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Study Guides 

’69 Seasons Study Guide

Brown V. Board Study Guide

In One Era Study Guide

Native Study Guide

Night Before Christmas Carol Study Guide

War Bonds Study Guide

Wrights of Passage Study Guide


Theatre Etiquette

EbzB’s Theatre Etiquette Tip Sheet

Advice From Emily Post on Audience Etiquette


Arts Integration Resources

Arts Integration is an approach to teaching in which students construct and demonstrate understanding through an art form. Students engage in a creative process which connects an art form and another subject area, and meets evolving objectives in both.

Devised theatre (also called collaborative creation, particularly in the United States) is a form of theatre where the script originates not from a writer or writers, but from collaborative, usually improvisatory, work by a group of people (usually, but not necessarily, the performers). By the time a devised piece presents itself to the public, it usually has a fixed form: the improvisation is confined to the creation process, and either a writer, a director, or the performers themselves, will have decided exactly what is to be included and the running sequence.


EbzB Devised Theatre Workshop Handout -  Flight Connections (K - 5)

EbzB Devised Theater Lesson Plan Materials - Flight Connections ( K - 5)

National Park Service ~ From Wheel To Wing - Wright Brothers Lesson Plan


EbzB Devised Theatre Workshop Handout - Greensboro Sit-Ins  (5 - 12)

EbzB Devised Theater Lesson Plan Materials - Greensboro Sit-Ins (5 - 12)


Lincoln Center Institute Capacities for Imaginative Learning

Kennedy Center’s ArtsEdge

Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences and Arts Integration

Bloom’s Taxonomy and Arts Integration


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