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wdt_ID Title Date Author Publisher Abstract
1 Aboriginal Cultures And Perspectives: Diversity In The Classroom 1996 Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit Saskatchewan Instructional Development & Research Unit Making a Difference in the Classroom
2 Acting Jan-80 Creighton, Valerie Unpublished Tips on approaching script, acting problems to be careful of, audition technique, rehearsal techniques, and theatrical ethics
3 Acting And Stage Movement For Amateurs & Professionals 1963 White, Edwin/_x000D_ Battye, Marguerite Meriwether Publishing Ltd. A complete handbook for actors detailing all phases of acting and stage movement: speech control, interpretation of character style, sitting, walking, standing, hand and arm coordination and opposition, the eyes, the head, body movement, exits and entrances
4 Acting Games: Improvisations And Excercises 1993 Cassady, Marsh Meriwether Publishing Ltd. A four section book of acting games and improvisations to assist students in developing their creative abilities. Section One includes games for relaxing and focusing. Section Two helps students discover new ways of seeing themselves, others and the world around them. The Third Section demonstrates with improvisations how to use space to build scenes and create characters from imagination. Section Four features acting games to analyze and play characters from existing plays. All the essential elements of acting and character development are explored
5 Acting In Film Caine, Micheal Samuel French, Inc. The Academy Award-winning actor, Michael Caine, reveals his methods for on-screen success in a lively, straightforward guide to the craft and business of film acting. "Acting in Film" is entertaining, informative, and should be read by actors and filmgoers alike.
6 Acting Narrative Speeches - The Actor As Storyteller 2002 McDonough, Tim Meriwether Publishing Ltd. A comprehensive text that helps an actor learn to find the inherent energy, the emotional essence, the subtext coloring of every word and every sentence in a dramatic speech.
7 Acting Skills For Life 1989 Cameron, Ron Simon & Pierre Overcoming personal obstacles in acting; releasing the actor's body; discovering the actor's body and the character's body; blocking a scene; getting into character; internal approaches to characterization; voice and the actor; developing the actor's voice; psychology and acting; comedy and style; actor's introduction to Shakespeare
8 Adjudication 1990 American Alliance For Theatre & Education American Alliance For Theatre & Education This sixteen page monograph tells how adjudication can be a positive experience, with the emphasis on responding rather than judging. Practical tips are given which are applicable to Festival settings and competitions where educational and aesthetic values important.
9 Artist And Community Collaboration: A Toolkit For Community Projects 2006 Common Weal Community Arts Unpublished Handbook to help groups develop and deliver community projects.
10 Asking Better Questions: Models, Techniques And Classroom 1994 Morgan, Norah/_x000D_ Saxton, Julianna Pembrook Publishers This book examines why teachers are not secure as questioners and why students are so often shut out of the questioning process; helps teachers to understand why questions are so important to teaching and learning in the 21st century; suggest an uncomplicated way to classify the questions teachers need to ask in order to acquire information, build understanding and generate reflection; and offers models, techniques, activities and examples which promote better questioning by teachers and students
11 Audacious Poetry: Reflections Of Adolescence 1992 Barclay Lipson, Greta Good Apple Inc Several funny and honest poems. Level: Grades 6-9. A guided trip through moods, friends, teen-speak, transformations, parents, fashion, self-doubt and more. The insightful themes are linked to writing and discussion activities.
12 Audacious Poetry: Reflections Of Adolescence 1992 Barclay Lipson, Greta Good Apple Inc Several funny and honest poems. Level: Grades 6-9. A guided trip through moods, friends, teen-speak, transformations, parents, fashion, self-doubt and more. The insightful themes are linked to writing and discussion activities.
13 Back To The Basics Of Performance: K-9 1990 Calgary Board of Education Calgary Board of Education This booklet can offset a lot of the pitfalls that a novice or even an experienced teacher encounters as he or she produces the school show.. Practical suggestions and ideas contributed by teachers for teachers ensures an organized approach to performance
14 Back To The Basics Of Performance: K-9 1990 Calgary Board of Education Calgary Board of Education This booklet can offset a lot of the pitfalls that a novice or even an experienced teacher encounters as he or she produces the school show.. Practical suggestions and ideas contributed by teachers for teachers ensures an organized approach to performance
15 Backstage Handbook 1988 Carter, Paul Broadway Press This is a wonderfully practical aid to the set designer and builder, chock-full of information on everything you've ever wanted to know about the "nuts and bolts" of back stage work. Chapters: Tools, Hardware, Materials, Electrics, Shop Math, Architecture, and Theatre, with numerous detailed drawings of everything from actual common nail sizes to stage lighting instruments and hardware, to plan views of different types of theatres.
16 Basic Drama Projects (Sixth Edition) 1993 Tanner, Fran Tanner-Clark Publishing Co Structured in 29 chapters geared to many aspects of performance drama. Sample chapters: Developing Observation; Developing Concentration; Following Stage Directions. Each chapter follows the same instructional procedure: Important Words to Notice in This Assignment; Background Notes; Assignment and Its Purpose; How to Prepare; How to Present; Additional Projects; Bibliography; Activity Sheet (for the student) and Critique (for the instructor - i.e.. the teacher's evaluation). Appendices to the book include excellent notes on the history of the theatre, a glossary of basic stage terms, short rehearsal scenes, suggested one-act and three-act plays, and more.
17 Basic Drama Projects: Teachers Manual (Sixth Edition) 1993 Tanner, Fran Tanner-Clark Publishing Co none
18 Building Plays 1995 Tarlington, Carole and_x000D_ Michaels, Wendy Pembroke Publishers Simple Play building Techniques at Work
19 Canadian Drama Mosaic Sep-04 Burke, Margaret (Edited by) Theatre Canada A Historical Perspective of Canada's Theatre-in-Education
20 Character Building 1997 Colbourne, R. Garnet and_x000D_ Ramsden, J.R. International Thomson Publishing Drama Activities for middle years and secondary students written by Saskatoon teachers! Canadian
21 Circus In A Suitcase 1982 Bolton, Reg New Plays Incorporated Contents: What is a Circus? Children's Circuses In Communities and Schools; Circus Skills; How To Put On A Show
22 Clowning Around: Middle Years Abd Junior High 1984 Edmonton Public Schools Edmonton Public Schools Curriculum unit designed for students with some drama experience in mime and improvisation. The focus in the unit is on developing the Mime Clown; therefore speech is not included. Teacher's will find the unit helpful in extending and enriching the upper elementary or junior high drama program. Organizational guidance, activities and suggested resources are presented to facilitate the implementation of this extended dramatic form
23 Collective Creation 1989 Berry, Glenys and_x000D_ Reinbold, Loanne Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission This booklet is designed to assist drama teachers in using a collective creation to explore social issues of concern to teens. Collective creation is an exciting way to engage teens to explore and describe their interests.
24 Collective Creation Teacher's Manual, The 1996 Branyik, Christine Unpublished Written by a Saskatchewan teacher and theatre professional, this manual contains information on the Six Steps of a Collective Creation and includes chapters on: class structure; status of the class; the mini-lesson; group work; group share; journals; putting it all together; evaluation; bibliography and resources. Canadian
25 Collective Encounters 1987 Filewood, Alan University of Toronto Press A book recommended for middle years and secondary teachers. Alternative theatre has been one of Canada's strongest cultural institutions over the past twenty years. In this study of the genre as it has been developed nationally, Filewood examines six landmark examples in terms of their impact on their respective theaters and their role in Canada's cultural development generally. The plays include Theatre Passe Muraille's "The Farm Show", Toronto Workshop Production's "Ten Lost Years", Globe Theater's "No. 1 Hard", 25th Street Theater's "Paper Wheat", The Mummers Troupe's "Buchans: A Mining Town", and Catalyst Theater's "Its About Time"
26 Comedy Improvisation: Excercises And Techniques For Young Actors 1991 Horn, Delton T. Meriwether Publishing Inc. A unique resource book to learn the structures, techniques, and exercises of comedy improvisation including improv in the classroom; simple and advanced Improv structures; character Improv structures. Includes advanced acting exercises such as voiceless acting, faceless acting, and creating scripts through improvisation.
27 Complete Idiot's Guide To Robert's Rules, The 2004 Sylvester, Nancy Alpha
28 Contemporary Canadian Theatre 1985 Ed: Wagner, Anton Simon & Pierre Publishing Co Ltd A collection of essays prepared by The Canadian Theatre Critics Association. Topics: Government and Cultural Expression; Theatre and Drama Across Canada; The Electronic Media; The Canadian Performing Arts Mosaic; The Emergence of the Theatre Professional.
29 Create Your Own Stage Lighting 1985 Streader, Tim/_x000D_ Willimas, John Bell & Hyman A manual of essential skills for the lighting designer, (both student and amateur), this book provides a firm foundation for the creative use of lighting in support of dramatic objectives. Written by professionals, this book gives special attention to the needs of the amateur or occasional lighting designer. The historical survey of the art serves to broaden the reader's perception of the subject and introduces an examination of the role of the lighting designer._x000D_ _x000D_ Equipment is described and discussed, and the basic needs of a newly established theatrical group are set out. Chapters on planning for proscenium arch, thrust stage and area theatres, production procedures, and special effects are augmented with a special projects section based on the author's own productions. Basic electrical safety is emphasized throughout and is the subject of a chapter including electrical theory. Lighting the small stage with limited resources is also discussed in detail.
30 Create Your Own Stage Props 1984 Govier, Jacquie Prentice-Hall Inc This well organized, well-illustrated book gives information on materials and techniques for the making of "all the paraphernalia to be found whenever and whenever the plot thickens!"
31 Creating an Inclusive Classroom: Diversity in the Classroom Series 1996 Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit Saskatchewan Instructional Development & Research Unit Integrating Student with Special Needs
32 Creating Minds 1993 Gardner, Dr. Howard Basic Books, A Division of Harper Collins Publishers An anatomy of creativity seen through the lives of Freud, Einstein, Picasso, Stravinsky, Eliot, Graham, and Ghandi.
33 Creative Classroom, The 1993 Kelner, Lenore B. Heinemann: Portsmouth, NH Contents: activities in creativity, strategies for spelling, classifying and sequencing techniques, visualization and writing, language and role play, literature and story development, playbuilding.
34 Creative Drama For Grades 4-6 1988 Pendleton, Susan Saskatoon Separate School An invaluable resource by a Saskatchewan author, with lesson plans, and hundreds of activities. Clear aims and goals expressed. Canadian.
35 Creative Drama In The Classroom 1984 McCaslin, Nellie Longman Contents: Movement & Rhythm; Pantomime; Improv; Puppets and Masks; Stories & Plays; Poetry; Speech; Drama for special needs.
36 Creative Drama In The Intermediate Grades 1987 McCaslin, Nellie Longman Contents: Creative drama in the classroom, imagination, body and spatial awareness, movement and mime, improvisation, puppets and masks, drama for special needs.
37 Creative Drama Resource Book for Kindergarten Through Grade 3 1987 Heinig, Ruth Beall Prentice-Hall (Theatrebooks) A complete approach to using components of creative drama, story telling, narrative, puppets etc. in the classroom
38 Creative DramaIn The Primary Grades 1987 McCaslin, Nellie Longman Contents: Creative drama in the classroom, imagination, body and spatial awareness, movement and mime, improvisation, puppets and masks, drama for special needs.
39 Creative Experiences For The Elementary Child 1975 Keerak, Marilyn Saskatchewan Drama Association Inspires the use of drama in the classroom. Gives ideas and suggestions on a variety of aspects of drama, music, and art in the elementary school. A lengthy and full detailed bibliography is also included
40 Curriculum Support: Drama In Junior High 1989 Alberta Education Alberta Education Contents: Introduction; the adolescent; safety; program content (orientation, disciplines format, movement, speech, improvisation/acting, theatre studies, technical theatre); program planning; lesson planning; evaluation; post-school; program support/resources
41 Curriculum Support: Drama In Senior High 1989 Alberta Education Alberta Education Contents: introduction; the adolescent; safety; orientation; movement; speech, improvisation; acting; theatre studies; technical theatre/design; playwriting; directing; program planning; lesson planning; evaluation; post-school; program support/resources.
42 Developmental Drama - Theatre Arts 1977 Nova Scotia Eduaction Nova Scotia Department of Eduaction Contents: The Function of Drama; Consider a Human Being; Begin from where you are Imagination; Movement and the use of Sound; Speaking; Sensitivity & Characterization; Improvisation; Fighting & Violence; Playmaking & Play-building; Social Drama
43 Different Drummer 1972 Kemp, David McClelland & Stewart This book provides a new approach to drama. Providing thematic material for improvisational work, it enables students to create their own total theatre experience using all the media available and utilizing all the talent in the classroom. For the inexperienced teacher it provides a wealth of material, ideas, and exact directions on how to implement them. For the experiences teacher it provides the form of an improvisation through which he/she can extend their concepts.
44 Directing And Scriptwriting Grade 12 1988 BC Ministry of Education BC Ministry of Education Scriptwriting 12 introduces directing and scriptwriting. These areas are of particular interest to students who show leadership, are capable of detailed planning and organization, and have a flair for creative writing.
45 Directing And Scriptwriting Grade 12 1988 BC Ministry of Education BC Ministry of Education Scriptwriting 12 introduces directing and scriptwriting. These areas are of particular interest to students who show leadership, are capable of detailed planning and organization, and have a flair for creative writing.
46 Directing: Play Selection And Script Analysis Burgess, G. Unpublished Information handout from workshop about play selection and script analysis
47 Dorothy Heathcote: Drama As A Learning Medium 1976 Wagner, Betty Jane Hutchinson Educations This book illustrates how drama can: help classes catch a vision of the universal; internalize experience; reflect on it; and put it back into words. Includes practical guidelines on such areas as finding material, planning, using Role in teaching, teacher training and the handicapped._x000D_ _x000D_ Contents: What Drama Can Do; Evoking Not Directing; Edging In; Finding Material Through Brotherhoods; From Segmenting to Dramatic Focus; Leading Through Questions; Building Belief; Dropping to the Universal; Withholding Expertise; Planning; Using Role in teaching; Theatre Elements as Tools; Movement; The Left Hand of Knowing; Classifying Drama; Code Cracking; Literature and Language; Code Cracking: Other Areas; The Handicapped; Teacher Training; Guarantees For Drama.
48 Drama for Learning 1995 Heathcote, Dorothy/_x000D_ Bolton, Gavin Heinemann Heathcote's mantle of the expert approach to education
49 Drama Guildelines 1989 Lambert, Alan/_x000D_ Linnell, Rosemary/_x000D_ O'Neill, Cecily Heinemann Educational Books This British publication gives some excellent information and insights into what has become known as contextual drama. Of the seventeen lessons, eleven are geared to elementary students and six to junior and senior high age. They all deal with contextual drama rather than theatre or performance drama. The object of each lesson is clearly stated._x000D_ _x000D_ For example, Lesson 1 - To test whether understanding of moral dilemma can be achieved more effectively through drama than through narrative. This lesson was part of a project on Moral Education. Lesson 6 - To get a difficult and uncoordinated group to work successfully together. In the section, Aspects of Drama, such topics of movement, relaxation and games are discussed.
50 Drama Ideas I: Elementary 1990 Calgary Board of Education Calgary Board of Education Drama integrated into other curriculum areas, using various themes, topics, lessons and units.
wdt_ID Title Date Author Publisher Abstract
1 Aboriginal Cultures And Perspectives: Diversity In The Classroom 1996 Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit Saskatchewan Instructional Development & Research Unit Making a Difference in the Classroom
2 Acting Jan-80 Creighton, Valerie Unpublished Tips on approaching script, acting problems to be careful of, audition technique, rehearsal techniques, and theatrical ethics
3 Acting And Stage Movement For Amateurs & Professionals 1963 White, Edwin/_x000D_ Battye, Marguerite Meriwether Publishing Ltd. A complete handbook for actors detailing all phases of acting and stage movement: speech control, interpretation of character style, sitting, walking, standing, hand and arm coordination and opposition, the eyes, the head, body movement, exits and entrances
4 Acting Games: Improvisations And Excercises 1993 Cassady, Marsh Meriwether Publishing Ltd. A four section book of acting games and improvisations to assist students in developing their creative abilities. Section One includes games for relaxing and focusing. Section Two helps students discover new ways of seeing themselves, others and the world around them. The Third Section demonstrates with improvisations how to use space to build scenes and create characters from imagination. Section Four features acting games to analyze and play characters from existing plays. All the essential elements of acting and character development are explored
5 Acting In Film Caine, Micheal Samuel French, Inc. The Academy Award-winning actor, Michael Caine, reveals his methods for on-screen success in a lively, straightforward guide to the craft and business of film acting. "Acting in Film" is entertaining, informative, and should be read by actors and filmgoers alike.
6 Acting Narrative Speeches - The Actor As Storyteller 2002 McDonough, Tim Meriwether Publishing Ltd. A comprehensive text that helps an actor learn to find the inherent energy, the emotional essence, the subtext coloring of every word and every sentence in a dramatic speech.
7 Acting Skills For Life 1989 Cameron, Ron Simon & Pierre Overcoming personal obstacles in acting; releasing the actor's body; discovering the actor's body and the character's body; blocking a scene; getting into character; internal approaches to characterization; voice and the actor; developing the actor's voice; psychology and acting; comedy and style; actor's introduction to Shakespeare
8 Adjudication 1990 American Alliance For Theatre & Education American Alliance For Theatre & Education This sixteen page monograph tells how adjudication can be a positive experience, with the emphasis on responding rather than judging. Practical tips are given which are applicable to Festival settings and competitions where educational and aesthetic values important.
9 Artist And Community Collaboration: A Toolkit For Community Projects 2006 Common Weal Community Arts Unpublished Handbook to help groups develop and deliver community projects.
10 Asking Better Questions: Models, Techniques And Classroom 1994 Morgan, Norah/_x000D_ Saxton, Julianna Pembrook Publishers This book examines why teachers are not secure as questioners and why students are so often shut out of the questioning process; helps teachers to understand why questions are so important to teaching and learning in the 21st century; suggest an uncomplicated way to classify the questions teachers need to ask in order to acquire information, build understanding and generate reflection; and offers models, techniques, activities and examples which promote better questioning by teachers and students
11 Audacious Poetry: Reflections Of Adolescence 1992 Barclay Lipson, Greta Good Apple Inc Several funny and honest poems. Level: Grades 6-9. A guided trip through moods, friends, teen-speak, transformations, parents, fashion, self-doubt and more. The insightful themes are linked to writing and discussion activities.
12 Audacious Poetry: Reflections Of Adolescence 1992 Barclay Lipson, Greta Good Apple Inc Several funny and honest poems. Level: Grades 6-9. A guided trip through moods, friends, teen-speak, transformations, parents, fashion, self-doubt and more. The insightful themes are linked to writing and discussion activities.
13 Back To The Basics Of Performance: K-9 1990 Calgary Board of Education Calgary Board of Education This booklet can offset a lot of the pitfalls that a novice or even an experienced teacher encounters as he or she produces the school show.. Practical suggestions and ideas contributed by teachers for teachers ensures an organized approach to performance
14 Back To The Basics Of Performance: K-9 1990 Calgary Board of Education Calgary Board of Education This booklet can offset a lot of the pitfalls that a novice or even an experienced teacher encounters as he or she produces the school show.. Practical suggestions and ideas contributed by teachers for teachers ensures an organized approach to performance
15 Backstage Handbook 1988 Carter, Paul Broadway Press This is a wonderfully practical aid to the set designer and builder, chock-full of information on everything you've ever wanted to know about the "nuts and bolts" of back stage work. Chapters: Tools, Hardware, Materials, Electrics, Shop Math, Architecture, and Theatre, with numerous detailed drawings of everything from actual common nail sizes to stage lighting instruments and hardware, to plan views of different types of theatres.
16 Basic Drama Projects (Sixth Edition) 1993 Tanner, Fran Tanner-Clark Publishing Co Structured in 29 chapters geared to many aspects of performance drama. Sample chapters: Developing Observation; Developing Concentration; Following Stage Directions. Each chapter follows the same instructional procedure: Important Words to Notice in This Assignment; Background Notes; Assignment and Its Purpose; How to Prepare; How to Present; Additional Projects; Bibliography; Activity Sheet (for the student) and Critique (for the instructor - i.e.. the teacher's evaluation). Appendices to the book include excellent notes on the history of the theatre, a glossary of basic stage terms, short rehearsal scenes, suggested one-act and three-act plays, and more.
17 Basic Drama Projects: Teachers Manual (Sixth Edition) 1993 Tanner, Fran Tanner-Clark Publishing Co none
18 Building Plays 1995 Tarlington, Carole and_x000D_ Michaels, Wendy Pembroke Publishers Simple Play building Techniques at Work
19 Canadian Drama Mosaic Sep-04 Burke, Margaret (Edited by) Theatre Canada A Historical Perspective of Canada's Theatre-in-Education
20 Character Building 1997 Colbourne, R. Garnet and_x000D_ Ramsden, J.R. International Thomson Publishing Drama Activities for middle years and secondary students written by Saskatoon teachers! Canadian
21 Circus In A Suitcase 1982 Bolton, Reg New Plays Incorporated Contents: What is a Circus? Children's Circuses In Communities and Schools; Circus Skills; How To Put On A Show
22 Clowning Around: Middle Years Abd Junior High 1984 Edmonton Public Schools Edmonton Public Schools Curriculum unit designed for students with some drama experience in mime and improvisation. The focus in the unit is on developing the Mime Clown; therefore speech is not included. Teacher's will find the unit helpful in extending and enriching the upper elementary or junior high drama program. Organizational guidance, activities and suggested resources are presented to facilitate the implementation of this extended dramatic form
23 Collective Creation 1989 Berry, Glenys and_x000D_ Reinbold, Loanne Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission This booklet is designed to assist drama teachers in using a collective creation to explore social issues of concern to teens. Collective creation is an exciting way to engage teens to explore and describe their interests.
24 Collective Creation Teacher's Manual, The 1996 Branyik, Christine Unpublished Written by a Saskatchewan teacher and theatre professional, this manual contains information on the Six Steps of a Collective Creation and includes chapters on: class structure; status of the class; the mini-lesson; group work; group share; journals; putting it all together; evaluation; bibliography and resources. Canadian
25 Collective Encounters 1987 Filewood, Alan University of Toronto Press A book recommended for middle years and secondary teachers. Alternative theatre has been one of Canada's strongest cultural institutions over the past twenty years. In this study of the genre as it has been developed nationally, Filewood examines six landmark examples in terms of their impact on their respective theaters and their role in Canada's cultural development generally. The plays include Theatre Passe Muraille's "The Farm Show", Toronto Workshop Production's "Ten Lost Years", Globe Theater's "No. 1 Hard", 25th Street Theater's "Paper Wheat", The Mummers Troupe's "Buchans: A Mining Town", and Catalyst Theater's "Its About Time"
26 Comedy Improvisation: Excercises And Techniques For Young Actors 1991 Horn, Delton T. Meriwether Publishing Inc. A unique resource book to learn the structures, techniques, and exercises of comedy improvisation including improv in the classroom; simple and advanced Improv structures; character Improv structures. Includes advanced acting exercises such as voiceless acting, faceless acting, and creating scripts through improvisation.
27 Complete Idiot's Guide To Robert's Rules, The 2004 Sylvester, Nancy Alpha
28 Contemporary Canadian Theatre 1985 Ed: Wagner, Anton Simon & Pierre Publishing Co Ltd A collection of essays prepared by The Canadian Theatre Critics Association. Topics: Government and Cultural Expression; Theatre and Drama Across Canada; The Electronic Media; The Canadian Performing Arts Mosaic; The Emergence of the Theatre Professional.
29 Create Your Own Stage Lighting 1985 Streader, Tim/_x000D_ Willimas, John Bell & Hyman A manual of essential skills for the lighting designer, (both student and amateur), this book provides a firm foundation for the creative use of lighting in support of dramatic objectives. Written by professionals, this book gives special attention to the needs of the amateur or occasional lighting designer. The historical survey of the art serves to broaden the reader's perception of the subject and introduces an examination of the role of the lighting designer._x000D_ _x000D_ Equipment is described and discussed, and the basic needs of a newly established theatrical group are set out. Chapters on planning for proscenium arch, thrust stage and area theatres, production procedures, and special effects are augmented with a special projects section based on the author's own productions. Basic electrical safety is emphasized throughout and is the subject of a chapter including electrical theory. Lighting the small stage with limited resources is also discussed in detail.
30 Create Your Own Stage Props 1984 Govier, Jacquie Prentice-Hall Inc This well organized, well-illustrated book gives information on materials and techniques for the making of "all the paraphernalia to be found whenever and whenever the plot thickens!"
31 Creating an Inclusive Classroom: Diversity in the Classroom Series 1996 Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit Saskatchewan Instructional Development & Research Unit Integrating Student with Special Needs
32 Creating Minds 1993 Gardner, Dr. Howard Basic Books, A Division of Harper Collins Publishers An anatomy of creativity seen through the lives of Freud, Einstein, Picasso, Stravinsky, Eliot, Graham, and Ghandi.
33 Creative Classroom, The 1993 Kelner, Lenore B. Heinemann: Portsmouth, NH Contents: activities in creativity, strategies for spelling, classifying and sequencing techniques, visualization and writing, language and role play, literature and story development, playbuilding.
34 Creative Drama For Grades 4-6 1988 Pendleton, Susan Saskatoon Separate School An invaluable resource by a Saskatchewan author, with lesson plans, and hundreds of activities. Clear aims and goals expressed. Canadian.
35 Creative Drama In The Classroom 1984 McCaslin, Nellie Longman Contents: Movement & Rhythm; Pantomime; Improv; Puppets and Masks; Stories & Plays; Poetry; Speech; Drama for special needs.
36 Creative Drama In The Intermediate Grades 1987 McCaslin, Nellie Longman Contents: Creative drama in the classroom, imagination, body and spatial awareness, movement and mime, improvisation, puppets and masks, drama for special needs.
37 Creative Drama Resource Book for Kindergarten Through Grade 3 1987 Heinig, Ruth Beall Prentice-Hall (Theatrebooks) A complete approach to using components of creative drama, story telling, narrative, puppets etc. in the classroom
38 Creative DramaIn The Primary Grades 1987 McCaslin, Nellie Longman Contents: Creative drama in the classroom, imagination, body and spatial awareness, movement and mime, improvisation, puppets and masks, drama for special needs.
39 Creative Experiences For The Elementary Child 1975 Keerak, Marilyn Saskatchewan Drama Association Inspires the use of drama in the classroom. Gives ideas and suggestions on a variety of aspects of drama, music, and art in the elementary school. A lengthy and full detailed bibliography is also included
40 Curriculum Support: Drama In Junior High 1989 Alberta Education Alberta Education Contents: Introduction; the adolescent; safety; program content (orientation, disciplines format, movement, speech, improvisation/acting, theatre studies, technical theatre); program planning; lesson planning; evaluation; post-school; program support/resources
41 Curriculum Support: Drama In Senior High 1989 Alberta Education Alberta Education Contents: introduction; the adolescent; safety; orientation; movement; speech, improvisation; acting; theatre studies; technical theatre/design; playwriting; directing; program planning; lesson planning; evaluation; post-school; program support/resources.
42 Developmental Drama - Theatre Arts 1977 Nova Scotia Eduaction Nova Scotia Department of Eduaction Contents: The Function of Drama; Consider a Human Being; Begin from where you are Imagination; Movement and the use of Sound; Speaking; Sensitivity & Characterization; Improvisation; Fighting & Violence; Playmaking & Play-building; Social Drama
43 Different Drummer 1972 Kemp, David McClelland & Stewart This book provides a new approach to drama. Providing thematic material for improvisational work, it enables students to create their own total theatre experience using all the media available and utilizing all the talent in the classroom. For the inexperienced teacher it provides a wealth of material, ideas, and exact directions on how to implement them. For the experiences teacher it provides the form of an improvisation through which he/she can extend their concepts.
44 Directing And Scriptwriting Grade 12 1988 BC Ministry of Education BC Ministry of Education Scriptwriting 12 introduces directing and scriptwriting. These areas are of particular interest to students who show leadership, are capable of detailed planning and organization, and have a flair for creative writing.
45 Directing And Scriptwriting Grade 12 1988 BC Ministry of Education BC Ministry of Education Scriptwriting 12 introduces directing and scriptwriting. These areas are of particular interest to students who show leadership, are capable of detailed planning and organization, and have a flair for creative writing.
46 Directing: Play Selection And Script Analysis Burgess, G. Unpublished Information handout from workshop about play selection and script analysis
47 Dorothy Heathcote: Drama As A Learning Medium 1976 Wagner, Betty Jane Hutchinson Educations This book illustrates how drama can: help classes catch a vision of the universal; internalize experience; reflect on it; and put it back into words. Includes practical guidelines on such areas as finding material, planning, using Role in teaching, teacher training and the handicapped._x000D_ _x000D_ Contents: What Drama Can Do; Evoking Not Directing; Edging In; Finding Material Through Brotherhoods; From Segmenting to Dramatic Focus; Leading Through Questions; Building Belief; Dropping to the Universal; Withholding Expertise; Planning; Using Role in teaching; Theatre Elements as Tools; Movement; The Left Hand of Knowing; Classifying Drama; Code Cracking; Literature and Language; Code Cracking: Other Areas; The Handicapped; Teacher Training; Guarantees For Drama.
48 Drama for Learning 1995 Heathcote, Dorothy/_x000D_ Bolton, Gavin Heinemann Heathcote's mantle of the expert approach to education
49 Drama Guildelines 1989 Lambert, Alan/_x000D_ Linnell, Rosemary/_x000D_ O'Neill, Cecily Heinemann Educational Books This British publication gives some excellent information and insights into what has become known as contextual drama. Of the seventeen lessons, eleven are geared to elementary students and six to junior and senior high age. They all deal with contextual drama rather than theatre or performance drama. The object of each lesson is clearly stated._x000D_ _x000D_ For example, Lesson 1 - To test whether understanding of moral dilemma can be achieved more effectively through drama than through narrative. This lesson was part of a project on Moral Education. Lesson 6 - To get a difficult and uncoordinated group to work successfully together. In the section, Aspects of Drama, such topics of movement, relaxation and games are discussed.
50 Drama Ideas I: Elementary 1990 Calgary Board of Education Calgary Board of Education Drama integrated into other curriculum areas, using various themes, topics, lessons and units.