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Señor Coyote Acts as a Judge

Señor Coyote Acts as a Judge    What better way to teach action-reaction than a story packed with mischievous animal characters, including a clever coyote, a sneaky ...

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Creating Mood

Creating Mood Lesson    Creating mood effectively is one of the most important lessons young actors can learn. In this lesson, students can practice using their imagination ...

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How the World Was Formed on Turtle’s Back

How the World Was Formed on Turtle's Back Lesson    “How the Earth Was Formed on Turtle’s Back,” is an Onondaga creation story that features ...

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Park Bench

Park Bench Lesson    Middle school can be a really hard time for students to feel connected to their bodies, but embodying physical choices is a key part of being an actor! We devised ...

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Planning and Practicing: The School Crisis

Planning and Practicing: The School Crisis Lesson    How can we get students hungry for more planning and practicing? Let them see what it’s like whe ...

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Planning and Practicing: The Tightrope

Planning and Practicing: The Tightrope Lesson    Are your students planning and practicing pros yet? This lesson is a great way to encourage studen ...

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Reader’s Theater

Reader's Theater Lesson    Whether or not you are new to Reader’s Theater, this lesson will provide you with innovative ways to bring it into your classroom.  Providing a ...

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Working with Props II Activity

Working with Props II Activity    Following on Working with Props I, participants will work in small groups to cr ...

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Working with Props I Activity

Working with Props I Activity    In pairs, students use a prop to inspire a scene. This activity encourages the essential drama skills of planning and practicing. You will need at least one small obj ...

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Working with Costumes Activity

Working with Costumes Activity    In this fun and adaptable activity, participants use costume pieces to create characters and scenes. You will need a box of costumes to spark your students' imagina ...

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Who’s Got My Song? Activity

Who's Got My Song? Activity    When you need to put your students in pairs, try this fun and musical activity! Using voice, concentration, and listening, students will mingle to find their partner. ...

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“Who Am I?” Charades Activity

"Who Am I?" Charades Activity    In this advanced charades activity, participants use voice and action to communicate a character and situation. Yo ...

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Statues Speak Activity

Statues Speak Activity    In this advanced statue making activity, participants create and revise statues based on a prompt. In addition, statues have the chance to speak! Students will learn how physical a ...

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Sound Catch: Advanced #2 Activity

Sound Catch: Advanced #2 Activity    Building on Sound Catch and ...

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Sound Catch: Advanced #1 Activity

Sound Catch: Advanced #1 Activity    Building on Sound Catch, participants transform sounds into conversation as they r ...

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