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Gavin Bolton's contextual drama. The road less travelled.

Author: Burke.
Publisher: Bristol : Intellect Ltd 2013.
Series: Theatre in education series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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This book is the result of more than two decades of study of Bolton's theory and practice. For teachers and those in the caring professions, it will clarify the power of contextual drama as a beneficial learning medium for children and adults, both within and beyond the classroom. The core of the book is a detailed analysis of nine examples of the contextual drama mode; the first five demonstrate and analyze  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Burke.
ISBN: 9781783200030 1783200030
OCLC Number: 849907541
Description: 350 pages.
Contents: Introduction - Gavin Bolton's Improvised Drama in Schools: A History of ConfusionChapter 1: What Exactly is Contextual Drama? Chapter 2: Why Should I Use Contextual Drama? Chapter 3: How to Use Contextual Drama: The Ins & Outs Chapter 4: Case Studies Part I: Bolton in the 1980s Case Study 1: Theresa Case Study 2: Violence Case Study 3: The Haunted House - The Gatekeeper and The KeyCase Study 4: Drunken Robbers - Orpheus Case Study 5: The Crucible Part II: Bolton in the 1990s Case Study 6: The Sleeping Beauty Case Study 7: The Green-Poolers - VictimizationCase Study 8: The Sacred Mountain Case Study 9: Maria: A Drama of OppressionChapter 5: The Importance of Reflection & Assessment Chapter 6: Try, Try and Try Again: Stepping Out with Annie Appendix A: Gavin Bolton's Writings Appendix B: Gavin Bolton's Travels & Awards
Series Title: Theatre in education series.
Responsibility: Margaret R. Burke.

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Suitable for teachers and those in the caring professions, this title intends to clarify the power of contextual drama as a beneficial learning medium for children and adults, both within and beyond  Read more...

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