ERIC Number: EJ674432
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 2000
Reference Count: 0
Wittgenstein and the Teaching of Drama.
Research in Drama Education, v5 n1 p33-44 Feb 2000
Introduces the concept of an "integrated" approach to the teaching of drama. Contends that arguments against dualism, which writers have advanced run the risk of moving drama towards an arid form of behaviorism. Uses the writing of Wittgenstein to elucidate the concept of "integration." Concludes that an appropriate approach to teaching drama will seek to integrate content and form, means and ends, and "internal" and "external" dimensions of experience. (PM)
Descriptors: Decision Making Skills, Drama, Integrated Activities, Language Usage, Secondary Education, Teaching Methods
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Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Journal Articles
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