Drama is literature written for performance--or at least written in a style that would allow for stage performance. As a text form, drama can be thought of as story told though spoken remarks and stage directions(Kurland ,2000) .When we hear the term drama we think fun, excitement , expression of one’s self . A famous quote says that “play is not in the words, it’s in you” (Steller Adler). In the world of drama it is essential that we understand the difference between Process and Product Drama. The importance behind their differences is vital as it will help one to better able appreciate ad understand what drama is really about and what drama entails because drama is seen as much more than just movements , drama is life itself.
Drama therapy is the intentional use of theatre processes to promote personal integration and healing (Jennings, 2013) III. A combination of psychology and theatre, drama therapy uses theatre and personal expression to deal with the inner psyche of psychologically affected patients (Let me start by telling you a bit more about what are some of the techniques used in drama therapy: _Preview___) Body – (include citations of sources) I. There are some core techniques which are commonly used in drama therapy to help patients to connect with their emotions (Langley, 2006) a. Dramatic projection: the process of selecting aspects of self and using drama therapy to change his perspective of the situation b. Embodiment: using one’s physique to describe his or her own emotion. i.
But the researcher take according from the some search, give meaning about the drama . According to Bolton (1986), The term ‘drama in education,’ like the term ‘play, ’ has become a ‘family’ concept. It is difficult to define its essence. Drama in education is not the study of dramatic texts, although this could be part of it; it is not the presentation of school play, although this could be part of it; it is not even teaching drama or teaching about drama, although this could be large part of it (p.18) Drama is an art form, however not so that by Johnson and O’Neill (1984), they give argue that in education, drama provides educators with a powerful instruction tool. The other stated too,Maricondi says that drama like as performances by some people to showed their communicate through touch, facial expression or gestures (Maricondi, 1991).
“Places, everyone!” Drama is an exciting, emotional, and unexpected series of events or set of circumstances. Through vibrant graphics and intricate plots, Raina Telgemeier encaptures all of this in her graphic novel, Drama. Drama is filled with many ups and downs, but the protagonist, Callie, overcomes numerous challenges with heroism and the help of her friends. From her middle school musical to boy trouble, Callie realizes that all drama isn’t that bad. Raina Telgemeier’s Drama should be included in the Little Free Library due to its heroic lessons, Telgemeier’s confidence boldness in attempting to socially broaden the minds of young readers, and its established popularity.
Proper intonation, expression and body language is very important in story-telling, and this can help children to feel they are in the story. 3. Having interaction and get involvement with your children. Using Story-Telling for Assessing Language Skills Story-telling is a good activity of learning in educations, especially for assessing four language skills, which are listening, reading, speaking and writing. There are some activities that teachers can be done in the classroom through story-telling.
It is a narrative made visible. In fact, in the history of the ancient Literature, Drama was described as Dramatic Poetry, because the dialogues in the drama, or the play, were written in the poetic form with metrical terms. In the western literature, Drama as a form of literature originated in the ancient Greece sowing the seed of the tragic
1.5.2. Drama: Farmer (2017) stated that, Drama is the act of using the imagination to become some body or something other than yourself. Drama is an approach in teaching language in which learners are determined with roles and situations. They employ this approach for comprehending and understanding the world that they live in. Moreover, it’s an effective method for students who learn English as a foreign language.
First of all, children have fun and joy that makes them more excited to learn. It helps to increase their information and knowledge. Moreover, it enriches the ability of the child to express their feelings to become able to influence the other students and to guide them in order to meet their needs and to solve their problems. Likewise, drama in education simplifies the subjects by presenting them in an attractive way in the theatre. Nevertheless, Abd Almonem (2007) discusses the role of theatre in several points.
Chapter 24 lays out how to write about drama as well as the reasons for writing about drama. For example, one reason DiYanni gives for why we should write about drama is because we’re able to think more about what the work means to you. “Since writing stimulates thinking, when you write about drama you find yourself thinking more about what a particular work means and why you respond to it” (DiYanni 936). I found this interesting because it’s a new way to dive deeper into the work. Writing about dramas for yourself can provoke new thoughts and new experiences that you may not have gotten just by