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It's time for another PGCE Research Bites! Emma is joined by Lucy Gooding to discuss her research into the place of oracy in drama. We hope you find this interesting and useful!
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Alexander, R. (2020) A Dialogic Teaching Companion. New York: Routledge.
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Oracy Matters. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.
Boyd, M.P. and Markarian, W.C. (2011) Dialogic teaching: talk in service of a dialogic stance.
Language and Education, Vol. 25 No. 6, pp. 519-520.
Brookfield, S. (2006) The Skilful Teacher: On technique, trust and responsiveness in the
classroom. 2nd Edn. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass.
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Donaldson, G. (2018) Literacy Framework Guidance. Cardiff: Education Wales, pp.1-7. Donaldson, G. (2015) Successful Futures. Wales: Crown, pp.1-31.
Gaunt, A. and Stott, A. (2019) Transform Teaching and Learning through Talk. 1st ed. London: Rowman and Littlefield.
Haworth, A. (2001) The re-positioning of oracy: a millennium project? Cambridge Journal of Education, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 11-23.
Jalongo, M. (1995) Promoting Active Listening in the Classroom. 1st ed. [ebook] Indiana, Pennsylvania, pp.13-17. Available at: [Accessed 27 April 2021].
Kempe, A. and Nicholson, H. (2007) Learning To Teach Drama 11-18. London: Continuum.
Literacy Framework (2020) Literacy Framework [ebook] Welsh Government, pp.2-3. Available at: [Accessed 7 May 2021].
Maxwell, D. Burnett, P. Reidy, D. Willis, B. and Demack, S. (2015) Oracy Curriculum, Culture and Assessment Toolkit. [ebook] London: Education Endowment Foundation, pp.12-31. Available at: [Accessed 12 April 2021].
Mercer, N. and Hodgkinson, S. (2008) Exploring Talk in School. 1st ed. London: Sage Publications, pp.18-25.
Mercer, N. and Mannion, J. (2018) Oracy across the Welsh curriculum. 1st ed. [ebook] Cambridge: Oracy Cambridge, pp.7-64. Available at: [Accessed 26 April 2021].
Nemec, P. Spagnolo, A. and Soydan, A. (2017) Can You Hear Me Now? Teaching Listening Skills. Vol 40. [ebook] Washington: American Psychological Association, pp.415-417.
Stinson, M. (2015) Speaking up about oracy: the contribution of drama pedagogy to enhanced oral communication. English Teaching: Practice & Critique, [online] 14(3), pp.303-313. Available at: [Accessed 17 April 2021].
Palmer, E. (2014) Teaching the Core Skills of Listening and Speaking. 1st ed. N/A: ASCD, pp. 60-70.
Voice21.org. (2020) Oracy [online] Available at: [Accessed 27 April 2021]. “oracy is the ability to articulate ideas, develop understanding and engage with others through spoken language”
Wagner, B.J. (1998), Educational Drama and Language Arts: What Research Shows, Heinemann, Portsmouth, NH.