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Libro: Famous Tales and Stories for Performance | Autor: Paulino García de Andrés | Isbn: 9789582009595

Famous Tales and Stories for Performance

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978-958-20-0959-5
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Tapa Blanda
Año:
2008
Páginas:
119
Tamaño:
16 x 24 cm.
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0.2100 Kg.
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Primera
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Autor Paulino García de Andrés
Paulino García de Andrés

Ha sido maestro nacional y profesor agregado de inglés en institutos de bachillerato. Profesor titular de Filología Inglesa en la Facultad de Formación del Profesorado y Educación de la Universidad Autónoma de madrid. ha publicado varias obras de teatro en castellano y en inglés, numerosos artículos de su especialidad y una gran variedad de artículos sobre cultura tradicional soriana, habiendo obtenido el primer premio de Investigación y Folklore de la EXCMA. 

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Autor Miguel Arcángel García Rojas
Miguel Arcángel García Rojas

Ha sido profesor de español e inglés en colegios de bachillerato, privados y oficiales. Actualmente es profesor titular de la Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia en Tunja, adscrito a la Escuela de Idiomas de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación. 

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Real life is daily improvising, a drama that includes spontaneous performance, an improvised script on an uncertain stage. Without a doubt, success depends on the way we play the role assigned to us. That’s life! Indeed, real life seems to be closely connected with real drama. As matter of fact, people’s behavior has a lot to do with performance, which might be successful or unsuccessful, suitable or unsuitable, appropriate or inappropriate. It also seems that individuals are bound to learn how to perform, behave, and act if they want to succeed in life.

 

This is not currently taught at school, but it should be, don’t you think so? What is good-manners and politeness? In particular, how are they learned? It is a result of training, repeated performance, and trial an error on the real life stage. This theatrical approach is addressed to help students and even teachers to be well aware of the fact that ideas, feelings, emotions and actions are necessarily connected as a communicatively coherent whole and that educational drama practice may be the way to learn, not only English, but also how to be more practical and effective communicators.

CONTENT

Introduction

 

Brief historical review

Is drama a tool for education?

 

  • Pedagogical suggestion
  • Workshop samples
  • To the teacher
  • The wolf and the donkey
  • The fox, the cock and the cat
  • The lion and the mouse
  • The crow and the fox
  • The butterfly
  • The days of the week
  • The legend of the Cacica Guatavita
  • The wolf and seven little goats
  • Glossary