This course shows teachers how to use drama techniques to make everyday classroom lessons come to life.  Drama Games give teachers a new educational tool for any subject by using improvisational theatre concepts as an active form of learning.   Improvisational theatre gives students a fun and interactive way to learn English, reading, literature, history, communications, speech and much more.   These activities can be used with all ages of students and in any classroom setting.  
Drama Games:
  • Encourage creativity and the use of imagination
  • Foster cooperation and teamwork
  • Instill confidence and a strong self-image
  • Provide focus and concentration
  • Improve listening skills
  • Encourage acceptance of each student's uniqueness
  • Allow fun and humor to permeate the classroom
This course is appropriate for teachers of all subjects, grades K-12.  


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Thanks for the great course. Mr. Larson was a great professor, who always gave timely feedback and comments.

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