|Dimensions||8.5 × 11 × .25 in|
28 March 2018
8.5 x 11 inches
$3.50 – $14.00 incl tax
Drama in the performance of texts is one of the most compelling of language learning resources…This book offers a wealth of preparatory activities, suggestions for varied ways of using the text and helpful suggestions for follow-up. — Alan Maley, teacher, trainer, founder of The C Group, and author of Drama Techniques
A treasure trove of teaching ideas, covering areas like pronunciation, grammar, pragmatics, discussion themes. — Charlyn Wessels Dyers, author of Drama in the Oxford Resource Series for Teachers
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Her Own Worst Enemy is an English language textbook that teaches spoken communication skills through the performance of a one-act play. Whether it’s reader’s theater, an in-class performance, or a full production, putting on a play is the ultimate group project. And drama is a powerful tool for learning spoken communication skills! Students take on acting skills like using body language, gesture, intonation, and other non-verbal cues to communicate better. They are exposed to natural language in a realistic setting. And they become engaged and motivated to learn!
Inside find everything you need to help students prepare to do the play, whether it be as reader’s theatre, a classroom performance, or a full production.
Your students will look forward to class with this innovative resource that utilizes drama in language teaching!
What are you waiting for? The play’s the thing!
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