Through the use of process drama, students are provided with a safe environment to learn about human behaviour and develop an understanding of how and why people react in particular ways to given situations.
Drama is a powerful medium through which real-life situations can be explored. Through the use of process drama – drama which is not intended for an audience – students are provided with a safe environment to learn about human behaviour and develop an understanding of how and why people react in particular ways to given situations.
This resource explores significant New Zealand historical events:
Using process drama, this is an exciting way for students to learn about New Zealand and it’s history. Each unit of work is based around the exploration of a picture book, story or photographs. The units have been written in a step-by-step format in order to guide those who are less confident with teaching drama. The units are set out with suggested teaching and learning sequences and ideas for assessment opportunities are provided.
Dramatic Events combines drama and history in a way that provides for unique and interesting teaching opportunities in both disciplines.
Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary), Ages: 15-18 (Senior Secondary)
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Drama Themes is a two-book series focusing on eight high-interest areas that will help students to develop skills in choral dramatisation, communication skills, group participation, movement, interpretation and much more. Choose a book option below to LOOK INSIDE.
Primary School Plays consists of four fabulous plays per book (including a Christmas Play) which can be modified to accommodate one to three different classes. The plays are aimed at children aged 7 to 12 years.
The two books in this series contain three delightful stage plays for children to perform in front of large audiences. Each play includes themed activities. Production notes accompany each play to help teachers make decisions about costumes, props and stage sets.
This children’s book is a story of bravery and of believing in who you are – Darcy the Brave shows that sometimes to show the greatest courage you need to forget about battling dragons and monsters and face the fears that no one else can see.
Written by playwright, Susan Battye, the Dramatic Shorts: An Anthology of Plays series focuses on a collection of short stage plays that can be easily staged in a school or drama club setting. This progressive series is packed with activities that will encourage teenage students of English and Drama to read, present and respond to plays
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These enchanting 15-minute drama games allow children and teachers to visit and explore imaginary worlds, while at the same time providing robust and energetic physical activities as a complement to the existing academic classroom programme.
This resource is designed to assist practitioners to establish a workable programme for children from birth to 2 years.
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