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Test Number 65
Title The Creative Dramatics Test
Author Hansel, N.
Category Performance
Copyright Date 1976
Availability Out of print
Age/Grade Level K-5
Cost Current information not available
Source Out of print.
web or e-mail  
Purposes This instrument is designed to identify six elements of child drama: sensory awareness, emotional responsiveness, object reality, concentration, dialogue, movement.
Characteristics Openness and Courage to Explore Ideas

Fair The manual offers administration directions and scoring instructions.

Poor Information not available

Poor Information not available

Fair This instrument can be administered to groups of 2 to 5, by any two professionals with observer scoring skills and knowledge of the criteria to be scored. It is untimed requiring 20-30 minutes to complete. Scoring is done by hand locally by two teachers simultaneously.

Poor Eleven category scores and one total score are produced per child. Interpretation information is lacking.

Poor Information not available

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