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Rothwell, Julia – Canadian Modern Language Review, 2015
This article explores one teacher/researcher's development of a drama-language unit and the learners' responses to it. The work is underpinned by a model of intercultural language learning which also acknowledges the pluricultural and plurilingual contexts in which foreign languages are taught in Australia. As part of a…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, Guidelines, Teaching Methods, Units of Study
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Early, Margaret; Yeung, Cindy – Canadian Modern Language Review, 2009
In a Grade 9 core French class, the teacher designed a multi-stage project in which students composed original children's stories in French; illustrated their stories to produce picture books; then, in groups, adapted one group member's story into a play script; and, finally, dramatized the scripts for children from the local French immersion…
Descriptors: Scripts, Picture Books, Metalinguistics, Grade 9
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Belliveau, George – Canadian Modern Language Review, 2003
Discusses a learning module on Acadian history used in a French immersion setting that focuses on a theatrical arts approach. (Author/VWL)
Descriptors: Drama, Foreign Countries, French, Immersion Programs
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Fancy, Alexander – Canadian Modern Language Review, 1974
Descriptors: Biculturalism, Bilingualism, Culture Contact, Drama
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Reish, Joseph G.; Reish, Helene Kudzia – Canadian Modern Language Review, 1980
Describes the mounting of Ionesco's "La Lecon" through a group of junior high school students, and the subsequent videotaping of the performance for viewing by a large audience. Suggestions are given for using drama and videotapes in the language classroom. (AM)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Drama, Dramatic Play, French
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Neglia, Erminio G. – Canadian Modern Language Review, 1982
The activities involved in a student production of modern Spanish drama in a University of Toronto course and the links with language learning that make the course a partial language immersion are described. Problems in evaluating the course and student performance are discussed. (MSE)
Descriptors: Course Evaluation, Drama, Dramatics, Foreign Countries