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On the Background and Significance of Enriching Drama Education Classroom Scenes

Ziqian Hong


This article mainly starts from the expectations of drama education and its uniqueness, and expounds the meaning, requirements and expectations of enriching the classroom scene of drama education. The article is divided into five parts: the first part clarifies the background of the topic selection and the research purpose; the second part illustrates the four-fold expectations of the educated for themselves, parents for their children, the school for students, and society for the youth. The third part compares traditional cultural classrooms and traditional drama societies to illustrate the uniqueness of drama education classrooms from four aspects: educational goals, teaching relationships, teaching methods, and teaching scenarios; the fourth part clarifies the two most important aspects of enriching the drama education scene. The fifth part summarizes the full text and looks forward to the rich drama education classroom scene that makes full use of the existing resources.


Drama Education; Pedagogy; Teaching Scenarios; Expectations and Functions

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i6.7734