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Volume 1 Number 4, January 1935
"Play making in the school group" describes the kind of play that grows through the school experience (in this case, a field trip) and takes form in the school life."
"The use of pantomime in developing acting techniques" describes the teacher's first steps in guiding young children beyond pretend play toward dramatic form through the use of pantomime."
Bank Street College of Education
play, early childhood education, progressive education, imagination
Curriculum and Instruction | Educational Methods
Steele, E. W., & Perry, C. (1935). Play Making in the School Group; The Use of Pantomime in Developing Acting Techniques. Bank Street College of Education. Retrieved from http://educate.bankstreet.edu/sixty-nine-bank-street/4