II.5 - Resources

1.1       Selection of online resources

·         Democracy through Drama Open Resources: https://demodram.com/role-democracy-drama/open-education-resources/

·         Democracy through Drama video resources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlemSYHBdmY&list=PLyTORC6pWlfuaPngMnF9p0gLYU4Rc_2ly

·         Facing the Gap video resources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kBu4rcP6WY&list=PLyTORC6pWlfuu58NKboamjsiPvxPLZdfq

·         DICE research outcomes and also education resource: http://www.dramanetwork.eu/

·         Website for Mantle of the Expert Drama Approach: https://www.mantleoftheexpert.com/

·         You can check out some videos of the drama lessons on InSite’s Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlemSYHBdmY&list=PLyTORC6pWlfuaPngMnF9p0gLYU4Rc_2ly

·         Good resource for games: https://dramaresource.com/drama-games/

·         Another good resource for games: https://www.dramatoolkit.co.uk/drama-games/

·         Collection of impro games: http://www.learnimprov.com

·         Drama resources: http://www.creativedrama.com

·         Drama resources: http://www.thedramateacher.com

1.2       Selection of books

·         One example for the study of theatre approach: Alan Perks and Jacqueline Porteous (2009) AS Drama and Theatre Studies: The Essential Introduction for Edexcel. Routledge, London.

·         Jonothan Neelands’s and Tony Good’s Structuring Drama Work (1990, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge) can be considered the seminal book of the conventions approach.

·         An example of perhaps the most widely used books on techniques used in language teaching: Maley, A., and Duff, A. (2005) Drama Techniques. Third Edition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

Further recommended introductory readings:

·         Boal, Augusto (1985): Theatre of the Oppressed, New York: Theatre Communications Group

·         Boal, Augusto (2002): Games for Actors and Non-Actors, London: Routledge

·         Bolton, Gavin (1984): Drama as Education. An argument for placing drama at the centre of the curriculum, London: Longman

·         Bolton, Gavin (1992): New Perspectives on Classroom Drama, Herts: Simon & Schuster Education

·         Bolton, Gavin (1998): Acting in Classroom Drama. A Critical Analysis, Birmingham: UBC/Trentham Books

·         Bowell, Pamela and Heap, Brian S. (2001): Planning Process Drama, London: David Fulton

·         Davis, David ed. (2010): Gavin Bolton. The Essential Writings, Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books

·         Davis, David (2014): Imagining the Real, Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books

·         Heathcote, Dorothy and Bolton, Gavin (1995): Drama for Learning. Dorothy Heathcote’s Mantle of the Expert Approach to Education, Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann

·         Heathcote, Dorothy and Bolton, Gavin (1999): So you want to use role-play? A new approach in how to plan, Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books

·         Johnstone, Keith (1979): Impro. Improvisation and the theatre, New York: Theatre Arts Books

·         Johnstone, Keith (1999): Impro for storytellers, New York: Theatre Arts Books

·         Morgan, Norah and Saxton, Juliana (1987): Teaching Drama. A mind of many wonders, London: Hutchinson

·         Neelands, Jonothan (1984): Making Sense of Drama, London: Heinemann

·         Nicholson, Helen (2009): Theatre and Education, London: Palgrave – Macmillan

·         O’Neill, Cecily (1995): Drama Worlds. A framework for process drama, Portsmouth: NH Heinemann

·         O’Neill, Cecily ed. (2015): Dorothy Heathcote on Education and Drama: Essential writings, London: Routledge

·         Prendergast, Monica and Saxton, Juliana eds. (2009): Applied Theatre. International Case Studies and Challenges for Practice, Bristol: Intellect Books

·         Prentki, Tim and Preston, Sheila eds. (2008): The Applied Theatre Reader, London: Routledge

·         Schonmann, Shifra ed. (2010): Key Concepts in Theatre/Drama Education, Rotterdam: Sense Publishers