By Kristin Fontichiaro
Opposite to the fashion to put off arts schooling as an pointless rate in faculties attempting to strengthen pupil try out ratings, this publication promotes and explains the worth of built-in arts guide in furthering the accomplishment of curricular goals and fostering pupil success. comprehensive library media professional and humanities teacher Kristin Fontichiaro discusses how drama, shadow puppetry, and podcasting can be utilized as instruments to satisfy curriculum goals within the K-8 media heart. through focusing on the method of constructing a section of drama or puppetry or a podcast, in place of the aim of functionality, and by means of infusing the humanities with curriculum pursuits in tale or study, those strategies can accentuate a kid's studying and supply context for school room curriculum ambitions. A dialogue of the affective and educational merits of this process-based paintings in addition to pattern classes are integrated. photos and examples of pupil paintings illustrate the oechniques. Grades K-8.
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Each character is written (or drawn for preschool or kindergarten) on a large Post-It™ note. The Post-It is posted on chart paper or white board. Brainstorm a few words that describe each character’s personality. Look beyond human characters to include animals, furniture, props, and more. ) Is he really wise? ”—scratches beak on ground) • Goat—butts horns • Cow—moos • Squeaky door at sister’s house • Door to Mikhail’s house Then ask students to come up and help you sequence the characters. This has two purposes: it strengthens students’ sequencing skills and it provides a visual reference while you are re-creating the story.
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Active Learning Through Drama, Podcasting, and Puppetry by Kristin Fontichiaro