New Poll: What Would You Like To See Published On The Drama Teacher?
Today I have posted a new interactive poll with the question “What would you like to see published on The Drama Teacher?” Here is your chance to have a say in future content posted on The Drama Teacher website. Perhaps you are after information on different theatre styles, units of work in drama, or junior drama activities? Hopefully, I have anticipated general areas of need and interest. You can respond to more than one answer, if you like. Scroll down to see the poll in the footer section of this website. Take part in the poll today!
This poll has now closed.
Your description of genres are succinct and understandable. Specific activities relating to genre focus would make this more effective.
Lesson plans of any kind would be wonderful. Anything focused on Greek, renaissance, or Elizabethan Theatre would be of immense help as well.
I enjoy reading and using some of your material. But could you look for skills for life activities for young adults with learning difficulties. I also do use drama with autistic young people and some Down syndrome. So would keen to hget ideas, exercises and the type of play we could use. Thanks
I’d love to see great lesson plans, particularly for specific conventions and dramatic elements.
I would like to see more charts (action verbs for acting, adjectives to describe characters, technical theater design (costume, scenery, prop, sound), resources on Asian theater, Boal’s Theater of the Oppressed, improvisation and children’s theater.