This subject introduces students to the ideas, issues and practical considerations of classroom drama curriculum 7-12. Students will develop an understanding of the elements of drama and the practices of making, performing and appreciating drama. They will explore a range of dramatic forms, performance styles, dramatic techniques and theatrical conventions. Students will develop strategies to devise a range of learning opportunities to facilitate both individual and collaborative learning through making, performing and appreciating drama in a range of contexts.
School of Education
Entry into the Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary), Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary), Bachelor of Education (Health and PE) or as determined by the course coordinator.
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