Have you ever wanted to give your students a chance to see what it is like to work in professional theatre but never had the time or capability to do so? Now you can!
In this activity, students will explore the world of professional theatre in a variety of capacities through this fun, engaging, thoughtful, and multimedia activity.
Students will watch a series of videos on working professionally in theatre, including the following:
*Standby or swing
Students will watch the video and answer the thought-provoking questions coordinating with each video. All of the links and questions are provided for you to make this activity easy and seamless.
Please note that this activity will require you to have access in some way, shape, or form to watching an online video.
As the teacher, you can decide if you would like to use the Google Hyperdoc included for a fully multimedia experience or simply print, copy, and watch as a class. The activity is flexible and you have all the materials you need at your disposal. You will find 3 different versions of the student handout so you can use what you feel comfortable with!
This activity is flexible to however much time you would like to spend on it. You could use it as a year-long project, an emergency sub plan, or even a week-long mini-unit. A teacher’s guide is included to help you decide the best way to use this activity.
I work primarily out of Google Docs and .pdf files.Sorry, I do not have Microsoft Word/Powerpoint files at this time. If you need to edit any documents or presentations, please do so in the Google links provided. You can sign up for a free Google account at: https://accounts.google.com/signup
In this bundle you will find:
*A Read Me .pdf (1 page)
*A Teacher Guide for this activity
*A Exploring Professional Theatre Careers Google Hyperdoc
*A .pdf of Exploring Professional Theatre Careers
*An editable black and white Google Doc of Exploring Professional Theatre Careers
For you, the busy drama teacher, all you have to do is print and teach! Everything is now prepped for you! Have fun and enjoy being creative with your students! Break a leg!