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Drama Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 0545779960
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Drama by , Summary

From Raina Telgemeier, the #1 New York Times bestselling, multiple Eisner Award-winning author of Smile and Sisters! Callie loves theater. And while she would totally try out for her middle school's production of Moon over Mississippi, she can't really sing. Instead she's the set designer for the drama department's stage crew, and this year she's determined to create a set worthy of Broadway on a middle-school budget. But how can she, when she doesn't know much about carpentry, ticket sales are down, and the crew members are having trouble working together? Not to mention the onstage AND offstage drama that occurs once the actors are chosen. And when two cute brothers enter the picture, things get even crazier!

The Drama Book

The Drama Book Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Alice Savage
Editor: Alphabet Publishing
ISBN: 1948492458
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The Drama Book by Alice Savage Summary

Everything you need to get dramatic in the classroom This easy-to-use, comprehensive teacher-resource book has lesson plans and practical activities that integrate theater into language learning. Plus ten original scripts so you can put the activities into action immediately! Drama and play scripts can be used to teach pronunciation, pragmatics, and other communication skills, as well as provide grammar and vocabulary practice! Conveniently organized into two parts, Part 1 includes pragmatics mini-lessons, community builders, drama games, and pronunciation activities. There are also lesson plans for producing a play (either fully-staged or as Reader's Theater), as well as guidelines and activities for writing plays to use with (or without students,) and suggestions for integrating academic content. You’ll even find rubrics and evaluation schemes for giving notes and feedback. Part 2 includes 10 original monologues and scripts of varying lengths that can be photocopied and used in the classroom. Specifically designed to feature everyday language and high frequency social interactions, these scenes and sketches follow engaging plot arcs in which characters face obstacles and strive to achieve objectives. With a foreword by Ken Wilson, this book is a must-have for anyone interested in using the performing arts to help students become more confident and fluent speakers.

The Really Useful Drama Book

The Really Useful Drama Book Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Roger McDonald
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317288033
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The Really Useful Drama Book by Roger McDonald Summary

The Really Useful Drama Book offers busy primary school teachers a collection of step-by-step drama sessions, inspired by high-quality picturebooks, that will engage children and promote enjoyable learning across the curriculum. Lively and thoughtful, the interactive drama sessions are structured around a wide range of texts, including wordless picturebooks, postmodern picturebooks, short stories, well-known texts by recognisable authors and some you may not have come across before, all chosen for their power to foster curiosity. The step-by-step sessions can also be adapted to incorporate your own ideas and passions, allowing you to structure them for the topics you’re exploring with your class. Each session is structured around two texts and offers a guide to the drama strategies used, teaching objectives, ideas for writing opportunities, problems, emotions and challenges to explore, and a clear guide to exploring each text. Ten key themes are explored: Suspense Prejudice Friendship Rhyme and rhythm War and conflict Nature Overcoming fear Possessions and obsessions Dreams Short stories With a focus on the crucial role of imagination in the classroom, The Really Useful Drama Book helps reclaim a purposeful, passionate pedagogy and shows teachers how drama can place children right at the heart of a story, encouraging their desire to ask questions, solve problems and search out new information.

Applied Drama

Applied Drama Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Monica Prendergast,Juliana Saxton
Editor: Intellect Books
ISBN: 1841507407
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Applied Drama by Monica Prendergast,Juliana Saxton Summary

Applied drama is pedagogical practice and this book is written by authors with a great depth of experience in teaching and learning. Both authors write for teachers, such that the writing is accessible and can be translated immediately into action. Both authors have theatre backgrounds that allow them to move easily from theatre-based to community-based practice. "Applied Drama", a companion to Intellect's award-winning "Applied Theatre", fulfills the need for an introductory handbook for facilitators and teaching artists working with the dramatic process in diverse community settings. The authors distill the best practices to transfer into the settings within which these applied drama projects occur. Crafted for use in schools, classrooms, community groups, healthcare organizations, and all manner of social institutions, this book aids practitioners in developing and honing the skills needed to serve these communities.

Drama Therapy and Storymaking in Special Education

Drama Therapy and Storymaking in Special Education Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paula Crimmens
Editor: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9781846424861
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Drama Therapy and Storymaking in Special Education by Paula Crimmens Summary

Many aspects of drama therapy make it an ideal technique to use with students with special learning needs. This practical resource book for professionals covers the broad spectrum of students attending special needs schools, including those with attention deficit disorder, autism and Asperger syndrome, and students with multiple disabilities. Paula Crimmens places therapeutic storymaking within the context of drama therapy and offers practical advice on how to structure and set up sessions to be compatible with special needs learning environments. She shows how story sessions can address issues of self-esteem and self-mastery, and how their use in groups is invaluable for building social and communication skills. The book includes traditional stories from around the world as session material, and includes guidance on how to devise stories relevant to older students, as well as a review of recent research into the effectiveness of drama therapy in engaging and retaining the attention of students with an intellectual disability.

Drama Play

Drama Play Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kay Hiatt
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136788972
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Drama Play by Kay Hiatt Summary

Looking for effective ways to implement the curriculum creatively. Helping you to plan and deliver drama as a key tool for improving literacy, this book is packed with "read it and run with it" activities. These show how to use stories in combination with basic drama techniques to raise standards in reading, writing, speaking and listening. Illustrated in colour, it: exploits children's love of good stories and role-play in order to make learning fun; provides clear and easy-to-use activities that will enhance understanding of basic drama techniques for teachers and children; includes a checklist to help senior managers assess the whole-school impact of these activities; and offers templates for easy planning. Fun and accessible, this book is essential for teachers and support staff in foundation settings and key stage one classrooms. It shows you how to incorporate key texts into your teaching in a creative and enjoyable way.

Drama & the Dramatic

Drama & the Dramatic Pdf/ePub eBook Author: S. W. Dawson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1315388685
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Drama & the Dramatic by S. W. Dawson Summary

First published in 1970, this book explores drama as literature and provides critical overviews of different aspects of drama and the dramatic. It first asks what a play is, before going on to examine dramatic language, action and tension, dramatic irony, characters and drama’s relationship with modern criticism and the novel. This book will be a valuable resource to those studying drama and English literature.

American ‘Unculture’ in French Drama

American ‘Unculture’ in French Drama Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Les Essif
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137299037
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American ‘Unculture’ in French Drama by Les Essif Summary

A book about the role America plays in the French imagination, as it translates to the French stage. Informed by a rich variety of Western cultural scholarship, Essif examines two dozen post-1960 works representing some of the most innovative dramaturgy of the last half century, including works by Gatti, Obaldia, Cixous, Koltes, and Vinaver.

The Drama, Theatre and Performance Companion

The Drama, Theatre and Performance Companion Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michael Mangan
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137015527
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The Drama, Theatre and Performance Companion by Michael Mangan Summary

Offering essential guidance to students throughout their undergraduate studies, this companion explores the development of a discipline that is still in flux, offers practical advice about how to study it and where this study might lead, and provides a useful reference resource on key practitioners, debates, performances and terms.

Geoparsing Early Modern English Drama

Geoparsing Early Modern English Drama Pdf/ePub eBook Author: M. Matei-Chesnoiu
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137469412
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Geoparsing Early Modern English Drama by M. Matei-Chesnoiu Summary

Geo-spatial identity and early Modern European drama come together in this study of how cultural or political attachments are actively mediated through space. Matei-Chesnoiu traces the modulated representations of rivers, seas, mountains, and islands in sixteenth-century plays by Shakespeare, Jasper Fisher, Thomas May, and others.


K-Drama Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Korean Culture and Information Service South Korea
Editor: 길잡이미디어
ISBN: 8973751670
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K-Drama by Korean Culture and Information Service South Korea Summary

This book, the third volume in the K-Culture series intended to promote contemporary Korean culture overseas, introduces foreign audiences to Korean dramas. K-Drama and Hallyu K-Drama: The Beginning of Hallyu K-Drama Reaches into Asia and Beyond Why K-Drama? The Appeal of K-Drama Foreign Media Respond to K-Drama History of K-Drama 1960s: The Age of Enlightenment 1970s: Entering the Era of True Entertainment 1980s: Portraits of a Modern Korea 1990s: More Ideas, Better Results 2000s to the Present: K-Drama Goes Global Top K-Dramas and Stars Top 10 K-Dramas Top K-Drama Stars From Little Acorns

The Aesthetics of Spectacle in Early Modern Drama and Modern Cinema

The Aesthetics of Spectacle in Early Modern Drama and Modern Cinema Pdf/ePub eBook Author: J. Sager
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137332409
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The Aesthetics of Spectacle in Early Modern Drama and Modern Cinema by J. Sager Summary

Examining the work of the Elizabethan playwright, Robert Greene, this book argues that Greene's plays are innovative in their use of spectacle. Its most striking feature is the use of the one-to-one analogies between Greene's drama and modern cinema, in order to explore the plays' stage effects.

Re-imagining Western European Geography in English Renaissance Drama

Re-imagining Western European Geography in English Renaissance Drama Pdf/ePub eBook Author: M. Matei-Chesnoiu
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137029331
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Re-imagining Western European Geography in English Renaissance Drama by M. Matei-Chesnoiu Summary

Matei-Chesnoiu examines the changing understanding of world geography in sixteenth-century England and the concomitant involvement of the London theatre in shaping a new perception of Western European space. Fresh readings are offered of Shakespeare, Jonson, Marlowe, Middleton, Dekker, Massinger, Marston, and others.

The Drama of the Commons

The Drama of the Commons Pdf/ePub eBook Author: National Research Council,Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education,Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change
Editor: National Academies Press
ISBN: 9780309169981
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The Drama of the Commons by National Research Council,Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education,Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change Summary

The "tragedy of the commons" is a central concept in human ecology and the study of the environment. It has had tremendous value for stimulating research, but it only describes the reality of human-environment interactions in special situations. Research over the past thirty years has helped clarify how human motivations, rules governing access to resources, the structure of social organizations, and the resource systems themselves interact to determine whether or not the many dramas of the commons end happily. In this book, leaders in the field review the evidence from several disciplines and many lines of research and present a state-of-the-art assessment. They summarize lessons learned and identify the major challenges facing any system of governance for resource management. They also highlight the major challenges for the next decade: making knowledge development more systematic; understanding institutions dynamically; considering a broader range of resources (such as global and technological commons); and taking into account the effects of social and historical context. This book will be a valuable and accessible introduction to the field for students and a resource for advanced researchers.

Drop the Drama!

Drop the Drama! Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Guerin Moorman
Editor: BalboaPress
ISBN: 1452574634
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Drop the Drama! by Guerin Moorman Summary

We all experience drama in one form or another. Whether it’s relational conflicts, financial stress, addiction, anger, overeating, or any number of problems; drama is not something that happens to us, but something that happens within us. In whatever form we experience it, drama is ultimately the internal dialogue of wrestling against ‘what is’. Drop the Drama! From Drama Addiction to Simply Inspired Living asserts that we become drama addicts, emotionally reacting to life, recreating life stories based on a limited understanding of who we really are. In an approach that transcends all spiritual paths, Drop the Drama! takes an alternative view of the ancient story of Adam and Eve challenging our traditional ways of viewing God, self, the nature of reality, and ultimately revealing a new way of Simply Inspired Living for all humanity. Explore the root cause of suffering; The Drama Mind. Expose the symptoms of the Drama Mind and how it cloaks itself from our awareness. Drop the cycles of Shame, Blame, and The Drama Game. Discover ‘The Quest’, questions found in the story of Adam and Eve leading us out of drama and back to Simply Inspired Living. Drop the Drama! is not about providing more factual knowledge for the mind, or getting motivated to achieve certain results in life. It is about uncovering the stories we create, the discovery of who we really are, and unleashing a life that is simply inspiring. Are you ready to Drop the Drama?

The Function of Song in Contemporary British Drama

The Function of Song in Contemporary British Drama Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Elizabeth Hale Winkler
Editor: University of Delaware Press
ISBN: 9780874133585
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The Function of Song in Contemporary British Drama by Elizabeth Hale Winkler Summary

This comprehensive study formulates an original theory that dramatic song must be perceived as a separate genre situated between poetry, music, and theater. It focuses on John Arden, Margaretta D'Arcy, Edward Bond, Peter Barnes, John Osborne, Peter Nichols, Harold Pinter, Tom Stoppard, Peter Shaffer, and John McGrath.

Teaching Drama in Primary and Secondary Schools

Teaching Drama in Primary and Secondary Schools Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michael Fleming
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134121547
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Teaching Drama in Primary and Secondary Schools by Michael Fleming Summary

This book will be of major interest to student teachers, teachers, lecturers and researchers. It provides a case for an integrated approach to the teaching of drama in primary and secondary schools that will help practitioners develop a theoretical rationale for their work. It also offers practical examples of lesson plans and schemes of work designed to give pupils a broad and balanced experience of drama. These are presented within a framework that argues for an integration of content and form, means and ends, and internal and external experience. Whereas the author's previous work argued for an inclusive approach that reconciled polarized views about performance drama and improvisation, this book shows how those activities can be related to each other in practice in an integrated curriculum.

Applied Drama

Applied Drama Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Helen Nicholson
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137111291
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Applied Drama by Helen Nicholson Summary

Applied Drama offers an insight into theatre-making that takes place in communities across the world. It considers the role of artists who work in challenging settings, including prisons, schools, hostels for the homeless, care homes for the elderly and on the street. In this updated second edition, Helen Nicholson provides vivid new examples of practice, and addresses twenty-first century concerns about the environments in which applied theatre takes place. Ideal for students and practitioners, this lively study poses critical questions about the aesthetics and ethics of applied theatre. It invites debate about the social role of theatre, and explores how interventionist theatre might maintain its radicalism in an increasingly globalized world.

Tonality as Drama

Tonality as Drama Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Edward David Latham
Editor: University of North Texas Press
ISBN: 1574412493
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Tonality as Drama by Edward David Latham Summary

Drawing on the fields of dramaturgy, music theory, and historical musicology, this book answers a question about twentieth-century music: Why does tonality persist in opera, even after it has been abandoned in other genres?

The Circulation of Power in Medieval Biblical Drama

The Circulation of Power in Medieval Biblical Drama Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert S. Sturges
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137073446
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The Circulation of Power in Medieval Biblical Drama by Robert S. Sturges Summary

A literary reading informed by the recent temporal turn in Queer Theory, this book analyzes medieval Biblical drama for themes representing modes of power such as the body, politics, and law. Revitalizing the discussions on medieval drama, Sturges asserts that these dramas were often intended not to teach morality but to resist Christian authority.