Using Drama Activities and Techniques to Foster Teaching English as a Foreign Language : a Theoretical Perspective

@inproceedings{Zyoud2010UsingDA,
  title={Using Drama Activities and Techniques to Foster Teaching English as a Foreign Language : a Theoretical Perspective},
  author={Munther Zyoud},
  year={2010}
}
  • Munther Zyoud
  • Published 2010
Drama can foster language skills such as reading, writing, speaking and listening by creating a suitable context. Drama is a powerful language teaching tool that involves all of the students interactively all of the class period. Drama can also provide the means for connecting students’ emotions and cognition as it enables students to take risks with language and experience the connection between thought and action. Teaching English as a foreign language inevitably involves a balance between… CONTINUE READING

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