Foreword; Introduction; How to use this book; Part One; Chapter 1 - Drama in Education; Chapter 2 - Drama and the Brain; Chapter 3 - Dramatic Play and Learning; Chapter 4 - Drama and Intelligences; Chapter 5 - Drama and Thinking; Chapter 6 - Drama, Creativity and Imagination; Chapter 7 - Drama, Thinking and Talk; Part Two Structuring the Drama Experience; The Drama Contract; Drama Strategies - Choosing and Using; Teacher in Role; Still Image and Freeze-frame; Mantle of the Expert; Hot-seating; Role on the Wall; Conscience Alley; Thought-tracking; Eavesdropping; Rumours; Collective Role; Improvisation; Small Group Playmaking; Forum Theatre; Teacher as Storyteller and Storymaker; Ritual; Other Drama Strategies; Part Three; Drama Units; Unit 1 (Key Stage 1) - Mr Once Upon a Time; Unit 2 (Key Stage 2) - The Victorian Cotton Mill; Unit 3 (Key Stages 2/3) - Bullying; Unit 4 (Key Stages 2/3) - Creating an Imaginary Culture and Community; Unit 5 (Key Stages 2/3) - Chief Seattle's Speech (1854); Part Four; Photocopiable Resource Sheets; Resource Sheet 1 - Senses; Resource Sheet 2a - Rumours; Resource Sheet 2b - Rumours; Resource Sheet 3 - Plans; Resource Sheet 4 - Thoughts; Resource Sheet 5a - Conscience Alley; Resource Sheet 5b - Conscience Alley; Resource Sheet 5c - Collective Thoughts; Resource Sheet 6 - Questioning/Hot-seating; Resource Sheet 7a - Victorian Cotton Mill; Resource Sheet 7b Victorian Cotton Mill; Resource Sheet 8a - Role on the Wall; Resource Sheet 8b - Role on the Wall; Resource Sheet 8c - Role on the Wall; Resource Sheet 8d - Role on the Wall; Resource Sheet 9 - Contrasting Images; Resource Sheet 10 - Storyboard; Resource Sheet 11a&b - Chief Seattle's Speech; Resource Sheet 12 - Chief Seattle's Photograph; Resource Sheet 13 - Statues; References and Further Reading; Index
Patrice Baldwin is LEA Adviser for the Promotion of the Arts in Schools (Norfolk) and is well established as a consultant on drama for learning and creativity. Her career in drama in education spans more than 25 years. She spent many years as a successful primary headteacher and class teacher, delivering much of the national curriculum creatively through drama. She was consulted by Arts Council England on 'Drama in Schools' and is a regular consultant to the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority on English, drama and creativity across the curriculum. Patrice is also an established educational writer, drama consultant and scriptwriter for BBC Education. She is currently a Fellow of the University of East Anglia School and Education and Professional Studies, and is Vice Chair of National Drama, the UK's largest professional association of drama teachers.
"As a result of this landmark book, teachers will be inspired to teach in new ways...and students will benefit by all the stir that 'With Drama in Mind' could brew up" - Jan Macdonald, Drama magazine.