Keeping Control in the Drama Lesson

Keeping control in the drama lesson could be one of the main reasons why some teachers are reluctant to teach the subject. Drama lessons are there to encourage free expression, so doesn’’t this just lead to noise, over-excitement and even fighting? In the...Read more

Creating Drama from Visual Art

Works of art and photographs can be used as powerful inspiration for drama activities. Pictures can soon be brought to life through still images, thought tracking and improvisation. Choose an image that depicts a range of characters. The picture should be big enough...Read more

Drama for Language Learning

Drama is an effective way of helping students to learn languages including English as a Foreign Language (EFL), as it uses active teaching and learning styles likely to motivate and sustain the attention of a wide cross section of pupils. Activities can include...Read more
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