Introduction To Theatre Arts - Student Workbook
(Volume 1, 2nd Edition 2020)
We’re excited to announce the release of the SECOND EDITION of everyone’s favorite Introduction to Theatre Arts, volume 1, now available! This classroom-tested, year-long curriculum covers the entire spectrum of theatre: theatre history, scene work, acting, characterization, publicity, play production, games and improvisations, and more.
You’ll love that this brand new edition is gender neutral, better organized, updated to reflect modern technology and social media, and has a 2020 copyright date! Even better, the Student Workbook is just that... a true individual workbook for each student, loose-leaf three-hole punched and ready to drop into a binder. With classroom sets, you can even choose between paper and PDF versions of the Student Workbook for the same price!
Luckily, we’ve retained all the elements that made the first edition of this book a top-selling theatre arts curriculum text year after year. You’ll still find the daily bell work, fun puzzles, and quizzes and tests that you’ve come to rely on to make classroom management easier. Suzi Zimmerman designed this year-long curriculum to help teachers organize and energize their Theatre 1 class, engaging students in the idea of learning by doing.
This matching companion guide to the student's action workbook makes teaching this class easy and fun. It includes the answers to all questions. It provides lesson plans, a weekly calendar, a survival guide for a substitute, poster ideas, evaluation forms, hand-outs, planning materials for fundraising events, and awards. More teaching-assists than you'll ever need.
NEW FOR 2020: The second edition of the Teacher’s Guide is also better laid out with the notes to the teacher now appearing alongside the corresponding student page. No more flipping back and forth between pages! Four additional sections in the Teacher’s Guide make this student-friendly text also very teacher-friendly: teaching tools, evaluation tools, production tools, and tests and major projects. Tests even include two levels of difficulty, so your evaluations can match your students and your expectations.
Whether next school year has you teaching your middle school or high school Theatre 1 class in the classroom or through distance learning, this updated popular text is coming out at just the right time!
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