Cambridge IGCSE Drama Teacher Guide by Emma Hollis-Brown, Gail Deal
  

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Cambridge IGCSE Drama Teacher Guide by Emma Hollis-Brown, Gail Deal

Prepare for the Cambridge Drama IGCSE 2016 syllabus with an approach that helps to create a varied, stimulating and enjoyable learning environment that enables students of different confidence and ability levels to flourish. * Be ready to teach the new syllabus (for first examination in June 2016) with this brand new series which has been fully matched to the Cambridge IGCSE(R) Drama syllabus. * Have full confidence in the content and approach of the series which is written by a team of highly experienced authors, who have over 20 years of teaching experience. * Enable students to learn a range of skills, such as how to build their self-awareness and how to reflect on their performance. This will build their knowledge and self-confidence, which extends beyond the course itself and helps equip them for life. * Know that the series has an international feel in terms of both language used within the text, and plays, scenarios and contexts selected. * Make use of the excellent supporting components of the series which include a range of exciting and engaging scripts from real plays, role plays for warm ups, examples of stimuli for Devised pieces, and still images from productions which show key elements from performances. * Help students monitor their learning using the 'Learning Log' and 'Check your progress' features, where students review, record and evaluate their work.

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About the Author

Lead author Mike Gould is a former Head of English and Drama, and university lecturer in English and Education, who has written over 150 books for students and teachers. He advises schools and educational organisations on policy, resources and projects related to language, literacy and assessment. He has written materials for learners in places as diverse as Singapore and Saudi Arabia. Mike is an author for the Collins Cambridge IGCSE English series. Contributing author, Rebekah Beattie, is Director of Drama in a secondary school in the UK, which has a large number of international students, so has experience in working with students of different ability and confidence levels. Rebekah and Mike have a thorough working knowledge of the Cambridge syllabus.

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Spiral bound
144 pages

Author

Emma Hollis-Brown, Gail Deal
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Publisher

Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

20th May 2016

ISBN

9780008142100


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