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Pretending to learn : helping children learn through drama / John O'Toole, Julie Dunn
Bib ID 684913
Format BookBook
Author
O'Toole, John, 1941-
 
Description Frenchs Forest, N.S.W. : Pearson Education, c2002 
xii, 177 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0733999530 (paperback)
Summary

Provides the reader with ownership, confidence and the skills to teach drama. Organised in 3 sections, this volume gives a rationale for drama and drama teaching in the primary classroom; gives eight exemplars of extended drama work; and provides a comprehensive guide and glossary to the techniques and terms used in the book.

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Bibliography.

Subjects Drama in education.  |  Drama -- Study and teaching.
Other authors/contributors Dunn, Julie, 1959-

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