2 edition of investigation into drama as a learning medium in Hampshire SLD schools. found in the catalog.
investigation into drama as a learning medium in Hampshire SLD schools.
L. M. Sanders Graham
Written in English
Dissertation (DAES Special educational needs) - King Alfred"s College, 1994.
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Dorothy Heathcote's theories and practices relating to the uses of drama in education are presented in detail. The 20 chapters discuss the value of drama, as well as guidelines for organizing and carrying through dramatic activities.
Transcripts of Heathcote's teaching and speaking and her writing are used to illustrate the generalizations by: This work, referring to current legislation, argues the case for an organized curricular framework for drama in the s which develops in children the activities of designing, directing, acting, writing and evaluating - all within the range of the historic context of dramatic work.
Drama, as a modality for learning, facilitates these connections in a deep and meaningful way to empower cognitive and social development. Story Drama in the Special Needs Classroom successfully provides teachers with specific tools and procedures for undertaking this most important educational : Jessica Perich Carleton.
This Research Paper elucidates the challenges faced by teachers while teaching learners with learning disability. This has been conducted as a research study by. Learning Through Drama xi Preview Sample You can dip straight into the main section of this book and try out the drama strategies in any order.
The Introduction looks at how you can use drama in schools. Drama Strategies explores each strategy in detail along with practical examples to use in a variety of contexts. The final section. Title: English and Drama for SchoolsAuthor: Bloomsbury Publishing, Name: English and Drama for SchoolsLength: 16 pages, Page: 1, Published: Issuu company logo Issuu.
The thesis explores issues in the writing development of primary school children where drama was used as a teaching and learning pedagogy. It is based on a case study carried out in in a Greek primary school Y4 class in Cyprus where the author was teaching and investigates the nature and relationship of the two processes when used together.
As Betty Jane Wagner describes in her book, Dorothy Heathcote: Drama as a Learning Medium, “She (Heathcote) does not use children to produce plays.
Instead, she uses drama to expand their awareness, to enable them to look at reality through fantasy, to see below the surface of actions to their meaning. Learning Through Drama in the Primary Years by David Farmer is a practical handbook exploring how to use the greatest resource that teachers have available to them – children’s imagination.
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CONSTRUCTIVIST INQUIRY AND LEARNING IN DRAMA. Wright, David // NJ: Drama Australia Journal;, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p Constructivism is an interpretive approach that emphasises the 'meaning-making activity of the individual mind'. It is of particular relevance to drama education because learning in drama is based in process.
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The report goes on to say: "The most commonly withdrawn subjects are drama and performing arts, which had been dropped in nearly a quarter of schools where a subject had been withdrawn (23%), followed by art (17%) and design technology (14%).
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