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Integrate improvisational theatre activities in the business classroom

17 Oct

Thanks a lot to the technical team of IATEFL Hungary for the great filming work. I thoroughly enjoyed myself in this one, and I hope it gives you some ideas to use the classroom!

IATEFL-Hungary blog

“Yes, and…”: Improv theatre techniques for creativity and speaking skills

Full e-session by Christina Rebuffet-Broadus


Streamed live and recorded at the 24th IATEFL-Hungary annual conference on 4 October 2014

This talk explores the benefits of integrating improvisational theatre activities in the business classroom. This talk will touch on reasons for including improvisational activities in language training, demonstrate practical ready-to-use ideas, and address ways of handling trainees who hesitate or refuse to participate.

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