Drama 9-11 - Molly Potter (Paperback)

Engaging Activities to Get Your Class into Drama!

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With the renewed emphasis in the Primary Framework on Speaking and Listening, Molly's book on Drama provides a refreshing approach to drama teaching. The activities would be excellent as 'ice-breakers' or for 'getting to know you' sessions for adults and children both in school and during out of school drama clubs.

Product Details

Barcode
9781408110867
Department
Books
Released
15 Sep 2009
Supply Source
UK

Book

Author
Molly Potter
Subtitle
Engaging Activities to Get Your Class into Drama!
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Series
Inspirational Ideas
Language
English
Number of Pages
64
Dimensions
294 x 210 x 5mm (220g)

Summary

This book provides innovative prompts that can be used to help pupils develop their imagination and creativity through drama. The activities are fun and engaging and will help pupils to develop confidence with listening and speaking as well as performance. This ties in well with the renewed emphasis in the Primary Framework on developing speaking and listening skills. Many of the activities are stand alone and can be used for 'one-off' sessions or as part of a planned drama and/or speaking and listening programme. They are excellent an 'ice-breakers' or for 'getting to know you' sessions for adults and children both in school and during out of school drama clubs.

Non-Fiction

General Subject
Education
BISAC Subject 1
Education / Elementary
BIC Classification 1
Primary & middle schools
BIC Classification 2
Teaching of a specific subject
BIC Classification 3
Drama & performing (Children's / Teenage)
BIC Classification 4
Educational material
Dewey Classification
372.660440941
Readership
Professional & Vocational

Author Bio

Molly Potter has taught for 11 years in Middle Schools as a class teacher and Science co-ordinator. She now works as a SRE (Sex and Relationships Education) development worker supporting primary schools in the implementation of their SRD programme and policy. She has produced a variety of PSHE related resources for use in primary classrooms. She thoroughly enjoys writing teacher materials and prides herself on being able to spice up any learning objective however boring it might appear at first!