lesson 9 (Teaching with dramatized experiences )


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lesson 9 (Teaching with dramatized experiences )

  2. 2. A dramatization is the acting out of something. You see these a lot in documentaries on TV–– there will be a dramatization of the JFK assassination, using actors to show what happened on that fateful day. Dramatization is a great way to cement learning. If you make a skit in your class showing how photosynthesis works, you are much more likely to remember it. Think Magic School Bus.Dramatization can also mean turning a novel into a movie or a play. (https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/dramatiza tion)
  3. 3. come next to contrived experiences in the CONE. Dramatic experiences requires a dramatic entrance in entering the classroom and in lesson presentation. A dramatic entrance is something that catches and holds attention and has an emotional impact. Something dramatic is something that is stirring or affecting or moving. If our teaching is dramatic, students may get attracted, interested and affected and may leave an impact on them. Dramatized experiences
  4. 4. Dramatized experiences can range from the formal plays, pageants to less formal tableau, pantomime, puppets and role playing. Plays - Depict life, character, or culture or a combination of all three. They offer excellent opportunities to poverty vividly important ideas about life. Pageants - Usually community dramas that are based on local history, presented by local actors. An example is a historical pageant that traces the growth of a school. Pantomime - of conveying a story through bodily movements only. Its effects on the audience depends on the movements of the actors.  Tableau - a French word which means picture). A picture like scene composed of people against a background. Often used to celebrate Independence Day, Christmas, and United Nations Day.
  5. 5. Puppet A puppet is an inanimate object or representational figure animated or manipulated by a puppeteer. It is used in puppetry, which is a very ancient form of theatre. A Kathputli show in Mandawa,Rajasthan, India There are many different varieties of puppets, and they are made of a wide range of materials, depending on their form and intended use. They can be extremely complex or very simple in their construction.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puppe t)
  6. 6. Types of Puppets  Shadow Puppet -flat black silhouette made from lightweight cardboard and shown behind a screen.  Rod Puppet -flat cut out figures tacked to a stick, with one or more movable parts, and operated from below the stage level by wire rods or slender sticks.  Hand Puppet -the puppet’s head is operated by the forefinger of the puppeteer, the little finger and thumb being used to animate the puppet.  Glove and Finger Puppet -make use of
  7. 7. Making Puppet Theaters • How to Make a Puppet Theater from a Box 1.Get a big cardboard box (appliance boxes work best)and stand it on end. It should be able to stand by itself. Or you can use the bottom of a TV box as the bottom of the puppet theater in to to make it more secure. The children will stand on the lid of the box when they use it. 2. Cut a rectangle at the top of the bottom part of the box. 3. You can hot glue a material to look like a curtain to the top of the cut out window. I used oil cloth and gathered it a little (about every inch) to look like a valance. 4. Now the fun part: decorate the box! Paint the front and sides a light tan. Then sponge paint it, so it looks like bricks. Paint a vine going up the side and hot glue silk flowers to it. Paint grass and hot glue flowers around the bottom of the theater as well. You could decorate the theater to go with whatever theme you have in your room. A barn if you have a western theme, a boat if you have a nautical theme. The ideas are endless and fun. Children love to play in it. Even big kids, so retelling with this theater will spark their interest (http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Puppet-Theater-from-a-Box)
  8. 8. Role – Playing Role-playing refers to the changing of one's behaviour to assume a role, either unconsciously to fill a social role, or consciously to act out an adopted role. While the Oxford English Dictionaryoffers a definition of role-playing as "the changing of one's behaviour to fulfill a social role",[1] in the field of psychology, the term is used more loosely in four senses:  To refer to the playing of roles generally such as in a theatre, or educational setting;  To refer to taking a role of an existing character or person and acting it out with a partner taking someone else's role, often involving different genres of practice;  To refer to a wide range of games including role-playing video game, play-by-mail games and more;  To refer specifically to role-playing games. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Role-playing)
  9. 9. Role - Playing can be done by describing a situation which would create different viewpoints on an issue and then asking the students to play the roles of the individuals involved. Postscript-Dramatic Experiences for MIDramatic experiences cater to students’ multiple intelligences. Plays, pageants, pantomimes, tableaus, puppets and role playing are obviously most fir for kinesthetically intelligent. When pantomimes tableaus and puppets are accompanied by music, musical intelligence is work.
  10. 10. In teaching and learning process, these dramatic experiences, most especially role-playing, are most effective and enjoyable part with lessons in the affective domain.
  11. 11. Submitted by: Jessa Bawisan BEED II – A Submitted to: Prof. Mary Gene Panes