"All the world's a stage." Those lines from Shakespeare sum up the reason for teaching drama to students. "All men and women are merely players." Whether it is through role-playing, pantomime or skits and plays, drama allows students to step out of their own lives and into the realm of another. "They have their exits and their entrances;/And one man in his time plays many parts." Teaching drama to young children builds language skills as well as self-confidence. Older students also find drama a great means for expressing themselves. This guide has drama resources for teaching strategies as well as various lesson plans that include skits and plays, pantomime and role-play. So, on with the show!
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