Gaby Weckering, Streicher Raymond, Isabelle Oberlé, Marcel Schmit, Joé Leyder, Luc Tandel, Conny Engel, Véronique Probst, Nathalie Bintener, Angela Kirchens, Isabelle Azzolin, Alasdair Grierson, Phillippa Probyn, Rob Schroeder, Claus Beeskow, Sonja Weiller, Hanna Durczewska, Ilda Da Silva Cardoso, Daniel Simon
English theatre option for classes of 3, 2e, 1re
The possibility to act in English has been offered to LCD students since 2007.
For 5 years British director Tony Kingston rehearsed long and short plays with students from all classes willing to stay on after school.
In 2011 the principal of our school, M. Robert Bohnert, gave us the possibility to integrate the English theatre workshop into option classes for 3e, 2e and 1re students.
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons our expert Tony Kingston teaches speaking and acting skills through improvisation work and acting exercises. Students read and try out extracts from various plays before finally deciding on the most suitable one for the group to perform at the end of the year.
Besides considerably improving students’ fluency in the English language and self-confidence, this course encourages active participation, team work, creativity and improvisation: in small groups students generate ideas in the rehearsal and contribute their own ideas regarding set design, costume and staging of the play they are going to perform.
This year the Ire drama option class will have their performance on Sunday, 25th March 2018.
This year’s shows were performed by the 3e and 2e English theatre groups on 17th June 2018 and included: « Dirk Smirk », « Ladies room » and « The dog sitters ».
The Ire drama option class will also participate in the Festival of English Language School Theatre (F.E.S.T.) at Mierscher Kulturhaus from 23rd February to 25th February 2018.
A level literature
|Ie A1||Ie BCDEF|
|Macbeth (William Shakespeare)||To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee)|
|Handmaid’s Tale (Margaret Atwood)||The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde)|
The following document comprises some of the most common mistakes made by Luxembourg students of English on the levels of IIe and Ie and should aim at helping them prepare their tests and exams to their own and their teachers’ satisfaction.
- Macbeth – William Shakespeare
A detailed commentary on ‘Macbeth’ for 5th and 6th form classes:
- The English Patient – Michael Ondaatje
Vocabulary compiled by Raymond Streicher and Marc Weis, English teachers at the Lycée Classique de Diekirch, Luxembourg.The page references for the following vocabulary refer to the Bloomsbury Paperback Edition, ISBN 0 7475 7259 3