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TEACHING MUSIC WITH LIMITED RESOURCES
Event 13 • • Venue: Campus de Santa Cruz la Real–IE University, Aula 22
Music teacher and architect Carmen Domínguez specializes in Orff-Schulwerk at the Orff Institute at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg. With a Master’s in Music Education from the University of St. Thomas, Minnesota, Carmen Domínguez has been teaching children aged between three and 17. She also gives classes to teachers in Spain and Colombia.
Aimed at infant and primary school teachers.
In Spanish only.
Workshop for tomorrow’s journalists – age 10 to 12
Event 14 • • Venue: Campus de Santa Cruz la Real–IE University, Sala Capitular
What makes a news story? How do you write a headline? What makes a good photo? Join us in the journalism workshop for children run by members of the team from El País, Spain’s leading newspaper and learn how to put together a news story and design a personalized front page.
Event in Spanish.
Event 15 • • Venue: British Council Segovia
Shall I compare thee? Explore Shakespeare's most famous sonnet 18 with teachers from British Council Segovia who will help you understand the language and imagery of this enduring declaration of love.
INTRODUCED BY PETER FLORENCE
Event 16 • • Venue: La Cárcel Cinemateca
The British Council has supported the production of a film version of Sarah Frankcom’s critically acclaimed stage production of Hamlet, which enjoyed a sell-out run at the Manchester Royal Exchange in the UK in 2014.
Shakespeare’s most iconic work explodes with big ideas and is the ultimate story of loyalty, love, betrayal, murder and madness. From its ground-breaking, sell-out run at Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre comes a film version of this unique and critically acclaimed production of Hamlet, with BAFTA nominee Maxine Peake in the title role. Shot creatively with eight cameras ‘in the round’ Hamlet captures the spirit of the play to create a visceral and cinematic experience. Peter Florence, director of Hay Festivals, analyses Shakespeare and introduces the screening.