References

Footnotes:

  1. (Balkin, 1990, p.29)
  2. (Balkin, 1990, p.30)
  3. (Slade, 1954, p. unknown)
  4. (Williams, 1961, 46 cited Fryer 2010, p.52)
  5. (VCAA, 2006 p.2)
  6.  (Barnes 1976, p.14 cited Doecke & McClenaghan, p.254).
  7. (Goat Island, 2000, 12-13 cited Fryer, 2010 p.559)
  8. (Balkin, 1990, p.90)
  9. (Schonmann, 2011, p. 42)
  10. (Schonmann, 2011, p.227)
  11. (Carroll, Anderson, & Cameron, 2006, p.xvi. cited Schonmann, 2011, p.228).
  12. (Balkin, 1990, p.32)
  13. (Balkin, 1990, p.32)
  14. (Balkin, 1990, p.32)
  15. (Balkin, 1990, p.32)

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McLauchlan, D. (2011), What makes a great high school drama teacher?, In Schonmann, S (ed.) (2011), Key Concepts in Theatre/Drama Education, 39-44, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam; Boston.

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ACARA 2012, Draft Australian Curriculum: The Arts Curriculum Foundation to Year 10 Viewed 14 October, 2012, Available: http://consultation.australiancurriculum.edu.au/Static/docs/The%20Arts/DRAFT%20Australian%20Curriculum%20The%20Arts%20Foundation%20to%20Year%2010%20July%202012.pdf

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