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Second language learning through drama

Joe Winston

Second language learning through drama

practical techniques and applications

by Joe Winston

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Published by Routledge in Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drama in education,
  • Study and teaching,
  • Second language acquisition,
  • Language and languages

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Joe Winston
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP53.297 .S43 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24827310M
    ISBN 109780203805114, 9780415597791, 9780415597784
    LC Control Number2011007878

    Drama is increasingly being recognised as a valuable pedagogy for language learning as it can harness children‘s imaginations and stimulate their desire to communicate. Second Learning Language through Drama draws on current theories of additional and foreign language learning and illustrates through practical case studies how drama can be used to support the four key skills of listening. Book Back; 0 Marked; Mark; Options Stacks. PS43 Browse Shelf. Subjects. subject. Drama in education. Language and languages--Study and teaching. Second language acquisition--Study and teaching. More Details. added author. Winston, Joe, title. Second language learning through drama: practical techniques and applications.

      The second part of the book evaluates an innovative approach to teaching and learning L2 literature, and discusses the application of this to the language classroom. Containing a balance of theoretical and practical concerns, this book will be invaluable reading for researchers of applied linguistics and second language acquisition. Second Learning Language through Drama draws on current theories of additional and foreign language learning and illustrates through practical case studies how drama can be used to support the four key skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing.\ud \ud Drawing on the work of an international group of practitioners who are all highly.

    Drama Techniques A Resource Book of Communication Activities for Language Teachers Drama education and second language learning: a growing field of fully revised edition of this 'classic' helps teachers give their learners the tools they need to express themselves through a range of stimulating drama completely revised Author: Alan Maley, Alan Duff.   'Learning Through Drama' contains drama strategies and lesson plans for use with primary school children across the curriculum. The book provides guidance to teachers who have never taught drama before but are considering using it in a subject area such as science or history and offers new approaches to those familiar with common drama techniques (such as hot-seating and teacher in /5(25).


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Second language learning through drama by Joe Winston Download PDF EPUB FB2

Second Learning Language through Drama draws on current theories of additional and foreign language learning and illustrates through practical case studies how drama can be used to support the four key skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. Second Learning Language through Drama draws on current theories of additional and foreign language learning and illustrates through practical case studies how drama can be used to support the four key skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing.5/5(2).

Second Learning Language through Drama draws on current theories of additional and foreign language learning and illustrates through practical case studies how drama can be used to support the four key skills of listening, speaking, reading and : Joe Winston.

The introduction has briefly sketched some of the theoretical foundations that underpin the practice outlined in the following chapters.

This chapter, while echoing some of the points made in the introduction, points to additional theoretical and research evidence to argue for the effectiveness of drama pedagogy specifically in the area of second language by: 1.

Second Language Learning through Drama edited by Joe Winston (Routledge) Quite theoretical, with academic contributors discussing a range of topics including digital storytelling, assessment, process drama and storytelling in an international context. Buy Second Language Learning through Drama 1 by Winston, Joe (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). Second Language Learning through Drama will be of great interest to those studying on undergraduate and postgraduate courses and will serve as a highly valuable text to practitioners looking to incorporate the approaches described into their lessons and classroom by: Teaching English through Drama To the average EFL teacher putting on a play with children in a foreign language may seem ambitious, especially when pupils are struggling with the basics.

However many pupils leave primary school with no English at all other than “My name is Fred” despite having worked through several textbooks and sat in Author: Shelley Vernon. Drama is an effective way of helping students to learn languages including English as a Foreign Language (EFL), as it uses active teaching and learning styles likely to motivate and sustain the attention of a wide cross section of pupils.

Activities can include role-play, drama games, improvisation, group discussion and individual or pair work. DOCUMENT RESUME. ED FL AUTHOR Dodson, Sarah L. TITLE FAQs: Learning Languages through Drama.

PUB DATE NOTE File Size: KB. English language acquisition and competency has become an educational priority in today’s global community. For general education teachers, it has thus become vital that they develop an awareness of second language students’ learning needs and that they possess sensitivity to the challenges of learning an L2 (Harper and de Jong, ).File Size: KB.

Using a format of frequently asked questions about teaching foreign languages using drama, this article explores the evolution of this approach, its benefits and drawbacks, and the various theatrical activities that can be used to teach languages.

After describing how drama fits into the communicative approach to language teaching, the article discusses how the idea of drama in the language Cited by: Process Drama and Second Language (L2) Learning Research: An Overview Process drama for Second language learning (L2 process drama) is a relatively new field of enquiry, which has gained momentum in the last decades.

The first L2 process drama study was Kao’s () investigation of the impact of process drama on L2 classroom Size: KB. Introduction and Aim: Repetition and imitation are among the oldest second language (L2) teaching approaches and are frequently used in the context of L2 learning and language therapy, despite some heavy t neuroimaging techniques allow the neural mechanisms underlying repetition and imitation to be examined.

This fMRI study examines the influence of verbal repetition Cited by: 2. In foreign language classroom, drama is an effective method as Mattevi () states "the use of drama in the language classroom allows the teacher to present the target language in an active, communicative and contextualized way.

Dramatization helps the teacher address the. The central part of the book examines issues related to play, emotions, classroom discourse and assessment when learning a language through process drama, in a sociocultural perspective.

The third part is an analysis of the author’s qualitative research, which informs a subtle discussion on reflective practitioner methodology, learner Brand: Palgrave Macmillan. Let’s start off with the granddaddy of foreign language learning—Dr. Paul Pimsleur—creator of the renowned audio-based language system that has helped millions of language learners.

This book of his was originally published in but was republished in and remains as relevant today as it Author: Stevie D.

Second language learning through drama: practical techniques and applications. Book Author(s) Joe Winston Date Publisher Routledge Pub place London ISBNX ISBN, This third volume in a series provides an introduction to the use of drama in the foreign and second language classroom, highlighting the bridging character of drama-based teaching for intercultural learning.

Twelve chapters include: (1) "Understanding Drama-Based Education" (Betty Jane Wagner); (2) "Intercultural Recognitions through Performative Inquiry" (Lynn Fels and Lynne McGivern); (3 Cited by: 1.

Highlights the bridging character of drama-based foreign and second language teaching for intercultural learning. Drama here is not limited to theater-related work, but means the interplay between body and language in general, to include, for example, sports, dancing, singing, and storytelling.

Book and Materials Review Second Language Learning Through Drama: Practical Techniques and Applications, Joe Winston (Ed.). New York, NY: Routledge, Author: Eunjeong Choi.An analysis of learning a second language through process drama.

Topics covered include: evoking dramatic moments in second language learning and teaching; the nature of teacher-student interaction in drama-orientated language classrooms; and the psycho-social aspect of drama on learning.

One of the main aims of using drama in a language course is to provide an active, stimulating, fun and creative environment in which to develop the student’s language learning potential. Students are encouraged to explore English through their imagination and creativity and to express this through language, and other forms of communication.