This two or three-day engaging, creative lesson focuses on costume design, the rationale for teaching it and its history. The lesson gives students an opportunity to work cooperatively, solve problems creatively and learn at the same time! Created for students in grades 4 to 8, the product could be used for a one day exploration of the subject, skipping day three.
Note: You will need a lot of newspapers to do this.
or purchase plastic garbage bags to use for this lesson.
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There are three ways you can use this product:
1) As it stands
2) Dividing up the pages-If you need help with sending home a learning pack, check out: "Selecting Pages for Home Learning Pack"
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3) You can use this PDF resource to create an activity that students can complete on a device. Select the red button above in the right column which says Create Digital Activity.
Students will learn about:
- The History of Costume Design
- The Rationale for Teaching Costume Design
- Teacher's Script--what I say and how I say it!
- Costumes Notes for Students
- Materials List
- A Warm-Up—engaging and creative
- Two Assignments--one of designing and one cooperative learning
- Bell Ringer Template--one for each day with questions
- Source & Video link list
Comprehensive? You bet. Created by an award winning drama teacher of 38 years. Enjoy!
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