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Why Use Drama? Reader's Theater Tips, Strategies, & Teacher's Guide
This four-page, three-part article provides tips and strategies to make the most of your reader's theater or classroom play activities. "Why Use Drama?" reveals some of the research about how the reader's theater model builds fluency and comprehension. Use it to defend against all the text-book pus
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Drama Costume Design Project
I created this project as a way for students to learn about costuming in an assigned/chosen time period without sitting through lectures. The students must research the main type of dress, outer garments, headdress/hairstyles, accessories, and any other important information they come across. Th
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Theatre Dictionary - Over 750 Practical Theatrical Terms & Their Definitions
New York's Off-Broadway Theatre Collective, The Group Theatre Too's THEATRE DICTIONARY of over 750 practical theatrical terms and their definitions by Broadway, Film and Television veteran Michael Blevins is an invaluable must-have resource for teachers [and students] of drama and theatre. This 96 p
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Macbeth Research Project
This is a group research project students can do before they start Macbeth to better understand the play and the time period. This project works for honors and college prep classes best.
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Film and Analysis Essay Rubric
Great for an essay dissecting films, such as in comparison/contrast with a literary work or as a media analysis project. Easy to fill out and thorough.
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Creative Problem Solving Using Sociodrama in Education
Problem solving is the main foundation of a young child’s learning in life. Opportunities for problem solving occur in everyday contexts, not just educational spaces, and as such, educators must account for a child’s social, cognitive, and emotional knowledge and experiences in order to help him or
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Character Trait Doc (Getting to Know Your Character)
Whether you are a creative fiction writer, playwright, or a screenwriter, this doc helps students understand that they need to know their character's complete interior and exterior world before they begin to write about him/her/them. After amassing a list of traits and responding to the doc's specif
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The Crucible Group Research Project
I started this group research project with my students this year and it yielded amazing results. As our society changes, we can actually look and see how certain aspects never seem to change and we can question it with fresh new eyes.
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Shakespeare's Life and Time Final Test
Each year, I teach the life and time of Shakespeare. The students also memorize one of his monologues or sonnets. The last essay question makes reference to the monologue/sonnet experience. Believe it or not, the students rate this unit as their favorite.
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Shakespeare Senior Multi-Media Project Lesson Plan
Shakespeare Senior English Multi-Media Research Project This is a full blown multi-media project that can substitute for the end of the year research paper. Contains details, sample project in Power Point and outlines for the project using Shakespearean actors as the topic. Great cure for that sen
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Best Quotations from Romeo and Juliet
A reference work for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet including a very complete collection of the best quotations, including such gems as: He jests at scars that never felt a wound. But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and Juliet is the sun. See, how she leans her cheek
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Best Quotations from Julius Caesar
A collection of the best (but not always the most familiar) quotations from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, including such gems as: Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him. The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interred with their bones
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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind: Viewing Guide
If you've got a more mature classroom, this movie will perfectly set up any discussion on theme or symbolism. Included in this short packet, you will find a viewing guide, two different writing prompts, a set of discussion questions, and a research log. Have fun and enjoy studying this challenging f
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Theatre for Social Change Unit
Corbin Abernathy is proud to present a Theatre for Social Change unit of work which utilizes practical exercises of the Epic Theatre style of Bertolt Brecht. This unit of work is designed to help your students give voice to what they might wish to change in their world. Epic Theatre was created to
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Art Analysis Strategies: Artist's Journal (in role)
This lesson is part of a sequence (or bundle) pertaining to Art Analysis Strategies. This one integrates Drama activities, specifically, writing a journal response "in role", pretending to be the artist, and reviewing imaginary experiences, all based on extensive research into the artist's real lif
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Mock Trial on the Atom Bomb
Mock Trial: Case of Who is Responsible?America is on trial for War Crimes (an action carried out during the conduct of a war that violates accepted international rules of war) in using the atom bomb on Nagasaki and Hiroshima.Includes: Roles, Trial Procedures, Opening Statements, Research questions,
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"Hamlet" Quotation Test and Literary Analysis Essay Prompts
Included in this zip file is a 7 page quotation test, asking students to identify the speaker of the quotation and then discuss its significance. They are broken into Acts so the test could be easily broken into five tests/quizzes. There are unique bonus questions at the end of the test as well. An
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Short Introduction to Shakespeare: Fun Activities and Student Lead Learning
Intro to Shakespeare: Many students are intimidated by Shakespeare because of the difficult language. This 2-3 day introduction gives students a chance to get comfortable with Shakespeare’s language and learn about life in Elizabethan England. This introduction requires no teaching on the part of th
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Theatrical Genre - Definition and Example Activity
Students research characteristics and examples for several popular theatrical genres from around the world. There are 35 genres listed as part of this assignment, including Noh theatre, puppetry, memory play, Greek tragedy, and parody.This research assignment could be done as part of one unit on gen
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