4 Resources tagged "Choice Board" for Drama Teachers.
Instructions on how to create your own Choice Board for drama activities, including options for physical exercises, vocal exercises, technical theatre, form/style adapt, playwriting and character acting/analysis. Adaptable to use with technology or without.
Sometimes you need to have prepared activities so students can work independently. The goal is to have students apply knowledge in an effective way when the natural flow of instruction is disrupted.
One such activity is a choice board. A choice board offers students a variety of activities on a topic or multiple topics. Students will choose a set number of activities to complete and submit. With this resource you can create your own, use all the provided tasks on a single topic, or print off the ready-to-go sample choice boards.
A choice board offers students a variety of activities on a topic. With this document you can create your own board for the various units in the DTA Theatre History curriculum. Mix and match activities to fit your situation and your students!
What if you are working on the Drama One Curriculum and you have an unexpected absence? We’ve put together Choice Board Activities for each unit in the Curriculum.
• The choice board is a tic tac toe grid (three rows of three activities) of independent drama activities.
• Each square of the grid has a different title of an activity. Each activity comes with an instruction sheet.
• There are activities that can be completed in the classroom or at home without internet access. There are a few activities that require access to materials (but are pretty flexible with that definition) or internet access for research. Some activities have a presentation as their final product.