Lessons for Plays

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  • Lit_plays - … painting program. Week Thirteen: Each group performs their play. A teacher videotapes the plays. Week Fourteen: The video is then imported into … other props. 5. Completion of Play: Each group successfully performs their play (lines are presented correctly). Each play is videotaped. Situations: This unit … audio CD. Then students will perform their lit groups play and the play will be videotaped. See "Tasks" for more information. Interactions …
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  • Macbeth - … to understand what is happening in the play? 4. Choose an event from the play you find powerful. Write a personal reflection … influences, drives and beliefs operating in his mind throughout the play. Finally, connect the personality portrait you have created to behaviours … perform a monologue for one character from the play that includes information from the play and extends it. What are the daily …
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  • The Jobs People Do - … Do 2 Kindergarten, Standard 3 April 5, 2001 Developmentally Appropriate Play Play is a part of the "work" that children do. Children … to communicate information about basic needs in social (Dramatic play and Block play) and academic settings (job title, description, and tools used … to communicate information about basic needs in social (Dramatic play and Block play) and academic settings (job title, description, and tools used …
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  • A Streetcar Named Desire - … students to engage in literature. Tennessee Williams wrote several worthwhile plays during his lifetime, and secondary English teachers continue to teach … about drama as a genre. What do they think of plays? What plays have they seen performed live? Have they ever seen … this spot and let students view the After studying the play confrontation between the two women again). extensively, students can perform …
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  • The Child: Games and Play Today and Yesterday In Louisiana - … Background Information for the Teacher All across Louisiana, children live, play, and go to school in widely differing landscapes: asphalt playgrounds … playground or in the locker room, teachers hear students play games and play with words. Often recess sounds just as it did … array of types of games, discuss who children play games with, where they play, when. Folk groups such as school playmates, neighbors … year, look for ways to use your play research. Many games played today have been played for hundreds of years. You can research …
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  • The Worlds of Work And Play - Grown-ups at Play - … that much of adult play, like children's Community play, is part of adults' folklife and that they play in various folk groups … , 4) (this page) 2. Students compare and contrast adult play with childhood play. Resources ELA-7-M1 Using comprehension strategies (e.g … Tools/Opportunities Process 1. Master List of Adult Play 2. Categorized lists of adult play from Jigsaw Groups 3. Collaboration Rubric, used … adult. Ask them how they think adults play. Discuss how children's play and adults' play might differ. Start a class Master List …
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  • Hollywood: Reading/Analyzing a Play - … Instruction: After the students have analyzed how the play?s author constructed the play, the teacher reviews the elements which all well … is given to students for their second plays. Review and Closure: Students present their plays to the class individually. Each student in … questions regarding story/play elements and play parts. Summative Assessment: Students write and create a computer play that contains the necessary play parts and …
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  • Water Theater - … : * work together to write and produce a play; * integrate watershed information into content of play * use artistic creativity in sets, props and … families to come to the play. Have students write a synopsis of the play. Have students in the play dress as their characters … characters describe the play and invite everyone to come to the play. This will help generate interest in the play and familiarize the …
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  • Life of a Stage Man - … in a specific role in a movie or play? - How might different people playing the same character affect the audience's perception … culture, and why? 5. Compare a scene in a play as played by many different actors or actresses (for example, choose a … and discuss one of Arthur Miller's plays. Evaluate the historical metaphors that the plays may be attempting to draw. 7. Learn … actions? Interdisciplinary Connections: American History- Explore plays written in a specific time period. How do plays reflect the time periods in which …
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  • The Bard in the Big Apple - … Objectives: Students will: 1. Identify their feelings about Shakespeare's plays, addressing their readability and relevance to their lives. 2. Learn … ) - Act III, scene ii ("The Murder of Gonzago" - the play within the play) - Act III, scene iv (Hamlet argues with Gertrude, kills … analysis of soliloquies, excerpts, acts, themes, and characters in the play. Shakespeare Web (http://www.shakespeare.com/) is an interactive, hypermedia …
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