This successful textbook, aimed at all drama and combined English and drama secondary teachers, has been written by the leading authorities in this field. This new edition has been fully revised to cover: All new training routes; Changes in legislation; Use of ICT and multimedia resources in teaching; Working with teaching assistants. Collaborating with the creative industries and the community, and Career progression. It also gives guidance on how to begin training, subject knowledge, planning, classroom management, assessment, working partnerships, professional responsibilities and transition into the real world of teaching. It is a wonderful practical textbook with discursive prose, case studies, checklists and suggestions.
Andy Kempe is senior lecturer in drama education at the University of Reading, UK.
1. How to Use this Book; 2. Beginning Training; 3. Subject-knowledge and Understanding; 4. Planning; 5. Managing the Drama Classroom; 6. Monitoring, Assessment, Recording, Reporting and Accountability; 7. Working in Context: Professional Responsibilities; 8. Working in Partnership: Mentors and Student Teachers; 9. Transition; Useful websites; References; Further Reading; Index.