drama dissemination2 by RKp3Ys


									Primary Schools English Development
    (PSED) Pilot Project’s Work

    Staff Development

    Drama Dissemination
    4 th & 6th June, 2001
1. Introduction
2. Rationale
3. Ways of teaching English Through Drama
  a) Documentary Video
   b) Template
4. Practical Session 1
- How To Produce A Play In The Classroom
5. Practical Session 2
- Rehearsing The Play
( Accident In The Park – Scene 5)
6. Q & A
     Drama Workshop
          Dr. Vicki Ooi

Alan Graves     Dickson Cheung
Elaine Lee      Erica Leung
Grace Kwok      Jane Clarke
Ken Hudson      Phyeon Ma
Serene Fung     Shirley Lam
Wendy Gin
Ways Of Teaching English
    Through Drama
Preparation of the template

1. Characters
2. Language focus
3. Situational Context
4. Theme
5. Storyline
6. Template
New Welcome To English
  3B Unit 9 (Longman)




                       Mr. Sze
          Language Focus

Present     Past   Present Continuous
run          ran        is running
go          went        is going
     Situational Context

Park - All children are playing there.
 Mr. Sze is watching John. Tom is
            with his dog.
An accident in the park

Before each scene a brief
 introduction is given to
  explain the situation.

Italics = Stage direction
Underlined = Students’ comment/remark
             Script for teacher/student
Scene 1                         Scene 2
John is climbing the rope and   Amy saw what has happened
  he pretends to fall.            and is running over to see if
                                  she can help.
Mr Sze : John, where are you?
John: I’m here, climbing the   Amy: Is he OK? I saw him
  rope.                          climbing and then fall.
 Mr Sze: Be careful. You may   Mr. Sze : You can run fast. I
  fall!                          saw you running before.
John: But that girl over there   Please go for help!
  is climbing high too.AHHH! Amy: OK, I’ll go for help.
Mr Sze: John, are you OK?
John: Oh, my leg!
Suggestions For The Teacher

   •have a reading comprehension
   •do a worksheet as a follow-up
    •do a questionnaire / a survey
          •write out a story

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