High school 3 year course

A three year, part-time drama course for high school students. The course is a practical course. The course aims to develop basic skills that will form the basis of stage-, radio-, film-, television and all other forms of public performances. All years also include a theoretical element.
As is the case with all part-time courses, it is vital that the preparation is regularly done at home.
From grade 10 upwards, students have the option of doing additional theoretical work in order to obtain a Cathsseta certified NQF level 4 qualification.

THE COURSE CONTENT:
• Voice training on stage and for radio
• Poetry and Prose
• Theatre training
• Camera training

The course content is practically applied with the studying of:
• Monologues
• Poetry and Prose
• Improvisations
• Stage performances
• Camera courses
• Camera acting training in class

First year:

A program with an ongoing theme that includes the following:

  • poem
  • monologue
  • dramatized prose
    A short course in radio work in a recording studio.
  • SECOND YEAR:
    A program with an ongoing theme that includes the following:
  • monologue
  • poem
  • prose
    A camera course must be attended.
  • THIRD YEAR:
    A program with an ongoing theme that includes the following
  • monologue
  • dialogue
  • poem
  • GENERAL:
    At the end of the three-year course a Certificate in Drama is issued to the students who passed.
    A year mark is compiled as follows:
    Class mark (out of 100)
    Examination mark (out of 100)
    Assignment mark (out of 100)
    This mark is processed to a final mark out of 100.
    At the ADK students are expected to attend classes regularly and to do regular preparation.
    The lecturer reserves the right to refuse examination admission to any student that has been absent without a valid reason more than two times a term from individual or group class.

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