Divided in 4 parts.
For lower and intermediate level students
Suitable for Secondary students
From 12 to 16 years old
Now home after the first day back at school, Billy Fibber, our seventeen-year-old “hero” is looking back on the day now done, and all the many, many more to come. As he says in the opening line of the piece “first day of school today … only another 194 to go.”
Billy is a bright, lazy, slightly introverted boy with an extremely vivid imagination. He spends much of his time just drifting away into his thoughts and is capable of day-dreaming himself into trouble as equally as much as he can fantasise himself out of it. Billy’s First Day Back is a new, original piece, written especially for the screen, and based around other adventures of the central character from our play “William B”; itself inspired loosely from both Keith Waterhouse’s novel “Billy Liar” and “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” by James Thurber.
In this piece, as Billy shares his thoughts with us, we meet, among other characters, Billy’s arch enemy, Stevie-O, who is as fierce and dumb as ever, and the new love of Billy’s life, this girl who has returned to school “shockingly different” after the long break.
This ETC: Clickact comes with a full activity pack, both audio visual and printed, which covers language items, skills work, themes referred to: with suggestions for use. The Clickact breaks neatly into four parts but can be broken down more; as you choose, or done all at once as an online “play” and then worked on … or not; as you choose.
We always aim that our work is both entertaining and useful and these Clickacts are also intended to allow you the maximum freedom in using them when and where you want, as many times as you want within the time frame you have chosen.
(We do have security measures in force to safeguard misuse by others but this will not limit your freedom at all)
Put together in parts for you to decide how much you watch at any one time
Including a full pack of activities and exercises focussing on comprehension, language, themes and skills work
Online workshops; guided by one of our trained, native English – speaking, professional actors
For lower-level students
For higher intermediate and advanced students
High School and Adults
For higher intermediate and advanced students.
For High School and Adult learners.
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