The idea of the Play It Out Loud project is using drama lessons to reduce shyness which is a “tip of the iceberg” indicating deeper socialization difficulties. Drama is natural way of playing, behaving and thinking of children. Cognitive therapies are less useful for children than drama. It is not easy to explain and teach small child to think and behave in an expected way without action and role playing. Drama exercises are also very useful for the classroom application because it concerns a group process and drama can be use for more purposes: learning knowledge, skills, creativity, attitudes and values.
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