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- Product Description
The Broadway musical, Come From Away tells a heart warming story which occurred the day after 9/11. This lesson works as an arts integration in a language arts or social studies class studying American history as well as drama or a gifted/talented class. A review of Come From Away states, "it genuinely captures the power of the human spirit in times of crisis during 9/11 reminding us all that even when it may seem like the world is ending, somewhere in a tiny town no one has heard of people are performing selfless acts that will affect generations to come."
In addition, a teacher could assign this lesson for students who are distance learning. #DistanceLearningTPT]
Note: I have created a digital version of this lesson which is included in the price of this product! I split off the pages which a student would need and added answer boxes to the questions sheet. I hope this helps you.
Need a quick emergency lesson plan? Or one for a substitute? Everything is provided for the busy teacher.
This Product includes:
- Letter to Teacher
- Warm Up--MY Version of a Popular Physical Warm Up
- Teacher's Script--What I Say and How I Say it!
- Photos of Gander, Newfoundland where the story takes place and the airstrip which became the connector between strangers
- Plot of the Musical
- Synopsis of the Musical
- A Brief Description of the Operation Yellow Ribbon and 9/12, what occurred the day after the 9/11 attacks
- Separate File of Photos for Teacher's Use in Lecture
- History about the Origination of the Production
- Information on the Director, Christopher Ashley
- Information on the Writing Team co-composers & playwrights David Hein and Irene Sankuff
- A Shortened Lesson on : What are the Tony Awards?
- List of Tony Awards
- New York City Map with Competing Theaters Labeled
- Student Note Page
- Teacher Note Page Key
- Trivia about Come From Away and Broadway Musicals with Some Surprising Facts!
- Lyrics from "Welcome to the Rock"--Good for Class Discussions or as a Jumping Off Point
- Extension Activities--Terrific Suggestions of Ways to Secure the Learning and Enrich the Experience, Individual and Group
- Sources & Links to Film Clips from the Show
- And More!
Comprehensive? You bet.
This is a unique, engaging product created by an award winning, veteran drama teacher of 38 years.
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Here's what reviewers have said of Dramamommaspeaks products:
“A resource that includes everything you need! Two-days of diving into the world of Tony Awards, students will love it. Brimming with fascinating trivia!”
“WOW! WHAT an AWESOME Resource!!!! Thanks for providing the questions, the links, a couple of different teaching options. This could be a great sub plan, but I know every teacher wants to do this lesson for themselves. Love that you finished with a great tweet from L M Miranda. Kids are gonna love THIS!”
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