Reflection: Lesson Planning Drama Introduction - Section 3: Lesson


Many of my students come to me from different districts and generally have varied degrees of experience with this topic. Those who are from within our district have quite a bit of experience with drama in terms of exposure as we have an active drama department at our high school; however, I want to get all students, whether they have been to a live performance or not, on the same page with the terminology.

Sadly, I need to expedite this process as I can only devote around three weeks to Drama in my curriculum. This opening "all on the same page" process helps me do that.  Now I can begin to use the terms within text and lessons.

  Why Review the Terms in this Way?
  Lesson Planning: Why Review the Terms in this Way?
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Drama Introduction

Unit 11: Drama Unit
Lesson 1 of 15

Objective: SWBAT accurately identify and define dramatic terms.

Big Idea: Enter drama, center stage.

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