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  1. Subhash Rawat says:

    it is rare to find something on rhythm in theatre. thank you for your post.

  2. Thank you for this! It helped me and my friend so much- we are doing a presentation in our English class about Aristotle’s element of rhythm. This helped a lot, more so because we couldn’t really find any other helpful source.

    Thanks again!

  3. Humanity Wisdom says:

    nice and educative post

  4. Thank you very much sir. it helped a lot

  5. can you please recommend a Bibliography about that subject?

  6. Pls tell me about drama creativity

  7. claire ann caballeda says:

    well, thank you for this easy to understand outlines. . .
    🙂

  8. Hi Justin,
    Thank you (and your senior students!) for these easy to use and understand guides.
    I am in my first year of teaching ( and have been having some difficulty getting my Year Ten Drama students enthused about Drama. Your explanations and ideas should come in handy when we return next week!

  9. That’s fantastic news Leiah! Blogs are such an awesome tool and their use in education (by both educators and students) is really taking off now. Although blogging has been around for some years, people in education circles are just starting to realise the potential of blogging. I know my current Year 12 Drama students are, at their own admission, “addicted”!

    Justin

  10. This is great stuff Justin, you have inspired me to start my own blog with my students, it has proven to be really successful and i am now perpetuating throughout the staffroom, teachers are really getting into it!
    Leiah

  11. No worries Mary! Happy to help out.

  12. Mary Thornhill says:

    Thanks again Justin for your time, enthusiasm and advice! Fabulous work and we’re looking forward to getting up to speed!

  13. Nice, easy to understand examples! I wish I knew about this blog when I was doing VCE Drama!