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Education In Drama

Author : David Hornbrook
ISBN : 9781136615252
Genre : Education
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Hornbrook, referring to current legislation, argues the case for an organized curricular framework for drama in the 1990s which develops in children the activities of designing, directing, acting, writing and evaluating - all within the range of the historic context of dramatic work. He asserts that recent drama teaching in Britain has been child-centred and psychological, and viewed as a learning medium rather than as an aesthetic study in itself. This, he believes, has had the effect of cutting children off from the variegated world of the theatre and, in the broader sense, from any collective aesthetic or historical dimension. This book is intended mainly for the use of primary and secondary school teachers.
Category: Education

Living Powers

Author : Peter Abbs
ISBN : 1850001685
Genre : Arts
File Size : 23.9 MB
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Category: Arts

Researching Drama And Arts Education

Author : Edited by Philip Taylor.
ISBN : 9781136365843
Genre : Education
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This volume examines the current major issues in research design for arts teachers. It aims to answer two key questions: how do researchers design their studies? What research methods are appropriate for specific investigative questions?
Category: Education

On The Subject Of Drama

Author : David Hornbrook
ISBN : 9781134702343
Genre : Education
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Although much has been written on how the drama elements of the English curriculum might be taught in schools, there is less guidance available for teachers who regard drama not as an adjunct of English but as an arts subject in its own right. In this volume, David Hornbrook and a team of experienced drama specialists show how the subject of drama may be defined and taught. Drawing on literature, visual art, music and dance as well as the rich and varied traditions of drama itself, they map out an eclectic subject curriculum for students of all ages. Opening up the field in new and exciting ways, the book embraces the widest possible range of dramatic knowledge and skills, from the Natyashastra of ancient India to contemporary classroom improvisation. The book is divided into three sections: The teaching and learning of drama: ideas about interculturalism, creativity and craft - key concepts informing the drama curriculum - are interrogated and re-theorised for the classroom. Making and performing drama in school: the fundamental processes of reading and writing plays for performance are explored, along with the potential of dance to enhance and extend students' experience of dramatic performance. Watching and understanding drama: ensuring the curriculum is appropriately balanced between the production and reception of drama, this last section emphasises the role of students as audience - for both live and electronic performances - and the development of a dramatic vocabulary.
Category: Education

Education And Dramatic Art

Author : David Hornbrook
ISBN : 9781134702282
Genre : Education
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To this day, Education and Dramatic Art remains the only fully worked critique of drama education in schools. Provocative and iconoclastic, this new edition brings the argument up-to-date and locates the author's proposals for a curriculum based on the making, performing and appraisal of dramas securely in the evolving culture of schools. The first section of the book traces the origins and fortunes of drama in schools in the context of changing political times and argues that by neglecting the customs and practices of the theatre, drama-in-education has often kept from the students it professes to empower, the very knowledge and understanding necessary for them to take command of their subject. Part two examines the developmental and pedagogic claims of drama-in-education. Theories of knowledge and meaning and assumptions about schools drama's power to establish a moral and social agenda, are all called to account. Finally, Education and Dramatic Art proposes a multiculturally-based, theoretical structure for the teaching of drama which pulls the theatre and the classroom together and offers teachers the foundation for a broad and balanced drama curriculum with its own distinctive body of knowledge and skills.
Category: Education

Film And Television In Education

Author : Robert Watson
ISBN : 9781135387402
Genre : Education
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First published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Education

A Is For Aesthetic

Author : Peter Abbs
ISBN : 1850004250
Genre : Art
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Category: Art

Music Education In Theory And Practice

Author : Charles Plummeridge
ISBN : 1850007667
Genre : Music
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This work suggests methods and procedures in the teaching of music for children and young people. It presents the music curriculum as a range of meaningful and ordered experiences concerned with the promotion of an understanding of music's traditions and evolution.
Category: Music

Drama Disability And Education

Author : Andy Kempe
ISBN : 9780415675031
Genre : Education
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Explores and analyses the way disability is portrayed in drama, and how that portrayal may be interpreted by young audiences. Investigating how disabilities have been represented on stage in the past, this book discusses what may be inferred from plays which feature disabled characters through a variety of critical approaches.
Category: Education