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Drama Reflection
A simple drama reflection to see how much students enjoyed the activities throughout the unit. Also a simple assessment tool to test whether students could match each drama technique studied to their definition.
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Fun with English - Funglish
This is a method of teaching English as a foreign language through theatre and drama techniques. This module is for children between the ages of 5 and 7. This pack includes two lesson plans for the theme of summer, which in total has 6 lessons. It includes a list of items to use in a prop box, fl
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Let's Get Dramatic! Using Drama with ESL/ELD: Techniques for Using Plays
Using plays in the ESL classroom is a great way to motivate student creativity, decrease inhibitions, encourage natural language use and build students’ self- confidence while improving their reading and speaking skills. These drama techniques have been proven effective with low intermediate to adva
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Interpreting Body Language Using Image Theater Techniques, Preview
This lesson plan was designed for 7-12 grade students with communication disorders like ASD or Asperger's Syndrome. The students have the opportunity to react to, interpret and create "Image Theater," as conceived by Augusto Boal, and interpreted by myself. The functions of body language and facial
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"The Bugliest Bug" Story Drama
A lesson for young elementary students (K-2) that dramatizes the book "The Bugliest Bug" by Carol Diggory Shields. This sweet story is about a little insect, Dilly, who wants to compete in the Bugliest Bug contest, but she is too small. Well (spoiler alert!), the judges of the contest are spiders
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Creating an Infomercial (propaganda techniques)
I do this project at the end of every year. It takes about a week for the kids to get into the groove of it. They really like the freedom to do whatever they want, either selling or supporting a cause, and then I film them on my iPad. We all spend a class period after we present them watching the ot
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Whiz Learners Phonics-Speech & Drama Teaching Tool Kit (Free Sample)
The Whiz Learners Phonics-Speech & Drama Teaching Tool Kit provides you with comprehensive and customised lessons to enrich your child’s reading and drama skills. It covers the 3 types of decoding strategies that help beginning readers with the oral equivalent of a written word, amalgamating p
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Drama - Stage Combat RUBRIC
This is the rubric that I use to mark them during their STAGE COMBAT presentations.It includes a mark for-the "nap", the sound the "HIT" makes-the sell-proper techniquesetc.They also give themselves a mark for their rehearsal time.NOTE - there's two on one page to make it easier to mark multiple gro
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Also included in: Drama - Physical Comedy Unit - Bundle - Complete Unit

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Rehearsal Techniques
This step by step guide will lead the teacher through the process or preparing students to perform, specifically with 10 easy to follow rehearsal techniques.
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Cinematic Techniques graphic organizer
This graphic organizer includes 29 cinematic technique terms and space for definitions, and it is broken up into the following categories:shotscamera anglescamera movementlighting soundediting Perfect for film studies, multi-genre analysis in ELA, acting/drama class, etc.
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Introduction to Drama Workbook - Drama Basic Skills
This comprehensive workbook covers a range of basic Drama skills, from freeze-frames to thought-tracking and tableaus. The techniques and vocabulary here taught can be enjoyed as a self-contained unit, but can also form the basis of further study - see the inclusion of the full student-friendly Dram
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Easy to follow directions, using right brain drawing techniques, showing how to draw Drama Masks.Visit my You Tube Channel: Patty Fernandez Artistfor over 500 other FREE videos that integrates the Visual Arts, with other content areas you teach in a school day.Share my You Tube Channel: Patty Fernan
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Literary and Informational Text FREEBIE: 5 Reading Passages and Task Cards
This ELA reading connection FREEBIE is a product that you can use today in your classroom. This five-part Literary and Informational Text Resource includes five different reading passages with corresponding task cards. There is no prep. Just print and go. You will see your students have a deeper
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Middle School Compare & Contrast Mini Lesson (digital media vs traditional)
This lesson was used in a middle school reading intervention class. It teaches the skill of comparing and contrasting through the reading of the ancient greek myth of Hercules and the Hydra to the Disney video clip. The purpose of this class is to provide supplemental reading instruction to students
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Cool Masks/ Puppets
Easy and fun puppet masks to make with your students or as props for a class play. All you need are wire hangers, old pantyhose and some felt or whatever materials you and/or your students want to use to create the face. This is a great way to invite students to participate in the Dramatic Arts and
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**Freebie** Poem of the Month
Includes a famous poem for each month of the school year with a brief bio and picture from authors such as Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, etc. Why Poem of the Month? To increase fluency in reading, I have my students memorize a poem each month. They recite it on the
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"Smarty Britches: Nouns": Theater
This Smarty Activity accompanies the educational storybook iPad app "Smarty Britches: Nouns." This interactive storybook app is available for the iPad at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/smarty-britches-nouns/id546046418?mt=8interactive, and provides free curriculum at appswithcurriculum.com. Commo
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Film and Literature- Comparing Written to Film (Nanny McPhee)
This Nanny McPhee compare and contrast lesson is part of a larger Film and Lit unit. The unit fulfills the Common Core standard for Reading Literature #7 for 7th and 8th grades. (Compare and contrast a written story, drama, or poem to its audio, filmed, staged, or multimedia version, analyzing the e
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Gah Yázhí
Little rabbit (Gah Yázhí) is taught by his mother to not play in the road. Navajo language is used for key terms. Children learn to listen to their parents, and to be safe. Native American story telling techniques by Dr. Roy E Howard.
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Strategies and Tips for Energizing and Teaching Better Role-Plays
Strategies and Tips for Energizing and Teaching Better Role-Play I used to teach role-play and drama to ESL/ELL kids at a college and I came up with this list of strategies and techniques for teaching better role-plays. I have used it as a teacher training and also with my high school Langua
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The Dramatic Classroom
Drama Scripts or Spontaneous Role Play? ​Drama activities can be integrated into many areas of the curriculum whether it is a formally scripted and rehearsed skit, an activity used to practise acting techniques, or drama games that encourage "thinking outside the box". The Dramatic Classroom This
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Role Play of our Classroom Routines *FRENCH*
Best Classroom Management technique: practice, practice, practice. Have fun while practicing! This is a series of 2 sets of role play scenes: one for September and one for January, based on my classroom routines. Editable in WORD, to fit your needs and your students. Divide your class into the n
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"Face Your Fear" Public Speaking Game
The game everyone’s ​talking ​about is a game to help improve speaking skills. The purpose of this game is to teach successful communication techniques while providing an opportunity to overcome the fear of public speaking. Participants will: Learn the heart of successful communicationLearn to think
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'Thinking Outside The Box' - 3 Lessons combining Literacy and The Arts
In this unit, students explore different concepts and techniques in the arts domain. Students are encouraged, through learning experiences in the areas of drama, dance and music, to think outside the box. The main focus of this unit of work is exploring, broadening and enhancing the children’s perso
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