(A further) Webpage Supplement to
Chapter 9: Process Drama in Education
Further References on Process Drama (or Drama in Education)
Posted September 15, 2006
See other supplementary webpages:
- For general comments on the chapter in the book;
- More about the methods. Some examples.
- Also on this www.interactiveimprov.com website, related topics are addressed. (For example: references to creative drama and role playing) and more references, of course are in the book's Appendix A (general bibliography)
Bolton, Gavin. (1979). Toward a theory of drama in education. London: Longman.
Bolton, Gavin. (1992). New perspectives on classroom drama. London: Simon & Schuster.
Bolton, Gavin & Heathcote, Dorothy. (1999). So you want to use role-play. London: Trentham.
Bolton, G. (2003). The Dorothy Heathcote Story. Www.ameliastudios.ca
Bolton, G. Acting in classroom drama. ?out of print?
Booth, David. (1994). Storydrama: reading, writing and role plaing across the curriculum. Markham, Ontario: Pembroke.
Booth, David W. & Lundy, Charles J. (1985). Improvisation: learning through drama. Toronto: Harcourt Canada. 8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.
Bowell, Pamela, & Heap, Brian. (2001). Planning process drama. London: David Fulton. (Excellent overview of techniques.) Pn2075 B68 2001
Courtney, Richard: Several of his books speak to such broad areas of drama in education and in life that I have them noted in the book’s Appendix A, the general bibliography of relevant books on drama!
Doyle, Clarence? (1993). Raising the curtain on education: drama as a site for critical pedagogy. Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey. Giroux?
Gardner, Howard. Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intellegences. New York:
Basic Books, 1983. A classic of developmental psychology, proposing at least 7 different types of intelligence: musical, mathematical, linguistic, spatial, kinesthetic (athletes, dancers), interpersonal, and intrapersonal.
Hawley, RC. (1974). Value exploration through role play. Amherst, MA: Educational reseach Press
Heathcote, Dorothy. Dorothy Heathcote: Collected Writings on Education and Drama.
ed. Liz Johnson and Cecily O’Neill. Essex: D.P. Media Limited, 1984.
Heathcote, Dorothy, & Bolton, Gavin. (1995). Drama for learning: Dorothy Heathcote's “mantle of the expert” approach to education. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Jackson, A. (1993). Learning through theatre: New perspectives on Theatre in Education. London: Routledge.
Maley, Alan & Duff, Alan. (1982). Drama techniques in language learning. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 150 ideas.
Martin-Smith, Alistair. (1996). British conceptions of drama in education--the Fifties to the Nineties. National Association for Drama-in-Education (NADIE) Journal, 20(1), 57-76.
Miller, Carole & Saxton, Juliana. (2004). Into the story: language in action through drama. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Neelands, Jonothan, and Goode, Tony. (2000). Structuring drama work: a handbook of available forms in theatre and drama. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
O’Neill, Cecily, and Alan Lambert. (1984). Drama structures: a practical handbook for
Teachers. London: Hutchinson.
O’Neill, Cecily. 1995. Drama Worlds: A Framework for Process Drama. New York: Heinemann.
O’Toole, John. (1992). The process of drama: negotiating art and meaning. London: Routledge.
Robbie, Sheila; Ruggirello, Tina, and Warren, Bernie. (2001). Using drama to bring language to life: ideas, games and activities. York, Ontario: Captus Press. Info@captus.com
Rosenberg, Helene S. (1987). Creative drama and imagination: Transforming ideas into action. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. Nice historical review.
Saldana, Johnny. (1995). Drama of Color: Improvisation with Multi-ethnic Folklore. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Scneider, Jenifer J., Crumpler, Thomas P., & Rogers, Theresa (Eds.). (2006). Process drama and multiple literacies: addressing social, cultural, and ethical issues. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Steinberg, Patricia. (1998). Theatre for conflict resolution: in the classroom and beyond. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Tarlington, Carole & Verriour, Pat. (1991). Role drama. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Taylor, Philip (Ed.). (1996). Researching drama and arts education. London: Faliner.
Taylor, Philip. (2000). The drama classroom: action, reflection, transformation. London: Routledge / Faliner.
Taylor, Philip. Applied Theatre. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2003.
Taylor, Philip & Warner, Cris. (Nov., 2004). Structure and spontaneity: selected writings on drama and education by Cecily O’Neill.180 pg, E29 / 19 pounds. Oakhill, Stoke-on-Trent, UK: Trentham Books. Www.trentham-books.co.uk
Wagner, Betty Jane. (Ed.). (1998). Educational drama and language arts: what research shows. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
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IDEA Publications by the International Drama & Theatre in Education Association (IDEA): Various books, $20 - $35, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Journal: Drama Australia. Various authors.. $115 / year. Www.dramaaustralia.org.au
(Readable articles on drama in education.)
Journal:Research in Drama Education: vol 1-8,
Example: Winston, J. (2001). Drug education through creating theatre in education. RIDE 6 (1), 39-54. Www.gu.edu.au/centre/atr