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Mercedes Romero-Fernandez

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What is your talent? 🎢

🎭πŸŽͺπŸŽ¨πŸ©°πŸ€ΈπŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸŽΊ In this activity we would like you to think about your talents. Click plus to add a response video Watch the video to learn about the different activities Use the πŸ”—to move from one page to another. PAGE 1: SPOTLIGHT πŸ’‘ - Grab the spotlight and hover around the stage to find the talent words. - When you find a word find a picture on the left to match the word. Grab the picture and place it next to ithe word. PAGE 2: WATCH THE ACTS πŸ“½ - video Watch the video of the acts/performances. - What was your favourite talent? Why? Click the mic to give us a review of your thinking 😊 PAGE 3: WHAT'S YOUR TALENT? - We would love to see your talent! β™₯ - Take a video clip of your performance and place it on the stage - If you are not very sure, pick something from the list of talents on the left 😊 Save as draft if you have not completed all activities Click check when all your work is completed WHY? - Everyone has a talent! Performing is a transferable skill, it helps gain confidence and boost self-esteem. Learning how to perform for fun from an early age is a healthy activity and promotes wellbeing. This activity encourages self thinking in a positive way and helps young people identify their strengths and look into the future for ambitions and aspirations.

2nd Grade, 1st Grade, Kindergarten, Music
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity can be used within many contexts to encourage thinking about performing. It can be used as a whole or it can be divided into to standalone activities to suit the needs of the students and teachers. It can be adapted for a variety of ages and year groups. The activities could be a good starting point for a 'Talent Show' or public performance to develop self-confidence and boost self-esteem. Page two provides a video to model a variety of acts and encourages self thinking, the video can be replaced with any other video or activity relevant to the topic being covered.