In Role: Teaching and Learning Dramatically

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Patrick's step-by-step guide to the planning and implementation of dramatic playing in the classroom provides the kinds of structures that teachers as well as students need to support their work and to encourage them to take risks together.
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Overview

Patrick's step-by-step guide to the planning and implementation of dramatic playing in the classroom provides the kinds of structures that teachers as well as students need to support their work and to encourage them to take risks together.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780887510588
  • Publisher: Pippin Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/28/1992
  • Series: Pippin Teacher's Library Series , #14
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.31 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 5
Playing Dramatically 7
Integrating Learning in Drama 7
Dramatic Playing 9
Areas of Learning 10
Drama in the Curriculum 15
Integrating Learning Dramatically 18
Negotiating in Play 18
Working Cooperatively 19
Developing a Thematic Unit 21
Session One: Introducing Dramatic Playing 24
Session Two: Selecting a Teaching Strategy 25
Session Three: Taking Roles 26
Session Four: Developing Cooperative Learning 32
Session Five: Developing a Sense of Ownership 36
Session Six: Exploring Another Perspective 41
Planning for Future Sessions 49
Summary of the Thematic Unit 51
Assessment of Student Learning 55
More Ideas for Thematic Units 56
Planning Dramatically 59
Developing Shared Contexts of Meaning 59
Planning the Task 62
Background to the Planning 64
Session One: Brainstorming the Topic 69
Planning for the Dramatic Playing 73
Session Two: Finding a Focus 75
Teaching Dramatically 80
Teaching In Role 80
Dramatic Playing Across the Curriculum 88
Primary Reading: Working from a Picture Book 88
Intermediate Reading: Responding to a Novel 92
Social Studies: Interpreting a Photograph 96
Exploring a Fairy Tale 102
Thinking Dramatically 107
Teaching, Learning, and Assessment 107
Questioning as a Tool for Teaching and Assessment 107
Different Types of Questions in Dramatic Playing 110
Reflective Writing 112
Observation 120
A Play Is a Play 123
Additional Readings for Teachers 124
Additional Resource List 125
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