You need your students to work independently on a scene but when it's time to present they seem to have forgotten everything you've taught them.
Scene Self-Staging gives students a process to follow to help them produce a fully staged scene with specific dynamic blocking and three-dimensional characters.
Scene Self-Staging: Teaching Students to Block Theatrically & Independently provides an in-depth step-by-step process to help students master their scenes - from choosing a scene to script analysis to presentation.
All material is geared toward independent, student-driven staging. Assessment suggestions are provided for each step, or you can just use the Performance Rubric.
Help your students stage their scenes to the best of their ability – and do it all without you!Click to Read a Free Excerpt
by Lindsay Price
Scenes for Classroom Study consists of scenes from published Theatrefolk plays and is designed to help with character study, scene work, substitute teachers, performance, Individual Event competitions and so much more.
by Lindsay Price
Looking for quality scenes for your ensemble that haven't been done a million times? This Ensemble Scene Collection contains 33 scenes from published plays - great for competition and classwork!
by Kerry Hishon
More articles, exercises, reflections and rubrics that focus on reaching the 21st century teen using 21st century skills.
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