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Drama TechniquesfortheClassroom<br />Jorge Comte G.<br />jorgecomtegodoy@gmail.com<br />http://www.teachingnewbies.com/<br...
Role Play<br />Radio Drama<br />DRAMA<br />Miming<br />Improv<br />Puppets<br />Photo-novella<br />Invisible<br />Forum<br />
“They are activities [. . .] based on techniques used by actors [through which] students are given opportunities to use th...
Keep in mind:<br />Aim: Reasonsfordoingtheactivity<br />Focus: Linguisticobjectives<br />Level: Studentsforwhomtheactiviti...
Think of:<br />Follow-on: Extension of the activity (homework, discussion, etc)<br />Variation: Different ways of doing it...
Students perform an invented situation.<br />Have you used it?<br />If you have, has it worked?<br />Role Play<br />
Howwouldyouassess role play?Checktherubricattached<br />
At a restaurant<br />Interview with a star<br />On a plane<br />Role playactivity<br />
Represent situation and express actions and emotions through movement only; no words, no sounds.<br />Why is miming helpfu...
Have you used puppets? How?<br />Types of puppets:<br />String puppets<br />Hand puppets<br />Finger puppets<br />Tube pup...
In groups, create paper puppets and tell one of these stories, role playing with puppets:<br />The Three Little Pigs<br />...
Situations performed with the purpose of discussing issues that are relevant for the group. The scenes can be modified by ...
A story told only through images with no movement or words.<br />Photo-novella<br />
TeacheronMonday<br />
TeacheronWednesday<br />
Teacheron Friday<br />
TeacheronSaturdayNight<br />
TeacheronMondayAgain!<br />
Improvisation of language.<br />Improv<br />
A story told only with words and sound effects, with no visual support.<br />Radio Drama<br />
http://www.teachingnewbies.com/<br />Duff,  Alan and Alan Maley. Drama Techniques. Third edition.  Cambridge University Pr...
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Presentation I used for the third class of the course "Drama for Teaching Purposes", part of the post degree diploma in English offered by MINEDUC in association with UNAB.
Santiago-Rancagua, Chile, January, 2010

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  1. 1. Drama TechniquesfortheClassroom<br />Jorge Comte G.<br />jorgecomtegodoy@gmail.com<br />http://www.teachingnewbies.com/<br />Class 3<br />
  2. 2. Role Play<br />Radio Drama<br />DRAMA<br />Miming<br />Improv<br />Puppets<br />Photo-novella<br />Invisible<br />Forum<br />
  3. 3. “They are activities [. . .] based on techniques used by actors [through which] students are given opportunities to use their own personality in creating the material on which part of the language class is based”<br /> (Maley and Duff 2)<br />What are drama techniques?<br />
  4. 4. Keep in mind:<br />Aim: Reasonsfordoingtheactivity<br />Focus: Linguisticobjectives<br />Level: Studentsforwhomtheactivitiesweredesigned<br />Time: Howlongtheactivitywilltake<br />Preparation: Everythingyouneedfortheactivity<br />Procedure: Instructions<br />Whenusing a drama technique. . .<br />
  5. 5. Think of:<br />Follow-on: Extension of the activity (homework, discussion, etc)<br />Variation: Different ways of doing it, depending of level, experience, etc.<br />Notes: Write a brief report about the results, including good and bad aspects<br />Afterusing a drama technique. . .<br />
  6. 6. Students perform an invented situation.<br />Have you used it?<br />If you have, has it worked?<br />Role Play<br />
  7. 7. Howwouldyouassess role play?Checktherubricattached<br />
  8. 8. At a restaurant<br />Interview with a star<br />On a plane<br />Role playactivity<br />
  9. 9. Represent situation and express actions and emotions through movement only; no words, no sounds.<br />Why is miming helpful?<br />How can we use it in class?<br />Miming<br />
  10. 10. Have you used puppets? How?<br />Types of puppets:<br />String puppets<br />Hand puppets<br />Finger puppets<br />Tube puppets<br />Paper puppets<br />Rugged dolls<br />Puppets<br />
  11. 11. In groups, create paper puppets and tell one of these stories, role playing with puppets:<br />The Three Little Pigs<br />Little Red Riding Hood<br />Goldilocks and the Three Bears<br />PuppetActivity<br />
  12. 12. Situations performed with the purpose of discussing issues that are relevant for the group. The scenes can be modified by the audience.<br />What type of students can we use it with?<br />ForumTheatre<br />
  13. 13. A story told only through images with no movement or words.<br />Photo-novella<br />
  14. 14. TeacheronMonday<br />
  15. 15. TeacheronWednesday<br />
  16. 16. Teacheron Friday<br />
  17. 17. TeacheronSaturdayNight<br />
  18. 18. TeacheronMondayAgain!<br />
  19. 19. Improvisation of language.<br />Improv<br />
  20. 20. A story told only with words and sound effects, with no visual support.<br />Radio Drama<br />
  21. 21. http://www.teachingnewbies.com/<br />Duff, Alan and Alan Maley. Drama Techniques. Third edition. Cambridge University Press. UK, 2005.<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vx-ID09YKSM<br />Sources<br />
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