Lessons for Plays

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  • Play to Learn - … to stimulate the imagination? g. What are "play workers," and what role will they play? h. In what way might the playground … structure? DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS: -How will a child play with, in or on the play environment? -How will it allow more than one … . The article quotes David Rockwell as saying, "Play is not optional for kids; play is how children learn to build community, how … and write a report that addresses the geometric principles at play. Interdisciplinary Connections: Civics - What local agency is responsible for building …
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  • Writing a Play About Immigrant Life in America Around 1910 - … American." Each student has a role in the play. Research for the play must include some facts from the period which are … , view or read "The Melting Pot." Otherwise, describe the play, summarizing the play and its meaning as described in the following steps … : Discuss with students ways to integrate statistical information into the play as supporting arguments for "The Melting Pot" theory being expressed …
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  • Playing the Blues - … " Instruments: A piano or alternative instrument (guitar/accordion) that can play whole steps, half steps, and chords Band instruments, xylophones/tone … whatever chromatic instruments are available. Periodically, students should revert to playing the original eight-tone major scale to train their ear … the harmonic progression. To assist the students playing the melody, recommend the following formula: play each note of the blues scale as …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Duke Ellington: Great American Musician and Composer - … would orchestrate [write for the instruments] what the left hand played. --Gunther Schuller, composer and conductor Duke Ellington used the piano … react with restraint and [great] ability to play together. --David Baker, conductor and educator Playing a duet with another musician is different … -in-the-wood, deep-in-the-keys way of playing the piano. [His playing] had a resonance that no one else got … : to lead and inspire his band; to play solos; to accompany other soloists; to play with other instrumentalists in small ensembles. He …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Four Wall Handball - … successful player, it is very important to understand the percentage play for each of these situations. The Serve Successful serving in … /she will have a fair chance to play the ball. 11. If interference occurs, play should stop at that point. A hinder … ) This is a game played by three players. The server plays against the other two players who play together as a doubles team … at the bottom of the ladder. This ladder play will allow the players to play different opponents, and each player will gradually …
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  • Teaching Handball - … Objectives * Put together sequences of previously learned skills in actual play Procedures * Divide students for Warmup Drills (see Lesson 6). With … right side doubles player. Divide students for play. Comments Doubles Cutthroat is a game played with 3 players. One player is the … the other two are the receivers who play as a doubles team. The receivers play against the server. After the server hits … so he has a fair chance to play the ball. 11. If interference occurs, play should stop at that point. A hinder …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Music Concept Lesson - … , showing the steady beat while "Little Ducky Duddle" is played 6. Play the recording of "The Bear Went Over the Mountain" 7 … by themselves (not accompanying anything) accurately with mallet instruments. 3. Play melodic ostinatos accurately to accompany the song "Chicka Hanka". 4 … . Define ostinato. Have students sing as teacher plays ostinato. 4. Have students take turns playing the ostinato on the mallet instruments. The …
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  • Play and Culture - … practice their religion. Responsibilities: Children are responsible for engaging in play and leisure time activities; being tolerant of culturally different recreational … right of every child to have opportunity to play; practice respecting this right while playing together; share games associated with their own … give their response to this question. 3. Information about play: Children's play is exploration of materials, exploration of a new process …
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  • Come Play With Me - … vocabulary and concepts while the teacher records responses. Fair Play What does fair play mean? Good Sportsmanship Respect What does good What … : If it is not possible to have students play outdoor games, have them play board games in small groups or pairs. 4 … example, showing good sportsmanship on the playground when playing with others or playing games in classroom centers where rules are followed and …
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  • Decades of Drama - … this lesson, students will examine Wilson's 10-play series in which each play focuses on a particular decade. They then speculate … Mr. Wilson wrote this play? -What do you think audiences learned by watching this play? -How does this play fit into the Pittsburgh … the themes, actions, and settings of their respective plays. Images of the plays can be found online at The New York Times … classroom board illustrating the commonalities between the plays. What characters "cross over" into other plays? What themes are repeated? What connections can …
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