Take a Bow: Lesson Plans for Pre-School Drama

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Take a Bow! Lesson Plans for Pre-School Drama is a teacher's guide to creating successful drama lessons for the pre-school age group. The book outlines and explains four major types of drama lessons designed specifically for pre-school children. In addition, it leads both the new and seasoned pre-school teacher through follow-up activities that will not only teach students valuable lessons but also keep them entertained.

Author Bio: Nina Czitrom has gained her knowledge after ...

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Overview

Take a Bow! Lesson Plans for Pre-School Drama is a teacher's guide to creating successful drama lessons for the pre-school age group. The book outlines and explains four major types of drama lessons designed specifically for pre-school children. In addition, it leads both the new and seasoned pre-school teacher through follow-up activities that will not only teach students valuable lessons but also keep them entertained.

Author Bio: Nina Czitrom has gained her knowledge after more than eight years of teaching experience in New York City's public and private preschools. She currently heads the drama program at The Children's Garden Studio in Manhattan and has also served as a drama teacher at the Children's International Workshop, P.S. 3, Kids on the Move, and Oasis Children's Services. She holds a BFA from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.

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Czitrom reminds readers through lesson plans that "drama is storytelling." While a section on fairy tales covers traditional favorites such as "Little Red Riding Hood" and "Jack and the Beanstalk," it is in both the adventure unit and the section on "New Ideas" that the author becomes creative while framing stories around careers or a day in space. It goes without saying that "Moral Stories" tend to be a bit didactic. The many follow-up activities range from charades to "listening signals" that teachers often use, such as blinking the lights to prepare the class for further instruction. A concluding unit helps set goals for either a small, half-hour circle-group play or a loftier goal of an original production with several dress rehearsals. Although these drama ideas are planned for preschoolers to learn about a story's beginning, middle, and end, many of them could be easily adapted for older ESL or LD students as they extend their vocabularies or model appropriate behavior.-Blair Christolon, Prince William Public Library System, Manassas, VA Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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Table of Contents

Unit 1 The basics 1
Unit 2 Warm-ups 7
Unit 3 Stories and fairy tales 17
Unit 4 Adventure stories 61
Unit 5 Moral lessons 115
Unit 6 New ideas 143
Unit 7 Creating your own plays 181
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