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MA Dissertations

Selected MA Dissertations

  • Using response theory to understand how drama can promote children's reading: a case study (Zoe, Wing Tee Tam)

  • An exploration of the importance of drama in empowering Afro-Caribbean boys (Marie Dawn Williams)
  • Towards a theory for drama education (Stephen Harvey)
  • The impact of drama on young children's language and social skills (Margarita Mourettou)
  • What makes TIE an artistic and educational experience: an organic unity of artistry and participatory pedagogy supported by committed actor-teachers (Doris, Siu-foon Fok)
  • Understanding the meanings and engaging with the language of a written text:an approach through drama (Tota Panagiotou)
  • Where drama meets stories in child second language acquisition: learning English with Little Red Riding Hood (Sabina, Li-yu Chang)
  • Chasing rainbows?--evaluating creativity in education (Helen Lloyd)
  • Devising theatre with primary school children in Cyprus (Rena Nathanael)
  • Drama in integrated education: thoughts and work (Jack Shu)
  • Addressing unhelpful gendered behaviour through drama (Yve Hardford-Brown)
  • How can drama as a pegagogic method facilitate the acquisition of English as an additional language for ethnic minority children? (Irene Palechorou)
  • Drama and the education of the emotions (Erifily Vladimirou)
  • The applied dramatic form (Christos Kaniklidis)
  • How can drama facilitate Hong Kong secondary students' engagement with ethical issues? (Tanya Kempston)
  • Imagination: a pedagogy of the intelligence of feeling through drama (Angela Hadjipanteli)