Drama Structures

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ISBN: 0748701915
Release Date: 1982
Number of pages: 237
Author: Cecily O'Neill
Publisher: Nelson Thornes

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Who s at the Wheel

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ISBN: OCLC:153095843
Release Date: 1988
Number of pages: 45
Author: Kerry Harvey
Publisher:

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Varieties of dramatic structure

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ISBN: UOM:39015018932361
Release Date: 1990
Number of pages: 143
Author: Edward Murray
Publisher: University Press of Amer

Download and read online Varieties of dramatic structure in PDF and EPUB The purpose of this book is to take a fresh look at play structure from the Greeks to the present. The author approaches this task by comparing theories with plays instead of merely studying plays in the light of influential theories. In so doing, the reader discovers a variety of dramatic structures, unique forms which resist conceptual pigeonholing. The text proposes that theory rarely squares with practice, that play structures are much more various than theorists have led us to believe. Plays considered include those of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Shakespeare, Dryden, Racine, Isben, Chekhov, Brecht, and Ionesco. Theorists discussed include Aristotle, Hegel, the Cambridge Anthropologists, Gustav Freytag, A.C. Bradley, and Francis Fergusson. The text is broken into: Structure of Greek Tragedy; Structure in Shakespearean Tragedy; Varieties of Structure in Modern Drama.


Patriarchal Structures in Shakespeare s Drama

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ISBN: 0520048067
Release Date: 1985-01-01
Number of pages: 209
Author: Peter Erickson
Publisher: Univ of California Press

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The Theory and Analysis of Drama

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ISBN: 052142383X
Release Date: 1991-10-25
Number of pages: 339
Author: Manfred Pfister
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online The Theory and Analysis of Drama in PDF and EPUB Manfred Pfister's book is the first to provide a coherent comprehensive framework for the analysis of plays in all their dramatic and theatrical dimensions. The material on which his analysis is based covers all genres and periods. His approach is systematic rather than historical, combining more abstract categorisations with detailed interpretations of sample texts.


Drama and Curriculum

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ISBN: 9781402093708
Release Date: 2009-03-17
Number of pages: 222
Author: John O'Toole
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Drama and Curriculum in PDF and EPUB ‘Here’s a knocking indeed!’ says the Porter in Shakespeare’s Scottish play (Act II, Scene 3) and immediately puts himself into role in order to deal with the demands of such an early call after a late night of drinking and carousal: ‘If a man were porter of hell-gate...’. But what roles does the porter of curriculum-gate take on in order to deal with drama’s persistent demands for entry? Ah, that depends upon the temperature of the times. We, who have been knocking for what seems to be a very long time, know well that when evaluation and measurement criteriaare demanded as evidence of drama’s ef cacy, an examiner stands as gatekeeper. When the educational landscape is in danger of overcrowding, we meet a territorial governor. And how often has the courtesan turned out to be only a tease because the arts are, for a brief moment, in the spotlight for their abilities to foster out-of-the-box thinkers? In this text, we meet these ‘commissionaires’ and many more. The gatekeeping roles and what they represent are so familiar that they have become cliches ́ to us. We know them by their arguments, ripostes, dismissals, their brief encouragement and lack of follow-up. And we know that behind each one (however rmly they think they keep the keys) is a nancial and political master whose power controls the curriculum building and everything in it.


Shakespeare s Dramatic Structures

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ISBN: 9781136558528
Release Date: 2013-09-13
Number of pages: 176
Author: Anthony Brennan
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Shakespeare s Dramatic Structures in PDF and EPUB First published in 1986. The focus of this book is the dramatic strategies of scenic repetition and character separation. The author traces the way in which Shakesperare often presents recurring gestures, dramatic interactions, and complex scenic structures at widely separated intervals in a play - thereby providing an internal system of cross-reference for an audience. He also examines the way in which Shakespeare increases the dramatic voltage in central relationships by limiting the access key characters have to each other on stage. These strategies, it is argued, are indelible marks of Shakespeare's craftsmanship which survive all attempts to obliterate it in many modern productions.


How Drama Activates Learning

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ISBN: 9781441194169
Release Date: 2013-08-01
Number of pages: 336
Author: Michael Anderson
Publisher: A&C Black

Download and read online How Drama Activates Learning in PDF and EPUB How Drama Activates Learning: Contemporary Research and Practice draws together leaders in drama education and applied theatre from across the globe, including authors from Europe, North America and Australasia. It explores how learning can be activated when drama pedagogies and philosophies are applied across diverse contexts and for varied purposes. The areas explored include: · history · literacy, oracy and listening · health and human relationships education · science · democracy, social justice and global citizenship education · bullying and conflict management · criticality · digital technologies · additional language learning Drawing on a range of theoretical perspectives, the contributors present case studies of drama and applied theatre work in school and community settings, providing rich descriptions of practice accompanied by detailed analysis underpinned by the theoretical perspectives of key thinkers from both within and beyond the field of drama.


Time Structure in Drama

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ISBN: 9062036821
Release Date: 1978-01-01
Number of pages: 308
Author: Walter K. Stewart
Publisher: Rodopi

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The Ritual Theater of Aim C saire

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ISBN: 3823346024
Release Date: 1992
Number of pages: 255
Author: Marianne Wichmann Bailey
Publisher: Gunter Narr Verlag

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Geese Theatre Handbook

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ISBN: 9781906534509
Release Date: 2002-03-08
Number of pages: 223
Author: Clarke Baim
Publisher: Waterside Press

Download and read online Geese Theatre Handbook in PDF and EPUB Geese Theatre 1st was formed in 1987 and is renowned across the criminal justice field. This book explains the thinking behind the company's approach to applied drama with offenders and people at risk of offending, including young people. It also contains over 100 exercises with explanations, instructions and suggestions to help practitioners.


Process Drama and Multiple Literacies

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ISBN: 0325007837
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 162
Author: Jenifer Jasinski Schneider
Publisher: Heinemann Drama

Download and read online Process Drama and Multiple Literacies in PDF and EPUB Students are often asked to imagine themselves into the shoes of another person-an historical figure, a literary character, a contemporary political or social figure-then to consider life from that person's perspective. But what if they could really step into that person's life? Experience different conditions? Make decisions based on someone else's biases, knowledge, and intuition? With process drama they can, and Process Drama and Multiple Literacies will show you how. Process Drama and Multiple Literacies takes you inside nine classrooms where process drama successfully taps students' multiple literacies, integrates content from across the curricular areas, and develops students' social and critical awareness. These classrooms span a wide range of ages, and their stories will show you how this technique allows students to view the world from multiple perspectives by involving them in situations where they must make informed decisions. And far from simple classroom plays, process dramas are conceived and enacted by students in response to the issues and questions raised by content in the curriculum and by the world


Drama and Traditional Story for the Early Years

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ISBN: 9781136286629
Release Date: 2013-10-11
Number of pages: 272
Author: Francis Prendiville
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Drama and Traditional Story for the Early Years in PDF and EPUB This is a book that looks at how drama has its basis in good early years practice. Most early years practitioners are doing some drama and are edging towards more structured work - this text will help them go further by building their own skills. Using tried and tested example dramas based on traditional stories, the authors show how clearly dramas are constructed. They move from the simple use if TiR (Teacher in Role) to more complex, full dramas, using traditional stories including Little Bo Peep, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Humpty Dumpty, The Pied Piper, The Billy Goats Gruff and Hansel and Gretel. Drama in the early years covers a number of key areas where drama is of particular importance for this age group including: * drama in the National Curriculum * how drama can help your teaching of the Literacy Hour * personal and social education and citizenship * drama and special needs * assessment * recording and progression * developing a school policy for drama.


Dramatic Interactions in Education

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ISBN: 9781472576903
Release Date: 2015-01-15
Number of pages: 288
Author: Susan Davis
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

Download and read online Dramatic Interactions in Education in PDF and EPUB Dramatic Interactions in Education draws together contemporary sociocultural research across drama and educational contents to draw out implications for researchers and practitioners both within and outside the field. Drama is a field for which human interactions, experience, emotional expression, and attitude are central, with those in non-arts fields discovering that understandings emerging from drama education can provide models and means for examining the affective and relational domains which are essential for understanding learning processes. In addition to this, those in the realm of drama education and applied theatre are realising that sociocultural and historical-cultural approaches can usefully inform their research and practice. Leading international theorists and researchers from across the UK, Europe, USA and Australia combine theoretical discussions, research methodologies, accounts of research and applications in classroom and learning contexts, as they explore concepts from Vygotsky's foundational work and interrogate key concepts such as perezhivanie (or the emotional, lived experience), development of self, zone of proximal development.


Emotion and the Structure of Narrative Film

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ISBN: 9781136694967
Release Date: 2013-10-16
Number of pages: 312
Author: Ed S. Tan
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Emotion and the Structure of Narrative Film in PDF and EPUB Introduced one hundred years ago, film has since become part of our lives. For the past century, however, the experience offered by fiction films has remained a mystery. Questions such as why adult viewers cry and shiver, and why they care at all about fictional characters -- while aware that they contemplate an entirely staged scene -- are still unresolved. In addition, it is unknown why spectators find some film experiences entertaining that have a clearly aversive nature outside the cinema. These and other questions make the psychological status of emotions allegedly induced by the fiction film highly problematic. Earlier attempts to answer these questions have been limited to a few genre studies. In recent years, film criticism and the theory of film structure have made use of psychoanalytic concepts which have proven insufficient in accounting for the diversity of film induced affect. In contrast, academic psychology -- during the century of its existence -- has made extensive study of emotional responses provoked by viewing fiction film, but has taken the role of film as a natural stimulus completely for granted. The present volume bridges the gap between critical theories of film on the one hand, and recent psychological theory and research of human emotion on the other, in an attempt to explain the emotions provoked by fiction film. This book integrates insights on the narrative structure of fiction film including its themes, plot structure, and characters with recent knowledge on the cognitive processing of natural events, and narrative and person information. It develops a theoretical framework for systematically describing emotion in the film viewer. The question whether or not film produces genuine emotion is answered by comparing affect in the viewer with emotion in the real world experienced by persons witnessing events that have personal significance to them. Current understanding of the psychology of emotions provides the basis for identifying critical features of the fiction film that trigger the general emotion system. Individual emotions are classified according to their position in the affect structure of a film -- a larger system of emotions produced by one particular film as a whole. Along the way, a series of problematic issues is dealt with, notably the reality of the emotional stimulus in film, the identification of the viewer with protagonists on screen, and the necessity of the viewer's cooperation in arriving at a genuine emotion. Finally, it is argued that film-produced emotions are genuine emotions in response to an artificial stimulus. Film can be regarded as a fine-tuned machine for a continuous stream of emotions that are entertaining after all. The work paves the way for understanding and, in principle, predicting emotions in the film viewer using existing psychological instruments of investigation. Dealing with the problems of film-induced affect and rendering them accessible to formal modeling and experimental method serves a wider interest of understanding aesthetic emotion -- the feelings that man-made products, and especially works of art, can evoke in the beholder.