Drama in the Classroom: Creative Activities for Teachers, Parents and Friends

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Educators find the lesson plans and activities immensely helpful when planning core curriculum or enhancing the scope of multi-discipline studies. Students learn to appreciate the talents and needs of others. They develop skills useful in other settings within and outside the classroom, and they have the opportunity to discover and communicate who they really are. Parents enjoy and benefit from the exercises while working and playing with their children at home. Contains 76 lessons, including a variety of ...
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Overview

Educators find the lesson plans and activities immensely helpful when planning core curriculum or enhancing the scope of multi-discipline studies. Students learn to appreciate the talents and needs of others. They develop skills useful in other settings within and outside the classroom, and they have the opportunity to discover and communicate who they really are. Parents enjoy and benefit from the exercises while working and playing with their children at home. Contains 76 lessons, including a variety of activities for grades K through 8, with step-by-step procedures and evaluations.
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Midwest Book Review
Drama is not just play acting, it includes creative activities, conceptual learning, and whole body involvement. Drama helps all children gain confidence and a better sense of self. Adult and child alike are involved in both teaching and learning through the process of intuitive discovery. The activities included in Drama In The Classroom can be used as an adjunct or even an integral part of a regular curriculum. Parents at home, working and playing with their children, or adults seeking more creativity in their lives, will also enjoy and benefit from the exercises. Through dramatic activities, young people can find their true and unique selves; appreciate the talents and needs of others; feel the satisfaction of working successfully with a group; develop skills which will be useful for other endeavors; help add meaning to factual material; and provide a safe working atmosphere that is as free as possible from anxiety and competition. Drama In The Classroom features 76 original lessons including a variety of activities for grades K-8; a question and answer section; specific goals, readiness activities, step-by-step procedures, and evaluations for each lesson. Drama In The Classroom is as appropriate and effective for home schooling collaborations as it is for public school classes.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781882897049
  • Publisher: Lost Coast Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 8.58 (w) x 11.02 (h) x 0.49 (d)

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