Wortspiel DHPS

13 September 2019 | Education

Am Freitag, den 19 Julie, bekam die DHPS Besuch von einer äußerst interessanten Gruppe, vier Künstlern aus Deutschland. Diese hatten ein Programm vorbereitet, welches sie mit einer spektakulären Show einleiteten, diese beinhaltete einen poetischen Vortrag, selbstgeschriebene Songs und ein Improvisationstheater. Vorgetragen wurde von den vier Gästen, sowie von Schülern, welche in den Tagen davor an diversen Workshops teilgenommen hatten.

Die Wortspielshow bestand aus drei Teilen, einem Poesievortrag geleitet von Mitch Miller, einem Slam Poeten und Autoren, dieser hatte mit 8 und 9 Klässlern an von diesen geschriebene Geschichten und Gedichte gearbeitet, welche nun vorgetragen wurden.

Fabian von Wegen zeigte uns sein Talent fürs Songwriting, indem er uns zwei seiner selbstgeschriebenen Stücke vorsang, mit diesen will er die Emotion von den Zuhörern wecken. Dies versuchte er auch in seinem Songwriting Workshop rüberzubringen.

Zuletzt überrraschten Jürgen Boese und Jan Mattenheimer uns mit ihren Improvisationskünsten. Vom Publikum vorgeschlagene Worte wurden innerhalb weniger Sekunden theatralisch dargestellt. Durch Improtheater verdeutlichen die beiden Künstlern den Unterschied zwischen ,,Akzeptieren” und ,,Blockieren”.erlkaueuisjkfh.

Frau Eichholz war von DEM Besuch sehr erfreut, besonders beeindruckt war sie von der Tapferkeit der Schüler, die sich auf die Bühnen trauten.

Durch das Wortspiel Im Deutsch Unterricht denken die Schüler oft, dass sie in Gedichten immer die grosse Bedeutung finden müssen und dadurch wird der Unterricht oft (insert cool word here). Durch das Wortspiel wird gezeigt das die Deutsche Sprache auch Spass machen kann.

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