Ten Ways to Use Drama to Develop Writing Skills

Creative drama can have a positive impact on children’s writing skills. Drama games and activities provide our children with a wealth of make believe experiences they will want to write about and structured drama techniques help them focus on the writing skills they need.

  • Using role play to develop contexts for writing
  • Using drama techniques to deepen the children’s understanding of a topic
  • Storytelling techniques are a great stimulus to writing

About this INSET

We will look at a wealth of drama activities and skills to help children want to write, while at the same time focusing on the literacy skills they need to develop in either key stage one or key stage 2.

This training will provide you with:

  • Practical drama games that can be used in the classroom to stimulate writing.
  • A pedagogy where students have a reason and context for writing.
  • Ideas for writing in role to free up creativity. 


Audience:
This course is appropriate for primary schools.

  • Class teachers or SLT
  • English leads/coordinators
  • KS1 and KS2

Contact Us

If you have any questions about this INSET day, please do not hesitate to contact us. Please fill in the form below to send us a message. Alternatively, feel free to get in touch with us by email: info@tteducation.co.uk

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