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New Drama Teacher Resources

If you are looking for help and support, you have come to the right place. Here 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.

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Introducing the New Drama Teacher Toolkit. Think of it as your digital mentor. In this toolkit you’ll find exercises, activities, and information that will help you get you through your first days, build your classroom management skills, and articulate the importance of your program.

Lesson Planning

Learn the structure and terminology of a standard lesson plan and how that lesson plan can be adapted in the theatre classroom. You will learn how to identify and utilize Bloom’s Taxonomy in the creation of your lesson plans and explore the National Standards for Theatre with an eye toward including specific state standards in your completed plans.

Advocacy

The sooner you start communicating the value of your program, the better. If you’ve walked into an environment where there is a lot of turnover, or where there is a lack of respect for the arts, get in the habit of advocating for your program. Start small, think long term and find a way to show the value of what you do in a language your community will understand.

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