You’ve chosen to write a play for your students! Where do you start? How to Write a Play for your Students will answer these questions and more.
You can write a play specific to your students and your situation. You can take a project from the idea stage to production. You can create something that your students will never forget.
How do you navigate the writing process on top of your busy schedule? How do you move from the first draft to the final draft? How do you handle it when someone says, It should be easy for you to write a play, you’re a drama teacher?
You can write a play. Not only that, you can write a play that meets the needs of your situation and the needs of your students. How to Write a Play for your Students will help you get started.Click to Read a Free Excerpt
by Lindsay Price
Your students want to write and perform an original play. You want to include a playwriting unit in your program. But where to start? What if your students have never written a play before? What if you've never written before? Write Your Own Vignette Play will answer all your questions and more
by Lindsay Price
81 exercises that can be used to get students in the habit of writing on a regular basis.
by Kerry Hishon, by Lindsay Price
Self-Management in the Drama Classroom offers a variety of ways to frame self-management with drama-classroom-specific articles, exercises, and an entire Self-Management Playwriting Unit where the focus is not on the final product but the demonstration of self-management skills along the way.
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