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Teaching theatre

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Teaching theatre. Get inspired and try out new things.
Writing a Playscript Poster

Our popular Drama and Theatre posters are a great way of engaging your students in drama and improving their understanding of important topics and skills.

As the arts lose more and more of a hold in education, it becomes increasingly important for teachers to find way to integrate the arts into their curricula. Our guest blogger shares five simple ways to integrate the arts into any content area, so click through to read all of her suggestions.

As the arts lose more and more of a hold in education, it becomes increasingly important for teachers to find ways to integrate the arts in their classes.

What are the different types of drama? List of 9 - Kid Activities

Want to learn and practice differet types of drama? Here's a list of 9 with an explanation of how to do each one. Great for drama class.

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Brecht's Epic Theatre - One of the goals of Epic Theatre is that the audience should be aware that they are watching a play "It is most important that one of the main features of the ordinary theatre should be excluded from [epic theatre]: the engendering of illusion." - From this the V effekt (distancing technique) arises.

Brecht's Epic Theatre - One of the goals of Epic Theatre is that the audience should be aware that they are watching a play "It is most important that one of the main features of the ordinary theatre should be excluded from [epic theatre]: the engendering of illusion." - From this the V effekt (distancing technique) arises.

Drama School Posters For Acting Skills - Ideal For School Classrooms!

The large A1 size at Mentone Educational makes the bright and informative chart highly readable. Browse our great learning supplies + charts online.

Yes, and: Teaching Students to Improvise

Yes, and” is a great way to get started teaching students about acceptance of others’ ideas and building on those ideas. A great warmup.