This second edition is about the theory and practice of drama teaching in primary and secondary schools. Now updated and more closely linked to schemes of work, the book should appeal to teachers and student teachers who are new to drama, as well as those with more experience who wish to broaden their range. Each chapter begins with practical ideas and examples of specific lessons, from which theoretical insights into the aims and purposes of drama are derived. Current controversies within the subject area are addressed, and a comprehensive guide to the published literature is provided.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x (d)|
Table of Contents
1. Teaching Drama 2. Drama and the School 3. Planning for drama: lessons and schemes of work 4. Starting Drama 5. Approaches to Drama 6. Activities for creating drama 7. Approaches to Text 8. Teaching Shakespeare 9. Performing and Responding 10. Progression and Assessment 11. Making Sense of Research 12. Conclusion