SCENARIO JOURNAL (http://www.ucc.ie/en/scenario/) invites contributions on drama and theater in second and foreign language learning for its seventeenth issue (2015-1).
The fifteenth issue (2014-1) has just gone online, featuring contributions from teaching and learning contexts in Australia, England, Germany, Italy, and Japan: http://research.ucc.ie/scenario/current.
Inma Alvarez (Open University, UK) and Ana Beaven (C.I.L.T.A. Language Center, University of Bologna, Italy): Non-formal Drama Training for In-Service Language Teachers.
Jonathan Sharp (University of Tübingen, Germany): Drama in ‘Sprachpraxis’ at a German University English Department: Practical Solutions to Pedagogical Challenges.
Eucharia Donnery (Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan): Process Drama in the Japanese University EFL Classroom: The Emigration Project.
Erika Piazzoli and Claire Kennedy (Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia): Drama: Threat or Opportunity? Managing the ‘Dual Affect’ in Process Drama a research.
Alexander Riedmüller (Buenos Aires, Argentina) reports on a theater tour through Central and South America (February to June 2013), and Friedhelm Roth-Lange (Vienna Austria/Cologne, Germany) writes about a theatre festival for young people at the Volksbühne Berlin (June 2014).
The issue ends with an interview between Hanne Seitz (Fachhochschule Potsdam, Germany) and SCENARIO: Über Ästhetisches und Performatives.
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