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Form 2 - Drama - Rumpelstilskin

Form 2 - Drama - Rumpelstilskin

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Published by Jennifer Henderson

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Published by: Jennifer Henderson on Mar 12, 2014
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Table of Contents
IntroductionSynopsisElementsActivitiesAssessmentAnswer KeyGlossaryPanel of wr iters
Dear Teachers,
This guidebook aims to show how drama can be taught in English language classrooms. It reminds us of the enormous potential drama has as a learning tool for our students. Drama helps students to explore the human condition and stimulate a better understanding of themselves and the world around them.The guidebook contains some suggestions on activities for the teaching of English through drama. It also contains some relevant and basic information on ‘Rumpelstiltskin’ as well as handouts or task sheets for bus teachers. !e have divided this guidebook into four parts"
Part 1 : arm!up activitiesPart ": Pre!production sta#ePart $: Production sta#ePart % : &eyond t'e te(t activitiesPart ):Assessment
!e hope that teachers find this arrangement friendl and useful. #ou are most welcome to adopt and adapt them to get other ideas to suit our teaching environment and our students. !hat matters is that ou are able to bring $o and fun to the learning experience.
- Panel of Writers for Teacher s Guidebook: “Rumpelstiltskin”
Curriculum *evelopment *ivision+ ,inistry of Education ,alaysia+ "-1-
'at is drama.
Drama is a general term for performances where actors usuall work together to represent stories b impersonating the actions and speech of imaginar characters %humans or non&human entities'. It is usuall performed on stage for the entertainment of the audience.
'y *rama.
Drama is a
social art 
 where no one person can produce a drama b himself. The words of the text are not the drama. The stage where it will eventuall be produced is also not the drama. ( drama is a collective effort and product of man relationships" writers) director) actors) a group of people who design and build the stage) props) costumes etc. Through drama) children %or even adults' get an opportunit to seek knowledge) to create presentations) to be someone or something) to explore situations and to work and learn together with friends and strangers.
Drama is an encompassing learning medium, emerging from the spontaneous play of young children and utilizing the art of theatre to build and enhance the participants artistic sensitivity, awareness of self, others and the world… Patricia Pinciotti 

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