January Issue Out Now!

 

TDSP1_1516_001_Cover A01_BWM.inddIn the first issue of 2016, Teaching Drama examines the flurry of celebratory activity planned to mark the 400th anniversary year of Shakespeare’s death. We debate the pros and cons of ‘translating’ the Bard’s language for students; Globe Education and the Royal Courts of Justice join forces to put some of his most controversial characters on trial; and Sarah Lambie looks at editions of Shakespeare written in text-speak. Plus, how to achieve blind marking in drama and the psychology of marking bias; tips on choosing exam boards; how to deliver more content in your lessons without taking away from practical preparation for assessment; inclusive education and outreach at theatre company Chickenshed; Arts Council Chief Executive Darren Henley introduces the Cultural Education Challenge; Sanford Meisner; and the basics of teaching lighting.

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