[Autom. eng. transl.] This text is addressed to a wide audience of readers: not only theater specialists, but also and above all to teachers, social workers, educators and volunteers so that they can acquire knowledge concerning theatrical education and train skills to design and conduct a laboratory intervention . It is thought that it is necessary to encourage the formation of an idea concerning the theatrical experience especially in schools, as it has been found that theatrical practice can contribute to the development of subjects in the developmental and learning phases. The first chapter analyzes the importance of narration in literary communication and underlines how this aspect is favored by theatrical activity. The second chapter deals more specifically with the narrative text and its components. The third chapter deals with the use of storytelling in schools through the theater workshop from the creative project to the exercises. The fourth chapter describes the essential aspects for a necessary planning of the intervention of Education for Theatricality in the school; different proposals for laboratory pathways are given, providing a programming hypothesis according to a structure composed of didactic units.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] A teaching for theater through a model: narration|
|Number of pages||231|
|Publication status||Published - 2000|
- Pedagogia Teatrale