‘Siri Aksi Adil’ Speech & Drama Workshop (P1 & P2)

Eligible for TOTE BOARD GRANT​

Objectives:
– To develop a love for the Malay language. ​
– To teach students to express themselves creatively through drama.
– To create confident communicators.
– To inspire children to develop a lifelong love of reading Malay books.

Special Highlight
Children will put up a mini variety-show presentation at the end of the workshop to show off their new Malay language skills learnt.

This course is designed to develop language and communication skills through the well-loved character “Adil”.

Using the books from our best selling series Seri Aksi Adil; Tikus Untuk Adil, Gajah Untuk Adil, Payung Untuk Adil or Meja Makan Adil, students will be guided through an 8 weeks course incorporating role-playing, improvisation and language games that will sharpen and develop their ability to communicate effectively using the Malay language. This course ends with a mini presentation of the student’s work.

Learning Points

‘Siri Aksi Adil’ Speech & Drama Workshop (P3 & P4)

Eligible for TOTE BOARD GRANT​

Objectives:
– To develop a love for the Malay language
– To teach students how to write guided narratives and how to correct their work.
– To create confident writers.
– To introduce children to Malay literature and nurture them to enjoy it.

Great for budding writers, this course aims to develop language and writing skills in students. Using stories from the well-loved ‘Siri Aksi Adil’ (Adventures of Adil Series), students will be guided through a 6 weeks creative writing course.

Students will learn to create characters, develop plot and expand a situation. The best part is they can look forward to producing their very own storybooks at the end of the course!

Learning Points
At the end of this course students will:

Siri Bacaan Awal Kanak-Kanak

Readers Theatre Workshop

Objectives:
– To develop a love for the Malay language.
– To teach children to express themselves creatively through drama.
– To create confident communicators.
– To inspire children to develop a lifelong love of reading Malay books.

Special Highlight
Teachers may opt to have 3D props at a nominal additional fee of $200/- per workshop.

Mirroring the concept of Readers Theatre, this course aims to develop reading, listening communication and presentation skills through the use of drama as a means of self-expression. From our Siri Bacaan Awal Kanak-Kanak Books, students will workshop to a selected script based on this very short story. Using this script, students will do the readers theatre with a performance at the end of the course.

Learning Points

At the end of this course students will:

Fonik Ria Cepat Membaca

A Malay Conversational Programme​

Objectives:
To teach reading (Malay) to children using a customized phonics approach that combines music, drama, writing, language games and interactive videos.

This creative phonics course is designed to give children a good foundation in reading Malay. Consisting of 2 main modules, this course is progressive and leads to the development of reading as well as writing skills. Each letter of the alphabet comes alive as a cute character children can identify with.

This course uses songs to emphasize each unit of lesson. It is also filled with role playing, writing exercises, exciting word games as well as interactive videos to aid children in reading and enriching their five senses.

The only comprehensive Malay phonics reading package developed in Singapore for Singaporean children learning Malay as a second language.

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Module 2:

‘Baju Melayu Ati!’ Readers’ Theatre Workshop (P1 & P2)

Objectives:
– To develop a love for the Malay language.
– To teach children to express themselves creatively through drama.
– To create confident communicators.
– To inspire children to develop a lifelong love of reading Malay books.

Let’s bring this story to life! Inspired by Rilla Melati Bahri’s bilingual picture book from the Siri Beg Besar Nenek – “Baju Melayu Ati” comes a workshop that literally travels from out of a bag – a bag full of stories!

Children aged 7-8 will have a lot of fun in this storytelling workshop that seeks to encourage the child to discover the Malay language and use it to communicate with one another confidently.

Children will be guided to immerse themselves in Ati’s world and learn to express themselves creatively as they role play and use their imagination to give life to Ati’s adventures!

Learning Points

‘Baju Melayu Ati!’ Interactive Storytelling Workshop (P3 & P4)

Objectives:
– To allow children to use and speak the Malay language in an informal, relaxed setting.
– To develop storytelling and story making skills in children.
– To instill love for the Malay language in a fun and exciting manner.
– To encourage children to become creative and competent communicators.

“There is a betel leaf box, an old carpet and… a giant bag! Ati pulls the giant bag out and opens it.” What could possibly be inside Nenek’s Big Bag?

Children aged 9 to 10 will have a lot of fun in this interactive storytelling workshop that seeks to encourage the child to discover the Malay language and use it to communicate with one another confidently. Students will be introduced to 3 different ways of storytelling and be encouraged to express themselves creatively as they narrate, role play and use their imagination to give life to Ati’s adventures!

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Cerita Kita Penglipurlara Drama Workshop (Lower Primary)

Objectives:
– To instill a love of the Malay language in students.
– To encourage students to speak Malay confidently.
– To expose students to the folktales that help to shape the Malay literary genre.
– To encourage and explore students’ imagination through creative art activities.
– To introduce students to the basics of theatre.

This 4 week workshop uses drama to engage students aged 7 & 8 to learn the Malay Language in a fun and interactive way!

Using one of the Malay Folk Stories – ‘Ketam dan Kaloi’, from our Cerita Kita series, students will learn new Malay words, adjectives and verbs!

Students will gain confidence in speaking the Malay language and develop their pronunciation skills through dialogue exercises.

Students will also learn voice projection techniques, facial expressions, characterization and also get to enjoy hands-on activities in creating their own props for their performance. This is a structured drama course that allows students to acquire Malay language skills and have the basic knowledge of staging a mini play for a class audience.

Learning Points

Cerita Kita Speech & Drama Workshop (Lower Primary)

Objectives:
– To encourage students to communicate effectively using the Malay Language.
– To introduce students to the basics of theatre.
– To expose students to the folktales that help to shape the Malay literary genre.
– To encourage students to do a classroom presentation creatively and with confidence.

This 8-weeks workshop will take students through the process of creating a mini stage performance in a classroom setting!

Using the well loved folk story ‘Sang Kancil & Buaya’, students will be encouraged to express themselves on stage as they bring the characters to life!

This course ends with a mini presentation of the student’s work.

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Cerita Kita Drama Workshop (P5 & P6)

Objectives:
– To train and prepare students to perform for the staging of a production.
– To introduce students to the basics of theatre.
– To instill a love of the Malay language in students.
– To expose students to the folktales that help to shape the Malay literary genre.

This 10-weeks workshop will take students though the process of creating their own staged performance of a well – loved Malay folk story ‘Kisah Pak Pandir’ from our Cerita Kita series.

Students will be trained and will work with an assigned director to develop their artistic ability and creativity. They will learn voice projection techniques, facial expressions, characterization, speech and the other aspects of theatre works.

This is a structured drama course that allows students to be involved with the various processes that are needed to create a production, which can be staged for a school audience.

Learning Points

Cerita Kita Creative Writing Workshop (P5 & P6)

Objectives:
– To develop a love for the Malay language through folklores.
– To inspire students to create their own fractured folktale.
– To teach students to express themselves creatively and confidently through literary arts.
– To encourage students to think out of the box.

Student’s first step to becoming an author! This course aims to develop language and writing skills in students.

Using the famous folklore ‘Pak Pandir’ from our Cerita Kita series as reference, students will be guided through a 6 weeks creative writing course which encourage them to use their imagination to create their very own fractured folktale!

Students will learn to improvise a plot, expand situation and combine story elements that will surprise readers!

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