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2nd Grade Drama Kits

Drama Games

- Social/Emotional Learning


Target basic social and emotional learning concepts and skills through drama games and dramatic role-play.  Self-awareness, self-management, cooperation, social awareness and relationship building are all embedded in this series of activities.

Students working in pairs.
This lesson uses improvisation and role-play as an arts-integrated educational drama strategy providing opportunities for students to construct knowledge through movement, sound and imaginative play.


Story in a Bag 

- Dramatic Story Structure


Explore collaborative storytelling through improvisation. Following the Story Spine, students are guided by the teacher-as-narrator in creative play to invent character, dialogue and action for the plot within a setting. The lesson provides opportunities for students to construct knowledge through movement, spoken language, and imaginative play.

Students improvising.
This lesson uses improvisation as an arts-integrated educational drama strategy providing opportunities for students to construct knowledge through movement, sound and imaginative play.

Pantomime


Pantomime is an imaginative style of performance where actors tell stories silently, using gesture, facial expression and imaginary props. It is the art of nonverbal expression and illusion. This lesson provides a simple progression of exercises to teach the basic skills of pantomime.

Students practicing mime.

This lesson uses mime and movement as an arts-integrated educational drama strategy providing opportunities for students to construct knowledge through movement, sound and imaginative play.
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