Using Drama Activities
About. The resource comprises one 2 page DfES document (drawn from a larger document - see related resources). It is a practical resource highlighting some drama(ta) activities to use in classroom practice, and ways these might be used. It finishes with a teacher activity to design an in-class drama activity.
Pedagogical content. This resource highlights some strategies to use drama(ta) activities in the teaching of other subjects. Drama(ta) can provide a useful cross curricula(i) way to prompt active learning(ta) and subsequent discussion(ta) and group talk(ta). (edit)
|Title||Using Drama Activities in your Teaching|
[[Teaching Approaches/Group talk|Group talk]], [[Teaching Approaches/Drama|Drama]], [[Teaching Approaches/Active learning|Active learning]], [[Teaching Approaches/Discussion|Discussion]]
By the end of the document you should have considered some strategies for using drama activities in your own practice.
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[[Resources/Teacher Education|Teacher Education]], [[Resources/Cross-curricular|Cross-curricular]]
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|Related ORBIT Wiki Resources|
See other DfE(i) resources
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- This resource is part of the DfES resource "Pedagogy and practice: Teaching and learning in secondary schools" (ref: 0423-2004G) which can be downloaded from the National Archives http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20110809101133/nsonline.org.uk/node/97131 The whole resource (512 pages) can be downloaded as a pdf File:Pedagogy and Practice DfES.pdf
- The resource booklets, and many 'harvested' documents are available to download, generally in editable formats from the ORBIT resources, see Category:DfE.
- The videos from the accompanying DVDs are available: Video/Pedpack1 and Video/Pedpack2