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Number 40. (2002)
Special IssueTheatre and the Art of Teaching
Theoretical Introduction
  • Prolegomena to “Theater and the Art of Teaching”    ODANAKA Akihiro
  • A Theatrical Space Called “Classroom”   SATOMI Minoru
Treatises in the Special Issue
  • Drama Therapy in School: the Healing Potential of Theatre in the Field of Education   ONOE Akeyo
  • Possibility of Theatre Education in Elementary School     KINOSHITA Izumi
  • Theatre Education and Teaching Materials of Japanese Language: A Study of
    the Dialogue Text by Oriza HIRATA   NAMBA Hirotaka
  • The Teacher’s Role in the Class of Theatre Sports Improvisation    TAKAO Takashi
  • A Learning Process Designed as Theatre: A Case Study of EN 15 “It’s all about the MONEY”   WATANABE Juni
  • An Application of Performance Theories to Teaching at Junior College   HISATSUGU Hiroko
  • How Traditional Art Techniques are Taught / Learned? : Community as School and Traditional Performance Arts in Japan   SAIGÔ Yufuko
  • Traditional Performance Arts and Education   IWAI Masami
Treatises
  • The Event Composed: on Nobumitsu’s waki Noh, Hikami    HIRABAYASHI Kazunari
Treatises
Editor:   MÔRI Mitsuya  +Guest editors of the special issue:   ODANAKA Akihiro