Drama - Choosing an approach

Primary History article

By Ray Verrier, published 30th March 2008

Please note: this article pre-dates the 2014 National Curriculum and some content may be outdated.

There is a range of drama strategies that we use all the time. The important point is to select a strategy with which you feel confident. For example, the collective making of a map by the teacher and class provides a ‘safe' way of edging into drama work.

a Teacher in role. It should be understood that this is not about the teacher turning into an actor! It simply requires the teacher to take on the point of view of someone else. The power of teacher in role lies in:

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