2 edition of Suggestions for a course of study in theatre arts at the secondary school level. found in the catalog.
Suggestions for a course of study in theatre arts at the secondary school level.
American Educational Theatre Association.
in [Evanston, Ill.?]
Written in English
|Other titles||A suggested outline for a course of study in theatre arts.|
|Statement||A report prepared by a special committee of the Secondary School Theatre Conference and presented at the annual AETA conventin, August 21, 1962, at Eugene, Ore.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 71 p.|
|Number of Pages||71|
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This guide contains activities developed by experienced secondary school theatre teachers to fit the goals they set up for theatre education.
The purpose of this volume is to demonstrate concepts in theatre that may be used for study in the art under varying circumstances. The material is designed to be a basis for action--starting points for several kinds of theatre involvement. "A report prepared by a special committee of the Secondary School Theatre Conference and presented at the annual AETA conventin, Augat Eugene, Ore."--Page [i].
Description: vii, 71 pages ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Suggestions for a course of study in theatre arts at the secondary school level Course of study.
If you’re a preservice teacher planning to teach the theatre arts, an in-service secondary teacher considering a foray into teaching theatre, or a theatre professional considering the classroom, there’s a lot to learn. But you don’t have to know everything to teach well from the start, you just need Theatre in the Secondary School by: 7.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: American Educational Theatre Association. OCLC Number: Notes: A revision of the Course of study in theatre arts at the secondary school level published in Description: viii, pages ; 28 cm. Students should progress into the Advanced Theater Workshop course.
4 Advanced Drama - (5 credits) By graduation from secondary school, all students should, in at least one area of theatre, and the visual arts at the appropriate level of study. Organization of the Standards. 7 This organization of the visual and performing File Size: 1MB.
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The standards are designed to be cumulative, progressing in complexity by course. At last. A student-friendly, teacher-friendly workbook with study units for a full year of classroom drama activities. The entire spectrum of theatre is covered in ten sections: 1.
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