Add a Little Drama to Learning

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Origins of Common Idioms ​ If we were to stop and really pay attention to our conversations, we would no doubt be surprised at how many idioms creep into our daily communications. ​While some of these phrases make sense to us, there are others that
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This play script version retells the tale of the legendary hero William Tell. It can be used as a reading activity, dramatic reading or full stage play. The file includes a list of characters (enough roles for a full class), props and a possible
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Aesop's Fable Play Scripts There are 2 versions of these short fable play scripts. The first is written in the simple present tense with basic vocabulary to be used with ESL students or younger children learning to read. Version 2 was written by
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Stage Play Versions of Lesser-Known Grimm's Fairy Tales Why Less Grimm? A very old volume of Grimm's Fairy Tales that appears to have been published some time around 1900 inspired the writing of these lesser- known tales as play scripts. In
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During more than 30 years of teaching (general classroom, French, music, computer, library, enrichment), I found that the most memorable and influential methods of reaching and teaching children was through the arts. Many students who had little interest in school or who were very negative about the whole situation, came alive when given the opportunity to develop skills in drama, dance, visual arts and music. While formal classes aimed specifically at these skills could enhance the school day for many students, I noticed that the greatest power of the arts was in their informal integration into other subject areas........ 'two birds with one stone' ... so to speak.

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