Assignment sheet and rubric for a two-person mime scene in the style of Mr. Bean. You probably want to show the class some Mr. Bean episodes as an exemplar first, then they can create their own hilarious scene. Two copies of the rubric are included.
This is a fill in the blank note I use with my grade 9 French classes to introduce (or review) the use, placement and endings of adjectives. It makes it easier to the students to follow along and refer to as they are working in class.
This is a project I do with my grade 12 drama class. Each student takes a turn directing a small group of classmates in a scene I choose for them. Included in this project overview is the Ontario drama curriculum expectations related to it, the
A powerpoint presentation aimed at teaching students the superlatif and comparatif. At the end is the answer key to a worksheet. Unfortunately I'm not able to upload more than one file at a time, so you could make your own worksheet based on the
I use this assignment with my grade 11 drama class after the Lyric Monologue Assignment (available in my store). Students choose one of their characters from the Lyric Monologues and create a rehearsed improv scene in which their characters are