Reflection: Trust and Respect Improvisation - Section 2: Scenarios

 

Feedback about the improvisation was necessary because in a few days students will be performing monologues.  Having them improvise in small groups, allowed timid students a chance to become comfortable in front of the class with other classmates as security.  I encouraged all students to have a part in the improvisation so that  everyone has a chance to find their comfort zone.

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Improvisation

Unit 8: Listening and Speaking
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: SWBAT work collaboratively in a group to quickly organize their ideas about an assigned scenario and present it in a logical and creative manner.

Big Idea: How can I get my ideas together quickly to present?

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