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Using Drama to Teach Personal, Social and Emotional Skills

by Jacqui O'Hanlon and Angie Boulton Lucky Duck Publishing
Pub Date:
10/2007
ISBN:
9781412918213
Format:
Pbk 176 pages
Price:
AU$89.00 NZ$92.17
Product Status: Available in Approx 14 days
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Originally developed for deaf children, this innovative and successful drama programme addressing personal, social and emotional needs can benefit all children in primary schools. The interactive and lively ideas cover a variety of themes from empathy to assertiveness.
Bringing together the expertise of a drama teacher and the skills of a teacher of the deaf, the book provides an unconventional way of exploring human concerns.

Acknowledgements Introduction I can express how I feel I know how you feel I can make friends I can keep friends I m happy being me I can express what I need Compendium of games Assessment and evaluation

Jacqui O'Hanlon is the RSC's Director of Education.She's a theatre education practitioner and writer. She joined the RSC in 2003 and currently leads a team of 15 people in her role as Director of Education. She's responsible for the strategic direction and management of the Education Department.In 2008 she led the RSC's national campaign, Stand up for Shakespeare, a manifesto for Shakespeare in schools. The manifesto's aim is to ensure that more children and young people have access to high quality experiences of Shakespeare and 15,000 supporting signatures were obtained during the year-long campaign.Previously a freelance theatre educator and actor she believes passionately in the role that Shakespeare and drama approaches can play in education. In 2008 she led the RSCas national campaign, Stand Up for Shakespeare, a manifesto for Shakespeare in schools. The manifestoas aim is to ensure that more children and young people have access to high quality experiences of Shakespeare and 15,000 supporting signatures were obtained during the year long campaign.