Alexander Weng Petersen & Mette Maria Hein Christiansen

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


ENGLISH RESUME This report on experiencing and understanding drama in a school context investi-gates where and how it is possible to locate drama in the public school curriculum and how drama is experienced and perceived in relation to other courses by the pupils. Due to statistics, the subject of drama in the public school curriculum seems to generally be under priority in opposition to traditional school courses. This is contradictory to the emphasis that is constantly put upon the relevance of the con-tent of the drama course that can benefit the students in both their further educa-tion as well as in their quest towards becoming socialised and democratic citizens. Concern is raised regarding the tension between these two immediate structural, institutional contrasts. Thus the emergence of this investigation. The report contains eight chapters. Throughout the course of these eight chapters, the object of investigation, as well as how the investigation was approached, will be presented to the reader, where after an analysis of the produced empirical data featuring its results, will follow. Afterwards, the presented results will be used to propose a conclusion to how the subject of drama in the public school curriculum can be perceived in a broader school context.

UddannelserPædagogik og Uddannelsesstudier, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
Udgivelsesdato16 dec. 2013
VejledereKim Rasmussen


  • dramafænomen
  • Drama
  • konstruktivisme
  • dramaundervisning
  • folkeskole
  • dramafag
  • Bruner
  • fænomenologi