Table of contents for 100 ideas for teaching drama / Johnnie Young.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
Introduction
Story Telling
1. A Moment in Time
2. Key Moments
3. Dramatizing a Story
4. Group Story Telling
5. From Dream to Reality
6. How Does It End?
7. The Historic Incident
8. The Precious Jewel Theft from Hamford Hall
9. The Rescue
10. The Story of an Inanimate Object
Improvisation
11. Crossing the Room
12. Follow the Leader
13. Fragments of Conversation
14. Ghost Story
15. Mix and Match Play
16. Openings
17. Reaction to Noises
18. The Amazing Invention
19. The Dangerous Animal
20. The Dream
21. The Music and the Object
22. The Secret Magic Diary
23. The Strange Sticks
24. The Surreal Event
25. The Weather Meter
26. What Do We Know Now?
Characters and Lives
27. Character Profiles
28. Composite Characters
29. Fame and Fortune
30. The Echoes of My Life
31. The Holiday Competition
32. The Holiday From Hell
33. The Inspector
34. The Letter
35. The Royal Garden Party
36. The Statues of Consequence
37. The Suitcase
Exploring the World
38. Court case
39. Enacting a Picture
40. Cave Dwellers
41. Exploring Exotic Parts of the World
42. The World of Work
43. Linked Viewpoints
44. Looking at Both Sides
45. Strange Journey
46. Teaching Styles
47. The Moods of Nature
48. The Supermarket of the Future
49. The Survival Challenge
50. The Talking Diary
51. The Two Families
	
Stage Craft
52. Attaching Meaning
53. Audience Reaction
54. Building up Anticipation
55. Communicating emotion
56. Creating People?s Sets
57. Director?s Instructions
58. Focus
59. Highly Creative ?Masks?
60. How Music Enhances Drama
61. Iceberg Scenery
62. Levels of Tension
63. Mime Cards
64. Narrator Sets the Scene
65. Setting the Scene ? with projections
66. The Internal Monologue
67. Voices Scene
Bringing Language and Literature Alive
68. Bringing the Ancient Mariner Alive
69. Emotion Behind the Words
70. Enacting a Shakespeare Sonnet
71. Enacting the Simile
72. Fun with Clich¿s
73. Fun with Well Known Sayings
74. My Hero
75. Poetry Market
76. Romeo and Juliet
77. The Tiger by William Blake (dramatised)
Media
78. Crime TV ? Solved by You
79. Exclusive Interview
80. High Energy TV advert
81. New TV Programme
82. Radio Advert
83. TV Advert
84. The Extraordinary Life Chat Show
85. Loch Ness Monster
86. TV News Report
87. What?s Your Passion TV Competition
88. The Bully
89. The Language of Persuasion
Ideas for Mini-Plays
90. Farce
91. Radio Play called ?The Reunion?
92. The Fairground
93. The Formal Interview
94. The Magic Pen
95. The One Word, One Person Play
96. The Stranger
97. The Time Jester
98. The Vanished Nan
99. Time Capsule
 100. Trouble on the Pier

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Drama in education.
Drama -- Study and teaching (Secondary).