This work focuses on creating practical drama structures and developing process drama. It explores realistic and effective methods of reflecting on, assessing and evaluating work in drama to ensure progress. At the core of the book are seven pretexts that have been used and continue to be used to generate drama and theatre which engages, challenges and excites groups of all ages and abilities.
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'Compelling' The English Magazine 'A comprehensive aid to any teacher of drama. Its rationale is good practice and sound method...a book of great use; there is clear-headedness and direction which gives the reader/user great confidence in it. I recommend it.' The School Librarian 'The perfect classroom resource for putting theory into practice. An invaluable wealth of information built up through years of experience.' www.schoolsnet.com 'Should be in every New Zealand school' New Zealand Association for Drama in Education Journal
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Descripción Carel Press Ltd, 2000. Estado de conservación: Good. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Nº de ref. de la librería GRP23614568