Truth In Play: Drama Strategies For Building Meaningful Performances

Truth In Play: Drama Strategies For Building Meaningful Performances

Truth in Play: Drama Strategies for Building Meaningful Performances

Geared towards high-school students, Truth in Play: Drama Strategies for Building Meaningful Performances features a curated collection of short scenes from Canadian plays, complete with teaching strategies and learning activities for each. The scenes included in this book will help students step inside the text and empathize with the characters to further their understanding of motivations and feelings.

About the Author

Debbie Nyman is an instructor of the Dramatic Arts Additional Qualifications program at the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. She was a classroom dramatic arts teacher and instructional leader with the Toronto District School Board for several years. Debbie has written documents and resources at the board and ministry levels and is the co-author of Drama Schemes, Themes and Dreams (Pembroke Publishers).

Jill Lloyd-Jones has been a drama teacher and instructional leader for many years at the Toronto District School Board. She has worked collaboratively with all levels of educators in Ontario to support innovation in the teaching of dramatic arts and movement. She was also a writer for the two popular TDSB Treasures for Teaching documents. Having just moved to the...

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