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Drama-Based Instruction

Wed, 2015-09-02 17:52 -- cdresser

Our Drama Based Instruction workshop can be tailored to your school's needs as a grade level or mixed content area option. Workshop topics could include: Classroom Management through Drama, Bringing Literacy to Life Through Drama, Find the STEM in Story, Storytelling, Story Basket, ELL: Language Acquisition and Literacy Through Drama for English Language Learners, Tableau, Teacher In Role, Integrating Drama Across the Curriculum, Process Drama, Dramatic Read Aloud, Interactive Read Aloud, Reader’s Theater, or Newspaper Theater.

Grades: K - 12

Bring this workshop to your school!

Contact:
Rebecca Pogue, rebecca.pogue@alliancetheatre.org
 

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