Reflection: Adjustments to Practice The Rope Tug: Getting Organized - Section 2: Introduction


After realizing I did too much talking in yesterday’s lesson, I tried hard to give my students the time to think about what they know to answer my question of what a director is. It took a little minute, however with a little prompting, such as asking if they had heard a similar word before, they were able to get it on their own.  After the initial student answered several more were able to give me examples where they had heard a word similar to director before.

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The Rope Tug: Getting Organized

Unit 7: Drama
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: SWBAT read their play parts with grade-level fluency and describe key details about their characters.

Big Idea: To ensure students gain adequate exposure to a range of texts and tasks, drama introduces students to different genres and ideas.

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