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Learner Beliefs Regarding The Use Of Drama In A CLIL Classroom
C. S. Rathore
The presentation discusses a study that included 68 Japanese and four international university students and inquired into their past experiences with drama in the English classroom and their beliefs regarding the use of drama in a university-level CLIL class. The presentation also discusses the experiences of international students who participated in a process drama project and their beliefs regarding the applicability of drama in the English classroom. The results of the study displayed apprehension, reluctance, and shyness on one hand, and beliefs regarding the usefulness of drama and it’s enjoyability on the other.