Drama Teachers – Looking for lesson plans? Look no further!
We’ve got some great resources for drama teacher lesson plans. Plus, be sure to check out the link at the end of this post for a printable PDF: Top Ten Tips For Writing Awesome Lesson Plans!
Scroll away through our blog archives. We regularly post exercises that you can use in your classroom.
Want access to a library of lesson plans? Drama Teacher Academy Members can download and print all the lesson plans on the website as part of their membership. Members also have access to a Resource Page with exercises, play analysis guides, and handouts.
- Full-year Middle School, Drama One, Drama Two, Production Class, and Distance Learning curriculum.
- Units you can take into the classroom tomorrow.
- Lesson plans for your sub. Even the ones with ZERO drama training.
- Technology-forward: digital learning, video demos, hyperdocs.
- Assessments, rubrics, and reflections.
Check out the Drama Teacher Academy here!
Whether you’re a new teacher or new to teaching drama, this resource is for you. You’ll find articles on classroom management, exercises and activities and podcasts where you can hear directly from other teachers. Whatever you’re going through, you are not alone.
We also have a great set of lesson plans called Emergency Lesson Plans for Theatre Teachers. This isn’t free but it’s a great resource with 30 printable lesson plans that are ideal for pulling out on a raining day or leaving with a sub.
With over 30 scenes and 200 pages, this resource is designed to help with character study, scene work, substitute teachers, performance, Individual Event competitions and so much more.
Each scene comes with Close Reading Questions, Staging Suggestions and Character Development.
81 exercises that can be used to get students in the habit of writing on a regular basis. Great for practice, warm-ups and emergency lesson plans when you can’t be there.
Many of the plays in the Theatrefolk catalogue include easy-to-use comprehensive classroom study guides designed to challenge students to deepen their understanding and connection to the plays they’re studying.
Complete with pre-read questions and activities, close reading analysis, and post-read activities, these study guides allow you to provide an in-depth & theatrical learning experience.
Here are some other great online resources for finding lesson plans:
Loads of units & lesson plans for all grades. Some of the content is only available to CODE members, but there is also a lot of free material.
The Drama Notebook is the World’s Largest Collection of drama activities for kids. Mainly focused on elementary students. Click here to listen to Janae Dahl, owner and creator of The Drama Notebook on The Theatrefolk Podcast. This is a paid site but Janae offers several free lessons to help you decide if it’s right for you.Download the Top Ten Tips for Writing Awesome Lesson Plans!
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