their knowledge to their peers and their parents. 

 

A big congratulations to everyone involved!

 

Cara Templeton

Head of the Intensive English Programme

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