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CREATIVE DRAMATICS AS A TOOL FOR ENHANCING CHILDREN's PSYCHOLOGICAL AND INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF C.A.C NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL WORKSHOP

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In spite of the introduction of the use of computer, laptop, e-learning, and availability of internet facilities in contemporary education, Primary school pupils specifically still find it difficult to assimilate what the teachers are teaching them; because the modern day teachers stiII continue to operate under the traditional method of teaching without applying any participatory method such as creative dramatics that involves the pupils participation in the classroom teaching and learning process. This traditional method of teaching does not give room for the creative development of the pupils instead making pupils inactive in the classroom because it discourages pupils participation and there is no room for pupil's autonomy in the classroom. This research work thus surveys the instrumentality of creative dramatics as a classroom experience and as an effective educational tool in contemporary education. It carefully considers its meaning. scope. objectives as well as its effects on the children in all areas or their development. This study adopts qualitative research methodology in its data gathering and analysis using ethnographic research design; participants observation. A creative dramatic workshop was carried out with the Primary VI pupils of Christ Apostolic Church Nursery and Primary School Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria to ascertain the potency of creative drama activities in education. The findings from the workshop activities reveals that storytelling and role-play are viable tools for moral education if properly utilized. Accordingly, this study captured the aforementioned the creative dramatics workshop that was carried out with the Primary Vl pupils or Christ Apostolic Church nursery and Primary School Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria. The result or the workshop from the discussion of findings reveals the efficacy of creative dramatics as a classroom teaching tool. It is against this backdrop that this research prescribes and recommends creative dramatics as a visible teaching tool especially for the Primary School Pupils.

CREATIVE DRAMATICS AS A TOOL FOR ENHANCING CHILDREN's PSYCHOLOGICAL AND INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF C.A.C NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL WORKSHOP

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Type Project
Department Theatre Arts
Project ID THA0013
Price ₦3,000 ($20)
No of Pages 53 Pages
Format Microsoft Word

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    Type Project
    Department Theatre Arts
    Project ID THA0013
    Price ₦3,000 ($20)
    No of Pages 53 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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