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Learning to Teach Drama, 11-18


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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Abbreviations 1 Beginning Training Learning to Teach Drama? Applying for Initial Teacher Training Preparing for the Training Programme Beginning the Training Programme Getting Organised Trainees' Progression towards QTS 2 Subject Knowledge Subject Knowledge Auditing subject knowledge Information and Communications Technology Methodology and Pedagogy Local Contexts and National Requirements 3 Planning Planning Principles of Planning Ingredients of Planning Micro-teaching: Planning parts of lessons Short-Term Planning: Individual Lessons Medium Term Planning: Units of Work Long Term Planning: Mapping the Drama Curriculum Evaluation and Planning 4 Classroom Management Managing Learning Approaches to Classroom management Managerial functions of the drama teacher The classroom as theatre Working in the classroom Coping with disaster 5 Monitoring, Assessment, Recording, Reporting and Accountability Principles of assessment The context of assessment Monitoring and assessment Recording and reporting Accountability Standards, monitoring and accountability 6 Professionalism Professionalism Equal opportunities in drama Legal obligations and responsibilities Drama and the community Extra-curricular Drama Continuing professional development 7 Mentoring Models of partnership Role of the mentor Models of mentoring Planning and structuring progression Mentors and trainees working together Managing trainees' learning opportunities Collaboration and teaching Reflecting on the craft of teaching Discussing ideas Reaching professional competence And beyond 8 Transition Beyond initial teacher education Applying for jobs The Career Entry and Development Profile The induction Programme Useful Websites Bibliography Further Reading

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New fully revised editon this successful textbook, aimed at all drama and combined English and drama secondary teachers.

About the Author

Andy Kempe is Senior Lecturer in Drama Education and Director of Initial Teacher Training at the University of Reading, UK. Helen Nicholson is Professor of Drama and Theatre at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.


'Learning to Teach Drama 11-18 is aimed at the student teacher, but all trainees and newly trained teachers should find its practical, encouraging approach useful on organisation, use of workplace, material, planning, building relationships with pupils, dealing with behavior, assessment, personal reflection and so on.' The Times Educational Supplemement * Blurb from reviewer *
'This is a comprehensive guide to the subject that has now been adopted by many universities as a set text...In an exceedingly user-friendly style the reader is guided to develop their subject knowledge, plan and manage the drama classroom, as well as focussing on monitoring and assessment...a one-stop resource not just for the aspiring drama teacher but all students in training.' NWN2, 7th March * Blurb from reviewer *

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