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EDU 397D - Methods: K -12 Drama

4 Credit(s)
Candidates develop an understanding of drama as an art form as well as drama’s integration with other subject areas. They develop learning strategies and assessment techniques which are in accordance with state and national standards in the arts. They develop their own creative thinking and expressive arts skills by participating in instructor- and peer-lead activities, and by assignments targeted for risk-taking and creative problem-solving. Infused topics include creative drama in the K-5 setting and play production in the upper grades; drama literature and history; film and theatre analysis. Infused topics include creating a stimulating learning environment for the arts; diversity; Indian Education for All; visual literacy; and competitive speech and drama practices at the high school level; advocacy for arts education. Candidates skills and learning are assessed through a methods including experiential learning activities in devising teaching strategies, peer teaching and a field experience in a K-setting. $10 Course Fee.

Prerequisite(s): Admission to TEP and completion of all drama courses required for the Minor; or c/i.
(spring/odd-numbered years)



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