Chapter One: Towards a Humanizing Curriculum
Chapter Two: And Quick as That
Based on The Follower by Richard Thompson
Chapter Three: Memories for Miss Nancy
Based on Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge by Mem Fox
Chapter Four: New Boots for Winter
Based on Those Shoes by Maribeth Boelts
Chapter Five: I'm Too Old for a Trike Now
Based on Tricycle by Elisa Amado
Chapter Six: Now, Write!
Based on The Composition by Antonio Skarmeta
Chapter Seven: The Wealth of the Sea
Based on The Fish Princess by Irene Watts
Chapter Eight: Mary Ellery, Traveler in Space
Based on a text created by Norah Morgan
Chapter Nine: A Piece of Bread
Based on Rose Blanche by Roberto Innocenti
Chapter Ten: Aqua Pura
Based on Beneath the Surface by Gary Crew
Chapter Eleven: I Longs for Bloo Skys
Based on Woolvs in the Sitee by Margaret Wild
Glossary of Drama Strategies
Appendix: Making a Story Drama Structure
Carole Miller, professor emeritus, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, Faculty of Education, and Juliana Saxton, professor emeritus, Department of Theatre, both teach at the University of Victoria, Canada, and hold adjunct appointments at the University of Sydney, Australia. They are internationally recognized master teachers and recipients of Excellence in Teaching Awards. Their award-winning book, Into the Story: Language in Action Through Drama, is used internationally in both elementary and secondary classrooms as a text for pre-service teachers.
Juliana Saxton is Professor Emeritus in the Faculty of Fine Arts/Department of Theatre, and Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Victoria. She is also one of the authors of Into the Story 2.
'Into the Story 2 delineates the context in which story drama 'fulfils mandated curriculum, stimulates learning and generates interest and engagement'(Miller and Saxton 2016: 2). Miller and Saxton accomplish this through articulating their current theoretical approach to planning story drama followed by a series of ten story drama lesson plans that can serve either as demonstrations of what this work looks like in context or as practical drama lessons that can be implemented by classroom teachers or other drama practitioners.'-- Jonathan Jones, Journal of Applied Arts & Health
'The stories chosen for exploration have a high literary value and are well illustrated, often beautifully so. The narratives are powerful and moving focusing on, for example, age and memory loss, social inequality, poverty, political oppression, the holocaust, and the threat to the environment. In this the work recognises children's ability to respond sensitively to challenging and sometimes disturbing themes and issues. '-- Andy Kempe, Drama magazine
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