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DRAMA

CHARLENE MARIEANN RUKIMIN MATTHEW WONG LING KANG NOR FAEEZA ISMALI

Drama can be defined as :a play such works as a genre or style of literature

INTERPERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

In Drama you will be asked to participate in group work. Build teamwork skills.
Help you to explore relationships on and off stage. Help your communication skills and it will help you to make friends in schools. Develop acting skills.

INTRAPERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Help in building self-confidence and selfesteem.


Aware of how your physical presentation can effect the way people see you. Awaken acting skills in oneself. Give opportunity for students to express their feelings and emotions through drama.

LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

Drama is the form of art which has the language skills that means learning, speaking, and writing skills in it.
In Drama listening takes its primary place on the part of the audience. On the first hand the audience are keen and interested to follow the main plot of the drama and in the process consciously or unconsciously takes place the language development process.

Drama also enhance spoken skills of the students. The awareness is brought about how the communication process takes place between certain situation and roles.
Drama can also help students to enhance their writing skills.

Drama in KBSR

KBSR aims: The English language syllabus for primary schools aims to equip learners with basic skills and knowledge of the English language so as to enable them to communicate, both orally and in writing, in and out of school.

Language skills
The language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing form the core of the primary English curriculum. -> Oral skills are taught to enable learners to express ideas confidently and clearly. For this purpose, learners are taught to pronounce words correctly and to speak with correct stress, intonation and sentence rhythm. When do pupils get to do this?

Teaching-learning strategies (Oral work)


Pupils should be given lots of opportunities to talk in class so that they gain confidence to speak in the language.
Opportunities should be given to pupils to role-play, participate in drama activities that make them use the language suitable for the role or situation.

In this respect, pair and group work activities allow for all pupils to engage in speaking activities at the same time. Pupils should also be encouraged to talk in English to other pupils and teachers in the school.

Teaching contexts
These are broad areas from which topics can be drawn for activities and comprehension texts so that learners can read, write and talk.

EXAMPLE FROM KSSR :

Year 3 KSSR CS, refer to page 132 and 139.