Artesis Plantijn Hogeschool Antwerpen
Koninklijk Conservatorium van Antwerpen
General teaching methodology Drama (performance arts)34392/3319/2425/1/41
Study guide

General teaching methodology Drama (performance arts)

Academic year 2024-25
Is found in:
  • Bachelor of Education: Secondary Education – Music and Performing Arts (Shortened Programme)
    Programme option:
    • Drama
  • Educational Master of Arts in Music & Performing Arts
    • Drama
  • Shortened trajectory Master of Arts & Education in Music and performing arts
    • Drama
This is a single course unit.
Study load: 3 credits
Co-ordinator: De Hondt Eva
Other teaching staff: Dierckx Ellen
Languages: Dutch
Scheduled for: Semester 1
This course unit is marked out of 20 (rounded to an integer).
Possible deadlines for learning account: 31.10.2024 ()
Re-sit exam: is possible.
Possibility of deliberation: You have to pass this course unit (will never be deliberated).
Total study time: 90,00 hours


There are no prerequisites for this course.

Learning outcomes (list)

This course includes the following learning objectives:
Chooses content which is relevant for the achieving of objectives in the lesson plans for drama atelier, drama lab, drama studio, word studio (part-time arts education) and general word training (secondary arts education).
Specifies the various target groups for the subjects drama atelier, drama lab, drama studio, word studio (part-time arts education) and general word training (secondary arts education) and describes which working methods are suitable for each target group.
Uses their subject-specific knowledge in a creative manner in concrete exercises for specific target groups in drama atelier, drama lab, drama studio, word studio (part-time arts education) and general word training (secondary arts education) and creation.
Evaluates their own performance in micro-teaching.
Using cases, reflects on attitudes and a positive environment.
Looks for societal links within the subjects storytelling, speaking and storytelling, speaking and presenting (part-time arts education), recounting and eloquence (secondary arts education).
Makes a folder of assignments.
Exchanges his or her own knowledge and experiences.
Stimulates fellow students with ideas, materials, perspectives.
Mastering the principles of phonetics/correct pronunciation AN (vowels, diphthongs, consonants, assimilation) and knowing the teaching tools.
Masters the theory and principles of eutony (posture, breathing, voice, resonance, articulation, expression) and knows the teaching tools.
Analyses the basic voice and speaking skills of specific pupils and learning groups.
Has a good speech and voice technique and speaks correct AN.
Examines the function and relevance of the voice & speech teacher in education, society and the artistic field.
Describes the initial situation of a class group
Formulates objectives on the basis of curricula for the subjects word workshop, word lab, drama lab and word studio (DKO) and general verbal education (KSO)
Formulates objectives for the lesson preparation of the microteaching assignment
Makes use of specific subject teaching tools and learning resources during microteaching.
Makes appropriate assignments for the subjects narrative theatre, speaking and telling, speaking and presenting (DKO) and eloquence (KSO).
Respects the diversity of the learning group during microteaching and adapts methods to the individual pupil.
Applies the acquired subject teaching knowledge and skills during microteaching, with special attention to individual and group remediation during the exercises.
Prepares microteaching
Creatively sets up target-oriented exercises for a lesson in word workshop, word lab, drama lab, word studio (DKO) and general verbal education (KSO) and creates a standard lesson in 2nd and 3rd grade.
Seeks and brings sufficient variation in annual plan
Prepares microteaching. Teaches a microteaching lesson.
Discusses practical examples
Creates an optimal learning environment during microteaching with attention to the different skill levels and personality characteristics of the pupil.
During microteaching, set up the classroom in a way that optimises learning and eliminates noise as much as possible.
Elaborates a lesson plan on word workshop, word lab, drama lab, word studio (DKO) or general verbal education (KSO) for a specific target group, paying attention to a balanced treatment of all aspects of speaking.
Training in giving instructions at the microteachings
Answers questions about problem situations
Reflects on themselves and others in assignments and practises giving nurturing feedback
Uses his insights during the microteachings
Can integrate other art forms into a lesson in word workshop, word lab, drama lab, word studio (DKO) and general verbal education (KSO)
Accompany the lessons in word workshop, word lab, drama lab, word studio (DKO) and general verbal education (KSO) with a very conscious and correct use of AN and a good voice technique.
Evaluates own microteaching
Finds its way into its own subject-specific training offer.
Microteaching stimulates pupils to be independent, critical thinkers, empowered
Responding to the diversity of different learning groups through microteaching

Educational organisation (list)

Learning Activities
Lectures and / or tutorials30,00 hours
Practicum20,00 hours
Work time outside of contact hours40,00 hours

Evaluation (list)

Evaluation(s) for first exam chance
Eerste examenperiodeKnowledge and comprehension test permanently during class weeks (Permanent evaluation)20,00
Eerste examenperiodeSkills assessment during the examination series30,00
Evaluation(s) for re-sit exam
2nd examination periodKnowledge and comprehension test during the examination series20,00
2nd examination periodSkills assessment during the examination series30,00
Evaluation(s) for both exam chances, not reproducible in re-sit exam
Eerste examenperiodeSkills assessment permanently during class weeks (Permanent evaluation)50,00