You're Making a Scene
In this activity, led by Anne Tromsness, SCGSAH Drama Faculty, students will read a book together as a class and learn how to write a script and act out their favorite scene. Integrating drama into a reading lesson is a fantastic way to excite students about reading!
Suitable for grades K-8.
- What's included
-Teacher Guide (Digital)
-Storyboard Sheet (Digital)
-Full Companion Video
- Guiding Question
How can I work with others to create and act out a scene from our book? What can I do to support my group in solving problems?
- Standards Addressed
Theatre Anchor Standard 1: I can create scenes and write scripts using story elements and structure.
T.CR.IH.1 I can write short scenes and monologues using basic dramatic structure.
This resource also aligns with the following from the Profile of the SC Graduate:
World Class Skills: Creativity and Innovation, Collaboration and Teamwork
Life and Career Characteristics: Interpersonal Skills
About the Project Creator
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This resource will be available in March 2023.
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