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  • Midsummer Night's Dream Unit - … Students will create a script to provide background for the play Materials: Access to the Internet Copies of Research assignment "King … ) "Pyramus and Thisbe" (Hamilton 101) Before studying the famous Shakespearean play, A Midsummer Night's Dream, students need to become familiar … the lesson. Putting students into six groups, reading the play, watching the play, and stopping periodically to roll a die to ask …
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  • Indiana Citizen in the Civil War - … ) Poster (explains the roles of the different characters in the play) Glue Scissors Tape Civil War pictures (Union and Confederate Flag … o Corydon City Background Make food props, store items, and play money Use large display boards Paint and/or markers Construction … will be given their script for the play. The students will begin rehearsing the play. 3-4 days will be given for … Intelligences: Linguistic because students will use communication skills for the play. 10. After the performance the students will clean up the …
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  • Stations - … net, high-quality latex balloons, four-square ball, four-square playing area, volleyball, 1 soccer ball, 2 bean bags, 5 bowling … to one of the cones. Students will play a mini-soccer game. They will play twoon-two soccer. If there are six … their ability to throw a football, they may play touch football. Station 8: Free Play. Students in this station may choose an … : take a walk around the school, play catch, bring a ball from home to play with, play tag or hideand-go-seek, etc …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • A Mid Summer Night's Dream Unit - … of A Mid Summer Night's Dream video version of play computer with internet access and hyperstudio capabilities a digital camera … 's Dream by William Shakespeare Watch the movie of the play ensure comprehension with reading test and in class discussion students … Willian Kemp famous for? What were the roles he played in Shakespeare's plays? What kind of impact did he have on … the appearance of your favourite character. Provide quotes from the play to support your response. Card 11 - Combining Theseus and Hippolyta …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Alcoholism and the Family - … others Print Resources Online Resources Copy of the play "Liars" Copy of the play "Getting Wrecked" Computer with internet access and memory … concurrently Pre-Web Activity Read and discuss the Play "Liars" Read and discuss the play "Getting Wrecked" Web Activity Card 1-Title … the following: Select one of the teenage characters from the play "Getting Wrecked" who has an obvious alcohol addiction. Imagine this …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Help! Hilary! Help! - … over some elements of a play with students before handing out the play. "Before I hand out the play, I want to go … over view of the play to get them excited about reading the play. "Help! Hilary! Help! Is an exciting play about a girl … I want to hear expression." Read the play twice through. 10. Practice reading the play through twice daily and give student 10 … Readers Theater and invite other classes to watch the play. Assessment: Checklist for play: memorize part, change tone of voice, voice audible …
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  • Bcp Draft Mus 1 - … expression) A. Recognize a steady beat, accents, and the downbeat; playing a steady beat B. Move responsively to music C. Recognize … ). Ask if anyone can guess what kinds of instruments are playing (stringed instruments: violins, violas, and celli). Show the children a … . The four first movements you will play each take less than five minutes each. Before playing the first selection, tell the children … in the music when just one violin is playing and when many instruments are playing together. After the piece is over ask …
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  • Music - … old man, he played three, He played knick-knack on my knee . . . This old man, he played four, He played knick-knack on my … old man, he played six, He played knick-knack on my sticks . . . This old man, he played seven, He played knick-knack up in heaven . . . This old man, he played eight, He played knick-knack on my … old man, he played nine, He played knick-knack on my spine . . . This old man, he played ten, He played knick-knack over again …
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  • Five Little Pumpkins - … -known poem, "Five Little Pumpkins." They learn instrument names, playing techniques, and playing at the appropriate time. Students learn how to perform … tambourines, hand drums, triangles, woodblocks, rhythm sticks, and jingle bells -Play microphone Preparations Teacher should be able to recite the poem … word "leaves" (or '"witches"). 6. Allow students several practice tries playing their instrument part while teacher recites the poem. Correct students …
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  • The Cost of Art - … to choose values. This lesson provides students with a role-playing opportunity to discover alternative ways of approaching these situations. Standards … release their latest music. 4. Explain role playing, telling students they will be playing the roles of the involved parties to experience … other two role-play. Phase Five: Enact 12. Begin Role Play, done by role-players spontaneously. 13. Maintain Role Play only until the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
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