Broadway Classroom offers workshops for groups attending Broadway shows
to enrich their theatrical experience! The site features a great deal
of show information and educator resources for integrating Broadway into
Drama Games - The children should start
off with games that introduce themselves and their hobbies.
Feelings- Students will examine a feeling word and represent it in
a dramatic presentation. Through this, students will present and observe
the different situations that different feelings can exist in.
Act IV Scene 1-3 - Students understand, make inferences and draw conclusions
about the structure and elements of drama and provide evidence from text
to support their understanding.
Last Performance in Night - Students will read chapter 6, the end
of the Death March scene in Night, and read the final moments of Juliek's
life, discovering the power of music as a means of expressions.
Caesar- "The unit affords practice in analyzing and discussing
character in a written composition, in discussing how decisions based
on character move the plot of a drama forward, in speculating on leadership
skills, and in searching for alternatives to violence in government leadership
Into A Story - Students will participate in acting out a story that
was recently read in class.