Activating Critical Thinking and Collaboration Through Drama and Literature

This workshop was developed in association with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and is partially underwritten by the Department of Education and the National Committee for the Performing Arts.

Do you struggle with student engagement and buy-in when teaching literature? Engage students of all learning styles with this interactive approach to chapter books. Focusing on story structure and characterization, this workshop will allow students to view stories through a different lens as they bring the pages to life through their own dramatization. Participants will walk away from this workshop with tips and tricks on how to use theatre to enrich their ELA curriculum while also creating a more collaborative classroom culture. Continuing Education Units available.

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When Tuesday, March 3, 2020
8:00am - 11:00am
Location Luther Burbank Center for the Arts | Education Studio
50 Mark West Springs Road, Santa Rosa
Presenter Ashleigh Worley, Teaching Artist
Cost $45.00 (includes materials and morning refreshments)
Audience For teachers of grades 3-6
Registration closes 03/02/2020
Registration Tracy Sawyer, Community Engagement Coordinator
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts | 707.800.7529
Questions Tracy Sawyer, Community Engagement Coordinator
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts | 707.800.7529

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