have broad knowledge of theatre for children and adolescents
be able to reflect upon their own choice of theatre concept in terms of a target group, among other things
be able to plan and undertake a theatrical project with a great degree of independence
The course develops the artistic process of theatre performance for children and young people. The final performance may be based on ideas/impulses from students or on outside course literature.
The performance should be performed at least six times at a location the students find suitable.
Teaching methods and workload
Individual and group teaching. Each student must be an active member of the group process in order to ensure the success of the product. Because of a running evaluation through the course, and its practical and group oriented form, compulsory participation is required. The right to examination disappears if the student has more than 20 % absence.
- Approved compulsory attendance at class sessions and supervision.
- Approved log about the prosess of production.
Assessment methods and criteria
- Theatre performance in groups, duration of 30 minutes. Individual assessment.
Assessed on a scale of A-F (with A as the highest mark and F as fail).
The study programme manager, in consultation with the student representative, decides the method of evaluation and whether the courses will have a midterm- or end of term evaluation, see also the Quality System, section 4.1. Information about evaluation method for the course will be posted on Canvas.