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Plays: dramatizations by sixth grade children

Emily Ann Barnes

Plays: dramatizations by sixth grade children

by Emily Ann Barnes

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Published by Pub. by Bureau of Publications, Teachers College Columbia University for Lincoln School of Teachers College in New York City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • College and school drama,
  • Children"s plays,
  • Child authors,
  • Child actors,
  • Drama in education

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDramatizations by sixth grade children
    Statement[compiled by] Emily Ann Barnes ... and Bess M. Young .
    SeriesLincoln School of Teachers College, Columbia University ... Children"s series
    ContributionsYoung, Bess Margaret
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvi, 218 p. incl. illus., plates.
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14664288M
    LC Control Number32019060

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They will also learn the history, culture, geography and political divisions of Canada, Mexico, and Latin America. plays, dramatizations, objects, pictures, and conversations are character- istic instruments in approaching the spelling of words.

The teacher has simply made his teaching natural to life in spite of the fact that he is con- fronted with an artificial situation. We attempted this in our classroom; then spellers were closed. The first grade children have learned a number of new concepts.

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visable for children and teachers to share is entrusted to Student-Teacher com-mittees. The chairmen of these commit-tees are sixth grade children although the membership of the committee may consist of as many children as are needed and they may be chosen from. This The Summer Fun Summer Learning Dramatic and Story Reading Unit Unit is suitable for 1st - 8th Grade.

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(50 points) Did you use the essential terms and have at least 2 terms labeled on a person. (20 pts/ 10 pts per) Bonus: Creativity, humor, or artistic flair (5 points). The sixth-grade French class was reading some stories about Brittany. Among others was one telling of the The immediate values of dramatizations for modern-language in- struction are as follows: (1) A play is a great aid in securing cor- The material for plays given to children for the purpose of learn.

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