Lessons for Play Writing

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  • Black History: Recognizing Contributions to Quebec and Canada - … discuss the African diaspora and the role that Blacks have played in the United States and Canada. Students become somewhat emotional … : * * * * * * * * Art Poems Cross-word Puzzles Word Search Discussions Play-writing (Much of the play-writing of the videos was done by Stories students) Biographies …
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  • Daily Actings - … 9-12 Subject Tag: Art and Music: Theatre Creative Writing: Play Writing Creative Writing: Screen Writing Synopsis: Students will interview people on video or audiotape … , gesture, Anna Deavere Smith, interview, character study, syntax, dialogue, play writing, script writing, screen writing Body: Explain to students that they are going to … they interviewed exactly as they were taped. b) Students can write a play (as a group) or monologues (individually) in which all …
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  • Balanced Literacy - … their favorite President. Lesson 4: Balanced Literacy Components Guided Writing, Shared Writing and Writing Aloud English Language Arts Standard 4 Language for Social … work together to create a play. 1. Brainstorm ideas for the main idea/theme of the play. Write them all down and choose … . 3. Break up the play into 2 Acts, each having a maximum of 3 scenes. 4. Begin writing the dialogue. Make sure …
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  • No Choice! - … . respond to the text and others' interpretation of the text. write in a journal from the point of view of a … it felt to be told where to play, what to play and with whom to play. Write some of their key words on the … top of the circles in the diagram. Tell them to write about these similarities and differences in the Venn diagram. Assessment … to come to America. Then, they write in their journals as if they are writing letters to each other, giving their perspective …
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  • Fate and the Play - … . Now, have Group A present while Group B writes. When everyone has finished writing, ask the groups to decide what the most … have stated while they are reading their lines. 5. Predicting – Write the words fate and self-determination on the front board … Self-Determination 1:3:3:Fate and the Play specific examples from the play. Write their predictions on the board and save them … Page • Final Project #2: Book Project of all of their writings to date: 4 Autobiographical Incidents, 2 Evaluation Essays, and 4 …
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  • Delivery - … your speech like you are in a dance or a play. Write on the script exactly when you should move From this … one foot to another) 7. Pull on your sleeve 8. Play with your hair 9. Avoid eye contact 10. Use opposite …
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  • Business and Industry Operations - … . Teamwork in Presentations, role student's work Students will write business, Functional plays, peer a report and give an and cross-functional … Minute Pause, study guide sheet Graphic Organizers, for peers. Technical writing: Ongoing internship outlines, historical experience at report, interview worksite, interview … experience, modeling of their researching individual cooperative learning worksite. role plays writing exercises case studies Literature readings (drama) a)Historical Profile of …
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  • Aftershocks - … case study posters. 4. WRAP-UP/HOMEWORK: For homework, students write an editorial-style essay on their thoughts regarding disaster aid … of conflict between these two lands? What role does religion play? Write the script for a documentary on this contentious relationship. Interdisciplinary … aftermath. Analyze reports, articles, and editorials regarding both events and write a reaction stating your opinion of the coverage. To order …
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  • Making a Difference - … .) Materials: None needed Learning Goals: Students will be able to write about and summarize their experience helping young children. Students should … a play, write poetry, or write a narrative describing the experience. Or in social studies, teachers may choose to have students write a report … research report on the experience. A piece of self-reflective writing should be requested. Resources/Examples: See above for the Web …
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  • Using Visual Art to Create Scenes - … , performance art, scenes, script writing, play writing Body: At the beginning of class, explain that this is a play writing session in which students will … task. CT: 1. Creating. Students will create theatre through improvising, writing, and refining scripts. 2. Acting. Students will act by developing … decide how effective their scenes are both in their conception (writing) and their presentation. 2. Other student audience members can help …
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