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Bundle This fifty page lesson and study guide focuses on the Pulitzer Prize and Tony award winning Hamilton musical. Steeped in American history and musical rap, students study the origin of the musical, themes, plot, creative team, songs and trivia. Finally, they apply this knowledge in a extension activity designed to secure the learning. This Hamilton Broadway musical lesson can stand alone or be combined with one of my Famous Artist Biographies (Lin Manuel Miranda) or other musical lessons (
BEST SELLERS BUNDLEHere's a close reading lesson to re-energize your class. This biography about the performing artist Lin Manuel Miranda of Hamilton fame, is suitable for middle and high school students and can be used as a stand alone lesson or with other biographies. Each lesson in the Places Please series is tailored to the strengths of that particular artist. In addition, a teacher could assign this lesson to students distance learning. #DistanceLearningTPTThe Teacher will need access to
This THREE WEEK (50 pages) radio theater unit, with roles for 16+ students, teaches everything there is to know about radio theater and performing an original comical radio play written by an award winning middle grade author. It is suitable for middle and high school drama classes or upper elementary gifted classes and includes: • A lesson on the history of radio theater • Information about Foley engineers• Three links to video clips of Foley engineers• Student-created sound effect proje
IMPROVED! This five-day unit on costume design is suitable for high school students and perhaps gifted middle graders. Students learn about the process of costume design, researching, metaphor and have an opportunity to be costume designers. They develop a keen eye for what makes a distinctive design and how to critique their peer's work as well. #DistanceLearning#TPTThe Teacher will need access to YouTube.com.The product includes:Teacher's LetterTeacher's Script for Several Sections of Unit-
This file provides enough content for an entire semester (if you are on block schedule) or year (if you are on traditional schedule). It includes: Vocabulary power points for each unit (*Note that some of the movie examples for the Styles of Drama unit might be a little outdated. Feel free to update them if you wish!) Terminology tests for each unit (most have units have multiple versions of the tests) Performance tests for each unit Activities and exercises for each unit A
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7th - 12th
Need something for that pesky bulletin board? This is a set of 198 posters that highlight content area words of a drama or creative dramatics class. In addition, the set includes suggested uses and word games. This word wall can be displayed all year long or the words can be displayed as they are being used throughout the year. Although these were created for secondary classes, an elementary class could use these as well. The teacher is the expert as to which words their students should study.
Part of a Bundle This two-day lesson and study guide focuses on the Tony award winning In the Heights musical. In the Heights tells the story of a vibrant Hispanic community in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood. Students have an opportunity to become very familiar with the production itself and its journey to Broadway.The lesson can stand alone or be combined with one of my Famous Artist Biographies (Lin Manuel Miranda) or other musical lessons (Hamilton) A teacher could use the lesson
Part of a Bundle The Broadway, Tony Award Winner The Wiz is a fantastic futuristic version of The Wizard of Oz. The Wiz is a retelling of L. Frank Baum's children's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in the context of contemporary African-American culture. This two or three day lesson (50 pages) and study guide on Broadway musicals can stand alone or be combined with one of my Famous Artist Biographies (Lin Manuel Miranda) or other musical lessons (Wicked, Dear Evan Hansen, Hadestown.) This unit
In this Unit I teach the students about Radio Dramas. This lesson plan was something new I did this year for my Theatre I kids and my Theatre II kids were upset that they didn't get to to it. The end product was fantastic.Included in this Unit purchase:- Complete lesson plan which is 8 days long, but could easily be extended to 10 days.- Project information sheet which goes over all of the details and requirements for the final product.- PowerPoint presentation. This Powerpoint goes over all of
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5th - 12th
Part of a Bundle This two or three-day engaging, creative lesson focuses on costume design, the rationale for teaching it and its history. The lesson gives students an opportunity to work cooperatively, solve problems creatively and learn at the same time! Created for students in grades 4 to 8, the product could be used for a one day exploration of the subject, skipping day three. Note: You will need a lot of newspapers to do this. And I mean a. lot!!or purchase plastic garbage bags to use fo
This one or two-day lesson (61 pages) and study guide focuses on the Tony award winning musical Les Miserables. Les Misérables is a sung-through musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's 1862 novel of the story of the June rebellion of 1832, an uprising in Paris against the rule of King Louis-Philippe, fuelled by economic hardship and a cholera epidemic. It was quashed, and is remembered mainly for its inclusion in Hugo's novel. Students have an opportunity to study its journey to Broadway, plot,
PART OF A BUNDLEDuring this eight-day unit on set design students learn about the history of set design, famous set designers, develop a critical eye about what makes up an award- winning set design, create a ground plan for a fairy tale story of their choosing and draw a rendering. In addition, the students must work with ratios and measuring. The first two assignments are completed individually, but then the fun begins! The students are paired up to create a model working together towards the
Fairy Tale ScenariosThis is a 3 part individual/group assignment where groups (of 4-6) are given a problem based on a well known fairy tale where students have to write and perform their solution to the problem. Students will write out a monologue individually and as a group will write the body of the script. After the groups have resolved their problem, each group member will have a chance to reflect on how their character feels after the resolution of the problem. This activity would be appr
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6th - 8th
SAVE TIME AND ENERGY WRITING YOUR REPORT CARDS! Use this bank of well-written Ontario Arts (Music, Drama, Dance, VA) comments to give you new ideas and/or cut and paste them directly into eTeacher, Maplewood, and PowerSchool.We also have comments available for Learning Skills, Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Physical and Health Education, The Arts, and French Immersion.Grade 6 ALL SUBJECTS Report Card Comments + Learning Skills CLICK HERE!-------------------------------------------
Part of a Bundle This Spongebob Squarepants lesson and study guide is a popular musical especially with fans of the Nickelodeon television series. Students learn about the origin, creative team, plot, trivia and apply the learning with a set or costume design assignment. This one or two-day lesson can stand alone or be combined with one of my Famous Artist biographies. Students learn about the history of the production, view video clips, answer questions and learn trivia from the musical. Th
This is a set of 24 inspirational quotes posters highlight famous theater artists. In addition, the set includes suggested uses such as class discussion, improvisation or for an essay. These quotes talk about being your authentic self, how to handle failure, what makes the arts and theater special, being versatile, loving yourself and resiliency. These posters can be displayed all year long or along with a particular theme.Although these were created for secondary classes, an elementary cl
Part of a Bundle This musical theater lesson and study guide focuses on the Tony award winning musical Hairspray. Hairspray tells the story of Tracy Turnblad who advocates for racial integration and succeeds in her mission to integrate The Corny Collins Show. Students have an opportunity to study its journey to Broadway, composers, plot, trivia, etc. The lesson can stand alone or be combined with one of my Famous Artist Biographies (Lin Manuel Miranda or Sarah Bareilles for example) or other mus
This detailed monthly long range plan for the 2009 Ontario Curriculum drama, dance, music and visual art will ensure you teach all the grade 2/3 expectations by the end of the year The file includes two packages. The EDITABLE package has the long range plans with the name of overall expectations laid out monthly. You are able to move the names of the expectations to a month that you would rather teach it in or delete it. Also in this package are blank charts with subject and monthly labels and
Give drama students an opportunity for choices! Great for differentiation and distance learning. These Google slides gives students an opportunity to learn about various theater companies, Marcel Marceau or what is means to be a Foley Engineer. Excellent for gifted learners or students who need independent study or an alternative assignment. How do I use this in my classroom? A teacher could assign this lesson to be completed at home, in-class or as an independent study. Stay Tuned! More ch
The Broadway Tony Award Winner Hadestown is a fantastic, new musical which intertwine classic Greek myths into a love story. Students use a study guide to learn about the show's origin, creative team, plot, trivia, songs and end with an enrichment assignment which can be completed individually or in a group. This two or three day lesson can stand alone or be combined with one of my Famous Artist Biographies (Lin Manuel Miranda) or other musical lessons (Wicked, Dear Evan Hansen). The teacher wil
Looking for a project to teach your students about diverse artists? Incorporate diverse voices into your art, band, choir, or drama classroom. Open your students' eyes to the contributions of Black, Latinx, Native, LGBTQ+ people, and people with disabilities in the fields of visual arts, music, dance, theatre, television, film, and more. All listed individuals were alive during at least part of the 20th century, and many of them are still alive today. This resource includes:A list of more than 3
This package includes 10 ready-to-use lessons for a cross-curricular unit covering Language Arts, Social Studies, and Drama outcomes. In this unit, students will explore the elements of fairy tales, while also identifying community helpers, and methods of transportation in communities.**PLEASE NOTE** This unit was fully updated and re-designed on August 4, 2021. If you purchased before that date, please re-download for the latest version.The package includes: - 10 detailed lesson plans wit
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1st - 3rd
This one or two-day lesson (52 pages) focuses on the Tony award winning musical The Phantom of the Opera. Considered one of the best and most successful musicals in theater history, the story tells of a man shunned by society for his horrible facial deformity, he takes a promising young soprano, Christine, under his wing and grooms her for operatic fame, all the while falling deeply in love with her. As Christine grows ever more successful, and a handsome young man from her past begins to succ
This detailed monthly long range plan for the 2009 Ontario Curriculum drama, dance, music and visual art will ensure you teach all the grade 1/2 expectations by the end of the year The file includes two packages. The EDITABLE package has the long range plans with the name of overall expectations laid out monthly. You are able to move the names of the expectations to a month that you would rather teach it in or delete it. Also in this package are blank charts with subject and monthly labels and

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