No Series: Acting Out Books: Plan, Revise, Perform

Acting Out Books: Plan, Revise, Perform

Lesson Objective: Use drama to express knowledge of literature
Grades 6-8 / Arts / Drama
14 MIN

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. How did Ms. Scott engage students in all stages of the production process?
  2. What do students learn by reflecting on their work?
  3. How could you use drama to enrich students' understanding of literature?

3 Comments

  • Private message to Alexandra Schöler
Hello Nadine, beautiful work, beautiful idea! How often did you rehearse for this project ? Once a week? How many hours? How long did it take to finish the project? Greetings from Vienna, Austria Alexandra
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  • Private message to Caroline J. Clark
Your willingness to release some controls to the students causes my to reevaluate my own approach to assessing student comprehension of subject matter. Complements extended to the students and to you for an excellent demonstration of how comprehension delivered and options for evaluation. Thank you for sharing!
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  • Private message to Marilyn Anugraham
Hi Nadine, Awesome acts portrayed by your grade 7 class. I really learnt a lot from it. How long did they take to memorise their lines and prepare the props and costume? Thanks for sharing this video with me. Great job. Marilyn
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