Primary Schools English Development (PSED) Pilot Project’s Work. Staff Development Courses Drama Dissemination 4 th & 6 th June, 2001. Drama. 1. Introduction 2. Rationale 3. Ways of teaching English Through Drama a) Documentary Video b) Template 4. Practical Session 1
Staff Development Courses
4th & 6th June, 2001
3. Ways of teaching English Through Drama
a) Documentary Video
4. Practical Session 1
- How To Produce A Play In The Classroom
5. Practical Session 2
- Rehearsing The Play
( Accident In The Park – Scene 5)
6. Q & A
Dr. Vicki Ooi
Alan Graves Dickson Cheung
Elaine Lee Erica Leung
Grace Kwok Jane Clarke
Ken Hudson Phyeon Ma
Serene Fung Shirley Lam
2. Language focus
3. Situational Context
Present Past Present Continuous
run ran is running
go went is going
Park - All children are playing there. Mr. Sze is watching John. Tom is with his dog.
An accident in the park
Before each scene a brief introduction is given to explain the situation.
Italics= Stage direction
Underlined= Students’ comment/remark
John is climbing the rope and he pretends to fall.
Mr Sze : John, where are you?
John:I’m here, climbing the rope.
Mr Sze: Be careful. You may fall!
John: But that girl over there is climbing high too.AHHH!
Mr Sze: John, are you OK?
John: Oh, my leg!
Amy saw what has happened and is running over to see if she can help.
Amy: Is he OK? I saw him climbing and then fall.
Mr. Sze : You can run fast. I saw you running before. Please go for help!
Amy: OK, I’ll go for help.
have a reading comprehension
do a worksheet as a follow-up
do a questionnaire / a survey
write out a story