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This is a set of 24 growth mindset, the arts and character education posters which highlights the subject by quoting famous theater artists. In addition, the set includes suggested uses such as class discussion, improvisation or for an essay. These posters can be displayed all year long or along with a particular theme.
Although these were created for secondary classes, an elementary class could use these as well. The teacher is the expert as to which posters their students should study.
HOW DO I USE THESE IN MY CLASSROOM? If I were you, I'd make color copies and post them around my classroom. Or I'd use them as writing prompts for journals or warm-up or a brain break.
The teacher has two color combinations to choose from: black and white or multi-colored.
The posters include quotes from:
Lin Manuel Miranda
NOTE: More sets are planned in the near future, so check back often.
Created by an award winning drama teacher of thirty-eight years.
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