21 Things Theatre Teachers Can Tell Their Students That Regular Teachers Can't -- These are actual conversations that actual theatre educators are having with their students. Every theatre teacher wonders, “What do my students go home and tell their parents?” Hey Mom and Dad! Guess what my theatre teacher said today.
A Dramatic Education -- Welcome to "A Dramatic Education!" Browse the lesson plans, click on some links, scan the internet, search, and give your own input!
Art of Play, The -- An essay on how even more or less structured games may have dramatic elements.
Arts on the Move -- Provides creative support for schools, youth theatres, junior drama groups and young actors
Beautiful Qualities of Drama Educators, The -- I share this list with you today as I feel Drama Educators are often undervalued when in reality they are a unique commodity with much to offer the educational system.
BluePrintArts -- Curriculum guide for New York City Department of Education. Study Guides -- Many Broadway shows offer study guides to help you incorporate theater into your curriculum. Feel free to share these guides with your group to give them a better understanding of the show!
ChildDrama -- This website is packed with resources for Drama Teachers in Elementary and Secondary Schools. -- Create free educational games, quizzes, activities and diagrams in seconds! -- Devoted to teaching high school-level techies practical and useful skills they can use in the theatre.
Copyright for Drama Teachers -- The 6 Spokes of Intellectual Property.
Creative Drama and Role-Playing in Education -- Ideas on helping young people improvise.
Creative Drama and Theatre Education Resource Site -- A resource for educators, students, artists, and interested parties in creative drama and theatre.
Dramatic Feelings -- Students will examine a feeling word and represent it in a dramatic presentation.
Drama Lesson Plans -- If you're looking for new ideas, need to build a portfolio of lessons quickly or just want to save time then our drama lesson plans are for you.
Drama Notebook -- Drama Notebook is a trusted name in drama education. With plenty of free resources, and new materials added all of the time, it continues to be a favorite 'go-to' website for drama teachers in 28 countries.
Drama and Theatre Lesson Plans -- 39 lesson plans.
Educational Theatre Association -- Theatre festivals for students, professional development programs for theatre teachers, a magazine, a quarterly journal, and much more.
Emergency Lesson Plans -- A collection of 25 Emergency Lesson Plans, perfect for enhancing your drama toolbox, to leave with a substitute teacher, or to liven things up on a rainy day.
FormSwift -- With our three lesson plan templates, educators can create and fill out a lesson plan with a professional design for their math, science and language arts courses, and download them in PDF or MS Word format with a single click.
FreeBookNotes -- The original and largest literature study guide search engine on the web. We have meticulously scoured the web to track down all of the free book notes, study guides, book summaries, chapter summaries, and analyses available for thousands of books, plays, and poems.
IDEAS -- Wisconsin High School Theatre Education standards.
Practical Technical Theatre -- They know what works in the classroom, the National Standard for the Arts, and what the typical theatre student needs to know.
LibraryThing -- Enter what you’re reading or your whole library. It’s an easy, library-quality way to catalog your books online and share with others. Maybe you have what they need and vice versa!
Multi-Cultural Theatre in Music -- Designed to help fourth and fifth grade students acquire musical and dramatic skills and knowledge. -- We provide an educational supplement for better understanding of classic and contemporary Literature Profiles, Metaphor Analysis, Theme Analyses, and Author Biographies.
Perfection Learning -- A leading publisher of teacher and student curriculum materials for grades Pre-K through 12.
Practical Technical Theatre -- The complete solution for technical theatre classrooms.
Produce a Play -- Producing a play or musical doesn't have to be a hair-raising or hair-graying experience. All it takes is desire, organization and knowledge (some resources help too!). While we can't make you want to produce a play or produce a play for you, what we can do is help you organize your efforts and give you the knowledge to make it a successful experience for all involved.
Pro Profs -- The site hosts more than 1,000,000 pages of content in 70+ languages, and is a leading platform for online training and assessment with the world's largest library of professional tests & quizzes.
Quizlet -- Create your own flashcards.
Research and Study of the Theatre by National Cultures -- Caribbean, American, English, French, German, Greek, Israeli, Italian, Japanese, Roman, Spanish.
Schmoop -- Lively Learning Guides by Experts & Educators.
SparkNotes -- Tod.ay's most popular study guides.
Science Direct -- Drama education and improvisation as a resource of teacher student's creativity
TDF Theatre Dictionary -- Defining theatre terms.
TeachIt English -- Because we know that English teachers often teach both English and Drama we are delighted to be able to offer a little help in this area.
TeAchnology -- free and easy to use resources for teachers dedicated to improving the education of today's generation of students.
WWW Virtual Library of Theatre and Drama Resources/ -- Here you will find pointers to resources in more than 40 countries around the world, for professionals, amateurs, academics and students of all ages. -- The Biggest Theatre Glossary on the Web with over 1400 terms now listed. -- Original playscripts for high schools.
TheatreFolk Trivia -- A collection of 1028 theatre trivia questions covering 14 categories.
TheatrGroup Method Acting Procedures -- This page will lead interested individuals to descriptions of various techniques and procedures of so-called "method" acting. What you will find here is not copied from books. It's in my own words, and composed for you with definitions, analogies, descriptions and examples of this work which I am able to relate to you after studying,teaching and using it as an actor for the past 23 years.
Theatre in Education -- Info on some alternative theatre education programs.
Theatre Templates -- Running a theatre requires a lot of different forms, spreadsheets and other paperwork. We've created templates for all that paperwork and gathered it in one convenient collection.

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