This fun lesson focuses on a play-writing exercise--the monologue and beginning acting. Students select a object indicative of St. Patrick's Day which the teacher provides from this lesson and write a monologue speaking as the object. Then, they design the object on their own paper and perform their monologue. Students don't even realize they are studying play-writing. Just copy and go! #DistanceLearningTPT
This lesson was created for a creative dramatics, introduction to theater or creative writing class in Language Arts.
If you are hosting an open house for your students' parents, this would be a nice performance for them to see.
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Created by an award winning, veteran drama teacher of thirty-eight years.
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