Broadway musicals are very popular with our students. Let's teach them about the PROCESS of creating a musical of their own! This lesson lasts six days and gives your students an opportunity to work cooperatively and become playwrights and lyricists by adapting a portion of a children's book. It is most successful with students in eighth through eleventh grade, especially students new to theater class or in a Language Arts class. In addition, a teacher could use this lesson with students who are distance learning #DistanceLearningTPT
Please note: To teach this lesson, you will need to check your school library or purchase several children's books. I have used a Berenstain Bears book for the example.
Note: I created a digital version of this lesson for you which is included in the product! I split up the students' pages and placed answer boxes on several pages. I hope this helps you.
This product includes:
- a letter to the teacher
- warm up---MY version of this popular exercise
- teacher's script--what I say and how I say it!
- procedure for the entire lesson
- outline assignment
- example of outline
- detailed assignment sheet for students
- storyboard template
- rubric--FULLY EDITABLE
Created by an award-winning drama teacher of thirty-eight years.
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"This is such an original and creative drama unit. It is extremely thorough and has everything I need. I think you covered all the bases. Excellent resource, I highly recommend."
"I love the challenges included in this resource and what it does to storytelling. I can't wait to try them with my students! Thank you!"
An absolutely comprehensive package that is easy to implement- what a time saver! A creative way of encouraging students to learn about stage properties set and sound design, view video examples, take notes, and simply be creative! Looking forward to using this!
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