Drama Map : Online Interactive Tool http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/ Drama Map
An updated version of the Story Map, this interactive best suits secondary students in literary study.
Students can map out the key elements of character, setting, conflict, and resolution (shown at left) for a variety purposes and activities associated with works of drama.
The interactive includes a set of graphic organizers which can facilitate postreading as well as prewriting activities that best suit your curriculum. After completing individual sections or the entire organizer, students have the ability to print out their final versions for feedback and assessment.
Cornell University Library Digital Collections http://cdl.library.cornell.edu/ Cornell University Library Digital Collections
The Global Performing Arts Database (GloPAD) is a project of the Global Performing Arts Consortium (GloPAC). GloPAD includes images, sound recordings, video clips, and 3-D models of the world's performing arts with detailed descriptions in standardized formats to enable effective cross-cultural searching.
Learning Through the Arts http://www.rcmusic.ca/learning-through-arts Learning Through the Arts?(LTTA) is an international educational initiative dedicated to changing the way the core curriculum is taught and learned in public schools.
Lesson plans, demonstration videos and inspiring messages from LTTA artists are now offered on-line through this site. Visit often as we add more features, research and resources.
We combine the arts with all academic subjects, and our students learn the interconnectedness of all things.
We teach math through visual art, language through song, science through dance, and social studies through storytelling.
Applied and Interactive Theatre Guide http://www.tonisant.com/aitg/index.shtml Applied and Interactive Theatre Guide
.... a resource for those who use theatre techniques for other or more than arts or entertainment purposes, and for those whose theatre styles incorporate other than traditional presentation styles.
Boal Techniques | Drama Therapy | Hacktivism | History of Theatre | Playback Theatre | Psychodrama | Radical Theatre | Sociodrama |
Creative Drama http://www.creativedrama.com/ Creative drama can help children learn about emotions, problem solving, and relating to other people. Through their experiences with drama, students develop their imaginations and their confidence. One of the most special things about creative drama is that there are no "wrong" answers - through pretending, animals can talk, kids can travel to outer space or the jungle, and the sky can be green while the grass is blue. Use the ideas in this section to work magic in your classroom.