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How much showback of work?

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by Henry8th, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. I don't think all Drama is Theatre if that makes sense but I do feel that showing back of any kind of work including still images, questions asked during thought tracking etc is a very valuable tool and that all lessons if possible should have an element of this.
    I am perhaps not as jazz hands as some Drama teachers and maybe that is the problem. I still shudder every time I hear "Teacher in role". That is not to say I won't do it on occasion but I feel very much like that is a job for the Gifted and talented students in my class. We are after all teachers and I try to get a line of best fit with what we are told makes a good / outstanding lesson.
     

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