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21st November 2003 at 00:00
The livingnewspaper, a new project from Camp;T (Computers amp; Theatre) for KS34 students, mixes drama, learning and ICT. Students can access videos, sounds and images for research, discuss news stories and present their work online. The project uses the documentary drama format of Living Newspapers in which actors took news stories and turned them into plays. Each school's subscription includes a training workshop.

Tel: Laura Turvey, 01905 855436 Email: laura.turvey@candt.org

www.thelivingnewspaper.net www.thelivingnewspaper.com

www.candt.org

At the Theatre Domain website, AS and A-level students and their teachers can share and help each other with their records of work in progress and final performances.

www.theatredomain.com

The latest edition of Drama in Schools, published by Arts Council England, provides guidance on drama provision in schools, good practice and summaries of key initiatives. pound;12 from Marston Book Services, pound;8 for orders of 20 or more or download from the website.Tel: 01235 465500Email: direct.orders@marston.co.ukwww.artscouncil.org.ukdocumentspublications552. df

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