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The purpose of 'Two by Three by Bradford'

To get students focused and in sync with each other, concentrating on what their colleagues are doing.

Activity description

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Warming up at the beginning of class or re-focusing after a break in a longer class. Also helpful for getting students to feel connected with each other. Encouraging use of the body, refresh students’ bodies and minds.

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This activity is described well here: https://dbp.theatredance.utexas.edu/content/two-three-bradford 

Depends on class size and how much sharing out you do. If working in pairs and using 1,2,3, it could take about 5 minutes. If groups of four, you would us 1,2,3,4,5 and it could take about 10 minutes, depending on how in-sync the group is.

If students cannot turn cameras on, perhaps the teacher could ask them to make sounds on their turn, or to type something in the chat on their turn instead of the action/speech.

Additional resources

For opportunities to attend workshops on these activities, see Theresa Ronquillo’s Embody Change: https://www.embody-change.com/

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