Drama in the primary school

10th November 2000 at 00:00
This site addresses changes taking place as drama is hailed as a valuable teaching and learning method in primary schools. There are practical suggestions for structuring work around what is already taking place in the curriculum: rhymes, song, games, play, role-play, mime and movement activities. Drama is seen as a way of enhancing language skills, socialisation and teaching children how to listen and respond.


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