Drama Improv Games and activities - for high school

Drama Improv Games and activities -  for high school
Drama Improv Games and activities -  for high school
Drama Improv Games and activities -  for high school
Drama Improv Games and activities -  for high school
Drama Improv Games and activities -  for high school
Drama Improv Games and activities -  for high school
Drama Improv Games and activities -  for high school
Drama Improv Games and activities -  for high school
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  1. This is a BUNDLE of all my high school student's most favourite improv games that we play for our spontaneous unit within our improv unit.They're SO important to have on hand for not only the unit - but for when you have a bit of time left in class and they're begging you to play a game...or just to
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  2. This is a complete improvisation unit, with loads of fun stuff to keep the students engaged and learning so much about presenting and being confident thinking on their feet.(it's my absolute #1 favourite unit!).It includes 31 pages of all the key things you need to teach the unit from start to finis
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This is a list of all my most FAVOURITE games that we play in high school for improv - based off students suggestions, of course.
I included all of the ones that they continuously beg me to play.
These are broken down for you in an easy to understand way.

Sometimes when searching for Improv games, it can be overwhelming - there's just so many out there and they're for all different grade levels.
These are the very best ones that I've gathered and used over the years.
They're hilarious and make the "spontaneous" improv part of the unit a lot of fun!

This is a resource that includes:
-4 warm up's and INTRO TO IMPROV games (the basics, to help them understand all the elements of improv and to get them to work together)
-10 Spontaneous improv games
(includes how students will sit or stand in the room / description / variations /tips)
-Improv "LOOK FOR's" - things to emphasize to students
(can also be used to assess them)

A lot of them require zero set-up, which is important, depending on your access to resources and props.

My goal with this resource is to make this really open, really unstructured part of the unit easier to teach.
Once you learn these "GO-TO" games, you'll be playing them over and over again.

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Also in my shop! More stuff for your IMPROV unit (my #1 favourite unit)


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Also in my shop! More stuff for your IMPROV unit (my #1 favourite unit)

Improv COMPLETE unit bundle

Improv Rubric


MORE SPONTANEOUS IMPROV GAMES:
Improv Game - GTA (Grand Theft Auto)

Improv Game - Party Quirks

Improv Game - Good Cop / Bad Cop

Improv Game - Why Are You Late?!



...and the rest of my improv stuff is here!
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