Teaching/Drama – The Drama Teacher’s Survival Guide #2

The Drama Teacher’s Survival Guide #2
Activities, exercises, and techniques for the theatre classroom
By Margaret F. Johnson
Publisher: Meriwether Pub
ISBN: 978-1566081825
Genre: Education, Drama, Teaching, Theatre
Formats Available For Review: Print (Limited Quantities available to qualified reviewers/bloggers only in the U.S.), pdf

Drama teachers everywhere enjoyed Ms. Johnson’s first toolkit for the theatre arts so much that she wrote another one! While the first book focuses on everything about a complete stage production, this one covers every aspect of classroom theatre arts. Students will learn group activities, improvisation, technical theatre, choral reading, mime, stage fighting and more. The book includes a step-by-step 10-day assignment using monologues for character development and a unit that teaches students how to write their own show. Examples are provided with illustrations, photos, and proven ideas. Reproducible forms, tests, and handouts are also provided together with a list of additional resources. Both beginners and seasoned drama directors will find this book to be an invaluable aid. As with the original book, it will banish your stress and guarantee your success.

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