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What's your philosphy towards Drama in the curriculum?

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by natps, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. Just wondered if we all thought the same?
  2. Tell me what you think first. Otherwise I will think this is another attempt at getting the forum to write a PGCE assignment.
  3. I think the same.
    Always have done.
  4. I've changed completely, I now think the opposite of what I thought in the 1970's.
  5. My philosophy: A Good Thing. Am reminded of Ghandi's response when asked what he thought of Western Civilisation - "A very good idea"
  6. If you study Dorothy Heathcote and compare that to ideas by David Hornbrook you will discover that there are differing philosophies regarding Educational Drama.
    However you used the phrase Drama in the Curriculum which is rather vague.

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