We focus on hot topics, working out a difficult yet necessary modus vivendi with “the other”. We promote peaceful and respectful dialogue despite of language, cultural, social or geographical barriers.
We want to draw attention to the mechanisms of marginalization on its psychological, social and intercultural level. We want to develop skills to fight social exclusion in a novel and effective way which appeals to young people.
We believe that hot topics must be addressed at schools and a language classroom should develop not only linguistic but also civic skills, starting with A1/A2 students.
All this (and much more) may be achieved by Forum Theatre – a theatrical debate which forms a part of Augusto Boal’s socially engaged Theatre of The Oppressed.
Thanks to Erasmus+ program of the European Union teachers, methodologists and high school students from 4 countries could test these techniques with maestro JEAN PIERRE BESNARD – French theatre pedagogue with over 20 years of experience - then adapt the method to educational framework and school needs.
The theater forum techniques we are proud to present are excellent for
foreign language classroom (starting with A1/A2 level)
blended mobilities (Erasmus+, eTwinning)
The e-handbook is accessible in 4 other languages.