This is the handout that I give to start our "IMPROV" unit of study.
It goes over the 2 types (spontaneous, rehearsed) and some general ways to make good improv scenes.
The second page for the "rules" is left blank, so you can make up your own, depending on what style of improv you're doing, and how you want to mark it. (depending on your age group/abilities)
Some of my rules include;
-having a clear beginning, middle, end
-say "YES AND..."
-establish the setting
-don't ask open-ended questions
If you want a specific workshop lesson on the rules where students give an example of FOLLOWING the rule / NOT following the rule, here's another option:
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