Development of instructional design model for drama course offered in faculty of education

Özbek, Gökçen
The main aim of this study is to develop an instructional design model of drama course for preservice teachers in Faculty of Education. Firstly, to reach this aim the models in the literature were reviewed and the model was created as synthesis of them. In addition of this, the drama courses at universities were examined and the last version of this model was shaped. Secondly, the effectiveness of the model was tested through developing a drama instruction to the preservice English Language teachers. The sample was consisted of 16 preservice teachers from the department of English Language Teaching in Faculty of Education, Middle East Technical University. The results of the study showed that the instructional design model worked appropriately in constructing a drama education course and this 10-week drama course had a positive effect on the preservice teachers’ tendency towards drama and basic knowledge about drama. Furthermore, this study revealed the process of drama instruction in universities step by step for the practitioners who works in education field.


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G. Özbek, “Development of instructional design model for drama course offered in faculty of education,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2009.