The class is the lowest stream of a secondary modern school. It has an open time-table in which will be inserted “Drama” for two half-hours a week. The elements of drama may surely lie here. The child cannot help using his imagination to some degree if he uses these shops to help him with his arithmetic. While keeping the interests and ideas of the children in mind, it is probable that the taste and inclinations of the teacher will guide the work on individual lines. Clear speaking can be encouraged by telephone conversations with a real instrument for preference. Simple conversations begin, such as asking the doctor to call or a telephone message to a shop, followed by some practice in the use of the telephone in connexion with the emergency services. Under careful guidance there is available material for dramatic expression in almost everything the children do.