Drama Integration

Grades 6 to 8

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If you don't know me yet, I'm a Theater Education Expert

-You're a well-meaning teacher with a lot on your plate.

-Between lesson planning, caretaking, and responsibilities outside of the classroom (and after a year of remote learning), things probably are still feeling over whelming.

-After teaching for 30+ years, I know what it takes to create a complete and dynamic lesson plan that is easy to follow, implement AND improves student engagement.

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In this free lesson plan, you'll get...

--A ready-to-go lesson: I've done your lesson plan for you! I know you have a lot on your plate. In this resource, you'll receive a Drama Integration lesson plan, including the how-to procedure, the details for planning, and the materials organized. 

--A teacher's script: I'm giving you what to say and how to say it to lead your class with confidence! Instead of sitting in front of your kids nervous with new material, you'll know exactly what to say to your students.  Let's take away any jitters or imposter syndrome.

--FREE resource to further extend the learning: I give you something that will actually help you build on this lesson into further activities. Nothing hypothetical here, but an actual resource to use as a springboard for other lesson plans. Let's work smarter not harder!

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Here's the Scoop! 

The purpose of this guide is to give you a lesson you can use in ANY middle school grade level class to nurture engagement and interest in your classroom and build your skills as an effective, vibrant teacher.

Through participation in theatre, students develop speaking and listening skills. Students collaborate with others in accomplishing common goals. Theatre arts promotes creativity in problem solving.

Though many classroom teachers do not have a drama teacher to collaborate with, drama is a natural place to begin arts integration. Regardless of your experience (or lack thereof) in theatre arts.

Drama Integration works in many situations, my friend.

It provides a safe environment for students to explore behavior, ideas, creativity, and school subjects.

A teacher can use it in a simple manner to teach a particular concept or more complexly by producing a play. Its uses are varied.

Easy to follow steps you can take right away to improve your students engagment. Let's get you started! 


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It just takes a few minutes to download this guide, check out the procedure, gather a few materials and you are own your way to engaging your students in your classroom. If this sounds good to you, then join me center stage


@Dramamommaspeaks Deb is a retired drama teacher and director having done both for over thirty-eight years. During that time, she directed over 250 plays and musicals with children and adults alike. She is featured on podcasts such as ThedTalk.com and thrice nominated for the Disney Teacher of the Year award. Deb created and administrated youth theater programs in the mid-west and serves as consultant to others. Lastly, Deb is an award-winning indie author and featured as a guest blogger on Litpick.com.

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