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Using Drama in the classroom
A powerful teaching tool
(Innovation and research 2012)
Teacher. Inma Garín
Introduction
• It captures the attention
of the students
• Drama activities would
sometimes have
surprising and
unexpected...
Some thoughts
• Drama provides an excellent platform for
exploring theoretical and practical aspects of
the English langua...
Advantages in Language Learning
• The language can be used in context and makes it
come to life.
• Drama has the potential...
Benefits
• The acquisition of meaningful, fluent interaction
in the target language;
• The assimilation of a whole range o...
Added value
• T-ss roles.
• Imagination.
• Critical thinking.
• Cooperation skills: It teaches cooperation, empathy for
ot...
References
• Chris Boudreault, (Lac La Biche, Canada): The
Benefits of Using Drama in the ESL/EFL
Classroom. Internet TESL...
Other: Tomás Motos
• http://es-es.facebook.com/pages/Tom%C3%A1s-
Motos-Teruel/189928750690
• http://ca.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
Summing up
• Drama develops communication skills, encourages
leadership, team work, compromise, authentic
listening skills...
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Using drama in the classroom

  1. 1. Using Drama in the classroom A powerful teaching tool (Innovation and research 2012) Teacher. Inma Garín
  2. 2. Introduction • It captures the attention of the students • Drama activities would sometimes have surprising and unexpected results. • We cannot only teach grammar and phonetics with drama but also it has the power to transform the actors as well as the audience. • The artificial world of the classroom can be transformed into a quasi- real language situation and provides an endless amount of opportunities for student’s personal growth.
  3. 3. Some thoughts • Drama provides an excellent platform for exploring theoretical and practical aspects of the English language . • The improvisation aspect of drama gives students opportunities for developing their communicative skills in authentic and dynamic situations. • We ca use English with our students in intriguing and useful ways.
  4. 4. Advantages in Language Learning • The language can be used in context and makes it come to life. • Drama has the potential of making the learning experience fun for the students and even memorable because it is interactive and visual. • The personal nature of improvisation provides many outlets for self-expression. We even hear that children need to play as an important developmental process.
  5. 5. Benefits • The acquisition of meaningful, fluent interaction in the target language; • The assimilation of a whole range of pronunciation and prosodic features in a fully contextualized and interactional manner; • The fully contextualized acquisition of new vocabulary and structure; • An improved sense of confidence in the student in his or her ability to learn the target language.”
  6. 6. Added value • T-ss roles. • Imagination. • Critical thinking. • Cooperation skills: It teaches cooperation, empathy for others, decision making skills and encourages an exchange of knowledge between the students. • Social awareness and understanding . • Healthy release of emotion in a safe setting which can relieve the tension of learning in a second language. • Self-acceptance and acceptance of others can be encouraged .
  7. 7. References • Chris Boudreault, (Lac La Biche, Canada): The Benefits of Using Drama in the ESL/EFL Classroom. Internet TESL Journal, Vol. XVI, No. 1, January 2010 http://iteslj.org/ http://iteslj.org/Articles/Boudreault-Drama.html . • Maley, Alan and Alan Duff. Drama techniques in Language Learning. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. 1982. • Johnstone, Keith (1999), Impro for Storytellers. Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, NewYork .
  8. 8. Other: Tomás Motos • http://es-es.facebook.com/pages/Tom%C3%A1s- Motos-Teruel/189928750690 • http://ca.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom%C3%A1s_Motos • http://www.slideshare.net/avecteatre/teatro- secundaria-retos-tomas-motos-presentation • http://www.neuronilla.com/documentate/articulos/19 -creatividad-educacion-e-infancia/156-desarrollo-de-la- expresion-para-ser-y-hacer-creativos-i-tomas-motos • http://www.iacat.com/Cre@fondo/escenariosCurriculo .htm
  9. 9. Summing up • Drama develops communication skills, encourages leadership, team work, compromise, authentic listening skills and practice with real life savoir-faire. • Drama promotes the exchange of knowledge, builds confidence and self-esteem, refines presentation skills, encourages self-acceptance and acceptance of others, features of empowerment, pride in work, responsibility, problem solving, management and organizational skills, begets creativity and imagination.

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