Lessons for Plays

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  • History or Entertainment: Fact or Fiction? - … representation of expression of historical event in historical the play. event in play 3 Supported by some pieces of research Defense supported … validity of representation of historical event in the play. Discussion of accuracy of the play read by the students and nonfiction sources … of the play Supports evaluation of the play with examples Evaluation of the No evaluation play may or may of the play not be …
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  • Playwriting: Structural Tools - … keep the audience engaged? What role does the audience play when writing a play script? 10. Review and identify elements in the … identify and understand structural tools. Students may write a short play using three characters and multiple entrances and exits. Students could … -known character, current or historical, to be interviewed. Three students play the character that is being interviewed. a. Students must answer …
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  • Playwriting: Getting Ideas - … 9 Write a dramatic or tragic one-act play, screenplay or short radio play incorporating elements of drama. Lesson Summary: Students explore … culminates with a final draft of a completed play written by each student. Individual play length may be determined by the teacher … Two (Upon the completion of reading the play) 9. Discuss with students that plays translate into physical activity. Meaning students are writing …
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  • Design Problem-Solving - … : 2 Design Problem-Solving The World of the Play Grade 12 Identification of the play, its playwright and the assigned scene; A … could be assigning the class scenes from the same play or from multiple plays from the same time period or same playwright … written content area connection explanation. YES or NO Play, playwright, scene identification 4 Play, playwright and scene clearly identified. Dramatic action clearly …
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  • Let?s Play a Game! - … finish their observations of the cultural similarities and differences in playing games from Germany. See Attachment B, Student Survey. Use the … one player). It is not necessary to play the entire game. 4 Let's Play a Game! Grade Four 14. Have the … unfamiliar to students is best introduced after students are comfortable playing a familiar American game using the target language. Before beginning …
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  • Tell Me Something! - … role of the manager. Have one student play the server. Have one student play the customer. Have the manager tell the server … more of the class understands the group's role-play presentation The role-play lasts longer than three minutes Uses the appropriate … more of the class understands the group's role-play presentation The role-play lasts between two and three minutes Uses the … half of the class understands the group's role-play presentation The role-play lasts less than two minutes Uses the appropriate …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Wer und Wo Bin Ich? - … : See Attachment B, Post-Assessment, Role-Play Rubric. Students will construct and perform a role play given proper scaffolding materials to reinforce … must speak. Instructional Tips: After each presentation summarize each role play to check for comprehension, incorporating the students' three pieces of … A, Pre-Assessment Attachment B, Post-Assessment Role-Play Rubric Attachment C, Role-Play Sample: The Bank Attachment D, Post-Assessment Web …
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  • Qui veut jouer avec moi? - … ball) to score to lose to dribble to play (a game or sport) to play (an instrument) Technology Connections: Students will edit … Qui veut jouer avec moi? Grade Seven Who Wants to Play with Me? Interdisciplinary Lesson Research Connections: Haas, Mari. Thematic, Communicative … well! The Reds lose the game, but I play well and my team plays well. Evidently, the Blues are the better team … bad! The Reds lost the game, but I played well and my team played well. Apparently, the Blues were the better team …
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  • Tennis Anyone? - … ____ the ball the goal the coach the team to play to play sports the field 10 Tennis Anyone? Grade Eight Attachment … terrain the ball the goal the coach the team to play to play sports the field 11 Tennis Anyone? Grade Eight Attachment … of her friends every Wednesday. In winter, they play tennis ____ and they play it outside in summer. Sophie also likes to … her friends every Wednesday. In winter, they play tennis an athletic club and they play it outside in summer. Sophie also likes …
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  • Making Simple Conversions - … will review their understanding about numbers and number systems through playing the Number Game. Students will create a list of numbers … list. Decide and instruct accordingly. 2. Instruct the students for playing the Number Game as follows: Points are earned according to … generate the electronic version of the Number Game to be played by others in groups or individually. Attachments: Commentary on Student …
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