Improvisation & Theatre Games

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Learning has never been so much fun! Nancy Polette draws from her background and interaction with teachers and librarians and presents a joyful way to work with students – she issues an invitation “to play improv” and do what kids already like to do – pretend! And because there is no “scripting,” students are successful at their attempts at improv. Literature topics include Plot, Change of Mood, Literary Elements, Setting, Character, and Dialog. The activities allow students to . . .• Use both productive and critical thinking skills• “Grow” their imaginations• Develop skills in reading fluency• Grow in self confidence• Improve comprehension skills• Demonstrate knowledge and skills in diverse ways • Build oral language facility40+ activities include . . . Coming to the Party as a Book Character . . . There’s A Noun in your Oxcart (Sentence Building) . . . Story Sequels . . . Quotation Stories . . . Character Circles . . . Genre Conversations . . . Title Stories . . . ABC Fairy Tale . . . Circle Story . . . Question Dialog . . . Character Interview . . . and more

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