Richard is available for workshops, consultations, presentations, and special projects on a variety of topics related to English Language Teaching and to Drama education.  Both short term and long term projects are considered.  He can customize a workshop based on your needs.  While this website is mostly dedicated to sharing his work integrating Drama into ELT teaching he also has a careers worth of experience in these other specialty areas:  teaching English to young learners, ELT methodology, content and language integrated learning, differentiated instruction, structured language practice strategies, strategies for working with LTELs, drama/theatre workshops, digital storytelling and other technology tools for ELT. 

          His full CV is available by request.  Click on the email link at the bottom of the page.

HERE IS A PARTIAL LIST OF WORKSHOPS/CONSULTATIONS/PROJECTS THAT HE HAS CONDUCTED

ENGLISH LANGUAGE FELLOWSHIP (presentations in Cambodia, China and Washington, D.C.)

Teaching English to Young Learners (Theory, classroom structure, and activities)

• Differentiating instruction for large, multi-level classrooms

•  Adapting textbooks using communicative language practices and strategies

•  Assessment strategies for the English language classroom

•  Using drama in the English classroom

•  Organization for large, multi-level classrooms

•  Structured language practice strategies

•  Drama activities to access academic language and text

EPIC ARTS--KAMPOT, CAMBODIA

•  Collaborative theatre techniques

•  Mask work

•  Theatre games to enhance language learning

TEXAS EDUCATIONAL THEATRE CONFERENCE AND UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS/AUSTIN

•  Devising theatre techniques with English Language Learners

•  Using drama to access core literature for English Language Learners

•  Storytelling for English Language Learners

TESOL  (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Language) CATESOL (California) and CAMTESOL (Cambodia) Conventions

Physicalizing vocabulary through drama games

•  Drama techniques for accessing academic language and text

•  Structured language practice strategies for large, multi level classrooms

•  Online mentoring for novice teachers worldwide

Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Berkeley, California

•  Theatre games and techniques for English Language Learners

•  Devising:  creating original theatrical performances with English language learners