Speaking Out : process drama and its contribution to oracy

@inproceedings{Stinson2005SpeakingO,
  title={Speaking Out : process drama and its contribution to oracy},
  author={Madonna Stinson},
  year={2005}
}
The Drama and Oral Language research project (2004) with Normal Technical Secondary 4 classes at four schools in Singapore produced data indicating that a program of process drama interventions produced enhanced results in participating students’ oral communication scores. Furthermore students and teachers identified improvements in the motivation and self-confidence of participants, as well as indications of enhanced inter-group relationships and communication across ethnicities. In January… CONTINUE READING

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