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179 games and improvs for learning language arts
Age Level: All Ages
Improv is a fun way to learn language arts as well as acting and theatrical skills. The author, a leading California language arts and theatre educator, years ago discovered improv exercises and games that blur the lines between performance and language practice. Since then, he’s used improvisation to teach English, and English to teach rehearsal and acting skills. The exercises and games in this improv book can be used to help students learn punctuation, grammar, and parts of speech as well as performance skills. Categories include: Phonics, Vocabulary, Parts of Speech, Punctuation, Sentences, Reading Comprehension, Storytelling, Writing, Acting, and more. The games are divided into three levels of difficulty: easy, moderate, and difficult.
(184 pages, 5½ x 8½, paperback)
This title is now carried by Pioneer Drama Service. Click here to order on Pioneer's web site.
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