By Euripides, Denys L. Page
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They begin to pretend to be their role models at times of their own choosing and become increasingly able to sustain their dramatic play. Adult coparticipation is not necessary but is often welcomed as long as the adult does not hijack the fiction and move it too far away from areas of interest to the child. Sensitive adults will get a sense of, and respect, the child's imagined world before entering it. Young children's play tends to be rather repetitive and somewhat ritualistic when they are left 32 With Drama in Mind DRAMATIC PLAY AND LEARNING to their own play but, with a perceptive and involved adult, it can be moved sensitively into an exploration of what is not yet known.
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I wonder how you might decide to do that? Pick up the clay again and make it into a sausage shape now. 3. Good, I could see that some of you were really concentrating on what you were doing then. Now I want you to make it into a sausage shape again but this time I want you to find a different way of doing it. 4. Now roll the imaginary clay back into a ball shape and hold it still while I explain the next challenge to you. Think carefully about what you will need to do first... and when you are ready, start making that model of a person.