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Drama Teaching in English: Imagination, Action and Engagement

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Informationen zum Autor Jacqueline Manuel is a Senior Lecturer in Secondary English Education in the Faculty of Education and Soci... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor Jacqueline Manuel is a Senior Lecturer in Secondary English Education in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Sydney. Her research, teaching and scholarship are in the field of secondary English curriculum. She is a member of the New South Wales Board of Studies Higher School Certificate English Examination Committee (Standard and Advanced) and is on the international advisory boards of English in Australia, TeacherDevelopment: An International Journal of Teachers' Professional Development, English teaching: Practice and Critique, and Teaching and Teacher Education. Zusammenfassung Drama Teaching in English examines the relationship between drama and English in the contemporary secondary classroom and covers the major developments within drama, theatre and English education.

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Drama Teaching in English examines the relationship between drama and English in the contemporary secondary classroom and covers the major developments within drama, theatre and English education. It provides pre-service teachers with opportunities to reflect on their own practice and refine it in response to innovations in the field of English and drama teaching.
Major changes in drama and performance studies approaches have not always been reflected in English classrooms. In Drama Teaching in English, innovative practices and approaches are explored to show how to understand the dramatic text through action. Subjects which have undergone substantial change in English education such as media, technology, performance and the inclusive classroom, are covered thoroughly and expertly.



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1. English, Drama and the Role of Imagination; BY JACKIE MANUEL, JOHN HUGHES, MICHAEL ANDERSON; 2. The Dramatic Process of English Teaching and Learning; BY PROFESSOR JOHN O'TOOLE; 3. Narrative, Drama and the English Classroom; BY HELEN NICHOLSON; 4. Drama and the Teaching of Literature; BY JACQUELINE MANUEL; 5. Experiencing Theatre in the English Classroom; BY JOHN HUGHES; 6. The Teaching of Shakespeare; BY KEN WATSON; 7. Drama and the Teaching of Poetry; BY JOHN HUGHES AND PROFESSOR ROSLYN ARNOLD; 8. Spaces to Play: Picture Books and Drama in the Middle Years; BY ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR ROBYN EWING AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR CAROLE MILLER; 9. Drama English and Inclusivity; BY DR PETER O'CONNOR; 10. Drama, Texts and Literacy; BY JOANNE O'MARA; 11. Performances, Technology and Emerging Opportunities for Drama in English; BY MICHAEL ANDERSON; 12. Film and Video in the English Classroom; BY ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR JOHN CARROLL; 13. Assessing Drama in English; BY JACQUELINE MANUEL AND MICHAEL ANDERSON

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Titre: Drama Teaching in English: Imagination, Action and Engagement
Sous-titre: Imagination, Action and Engagement
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Code EAN: 9780195560428
ISBN: 978-0-19-556042-8
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Oxford University Press Australia
Genre: Pédagogie
nombre de pages: 350
Poids: 552g
Taille: H190mm x B245mm x T15mm
Année: 2008

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