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DRAMATIZATION METHOD

DRAMATIZATION is acting out a story or a play. It makes use of facial expressions, gestures, costumes and action.

Types of Dramatic Aids or Methods of Dramatization


1. The PLAY generally a stage performance where lines are spoken by the players during the act. ROLE PLAYING is when one acts as if he is the person he is acting, with the same costume or face.

TYPES OF DRAMATIC AIDS OR METHODS OF DRAMATIZATION

2. PAGEANTS
This is a form of dramatic aid wherein, the characters wear costumes they are portraying and they dont talk.

It is the narrator who does all the talking. All they do is to walk or they are in a procession.

TYPES OF DRAMATIC AIDS OR METHODS OF DRAMATIZATION

3. TABLEAU This is a form of dramatic aid which shows a picture-like scene represented by one or more silent and motionless persons in proper attitude and costume, after without suitable accessories.

TYPES OF DRAMATIC AIDS OR METHODS OF DRAMATIZATION

4. PANTOMIME

Type of dramatic aid which is similar to a play but there are no words spoken. It is merely acting, without words.

TYPES OF DRAMATIC AIDS OR METHODS OF DRAMATIZATION

5. PUPPET SHOW

This dramatic aid needs a small scale stage on which miniature figures such as marionettes are moved by means of strings or wires to each position desired. There has to be participants at the backstage to say the words these puppets are supposed to say.

STRENGTHS 1. It produces nearly the reality of life. 2. It makes a special appeal to adults in a way that they enjoy and understand. 3. It gives the opportunity of students to clarify thought through their attempts to produce the action and expression of a story. 4. It may evoke visual image more vivid than that of the written word.

WEAKNESSES 1. Confusion with what is to be portrayed by the dramatic expression. 2. It leads to vagueness of imagination. 3. This requires lots of time to practice. 4. This requires very careful performances and few students may qualify.

AUDIOTUTORIAL METHOD
It was developed to handle large numbers of students in as personal a manner as possible.

THREE PHASES OF AT
General Assembly Sessions (GAS) refers to situations in which the entire class assembles. used at beginning of course to orient all students to approach, objectives used during the course to present a film, guest speaker, occasional lecture, or final exam
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THREE PHASES OF AT

2. Independent Study Session (ISS) The second AT phase is independent learning. Each student accesses the compiled course material in units. The audio tape and learning guides originally were provided in a study carrel with a student assistant available to answer questions.

THREE PHASES OF AT

3. Small Assembly Session (SAS) or Integrated Quiz Session (IQS) The third AT phase is the small assembly session in which small teams meet to review weekly materials. A student assistant leads the teams, asking each learner to recite or teach the others about some concept covered that week.

THREE PHASES OF AT

If a student responds incorrectly, other

students can correct the faulty response. After discussion and clarification, a quiz or test is administered to all students.

STRENGTHS
1. The AT problem solving approach has not only minimized the amount of information passing from teacher to students, it has intensified their interaction. 2.AT has not dehumanized the students. 3.Visitors observing the method quickly notice that the instructors are busy with the students, even though they may not be directly answering questions or yielding informations.

4. As students become more confident in his abilities and can work independently, the nature of the dialogue becomes more sophisticated. 5. There is the teachers own evaluation on the progress of the student. 6. Tests are prepared by the combined effort of the assistants and instructors and are aimed at measuring the students ability to use the acquired skills as making accurate observations, interpreting a graph, formulating a hypothesis, designating an experiment and the like, rather than measuring the method directly.

WEAKNESSES
1. The teacher sometimes does not understand her real place in an audiotutorial scheme. 2. Some equipment are expensive. 3. There is no substitute for an alive teacher to inspire and motivate a class. 4. Using a wrong program which does not meet the students need due to negligence.

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