Research and write projects are a great way to demonstrate comprehension by taking information in one form and applying it to another.
The Research & Write Toolkit is a great way to give students the opportunity to turn their information into theatrical action.
Researching a topic and applying that research in a theatrical way, like writing a play, is a fantastic drama classroom project. The most common issue with these projects is turning research into a theatrical final product.
A play is not a textbook or an informational brochure. The theatricality must come first. But it takes practice to turn information into theatre. The Research & Write Toolkit can help!Click to Read a Free Excerpt
by Julie Hartley
Shakespeare is one of the greatest resources a drama teacher can have. But teaching it can be a challenge. Practical Approaches to Shakespeare in the Drama Classroom helps drama teachers break down the Bard to make his themes, language and characters accessible to all.
by Kerry Hishon & 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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