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  1. Literacy Play : Over 300 Dramatic Play Activities that Teach Pre-Reading Skills by Amy Cox, Sherrie West, 2004-05-01
  2. Shakespeare: To Teach or Not to Teach : Teaching Shakespeare Made Fun : From Elementary to High School by Cass Foster, Lynn G. Johnson, 1992-03-13
  3. Ready-to-Go Scripture Skits . . . That Teach Serious Stuff: The Sequel by Michael Theisen, 2005-11-15
  4. Cross Views: Story Dramas That Teach the Faith by Dean Nadasdy, 1996-06
  5. Covering the Curriculum With Stories: Six Cross-cultural Projects That Teach Literacy and Thinking Through Dramatic Play by Paul Ginnis, Sharon Ginnis, 2007-05-15
  6. Ready-to-Go Scripture Skits . . . That Teach Serious Stuff by Michael Theisen, 2004-10-01
  7. Acting Cool: Using Reader's Theater to Teach Language Arts and Social Studies in Your Classroom (Linw Orth Learning Ser) by Chris Gustafson, 2003-12-01
  8. Shakespeare, to teach or not to teach: Teaching Shakespeare made fun, from elementary to high school by Cass Foster, 2000

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Music and drama programs teach teamwork, discipline, history, and so much more. They are vitally important to a child's development, even if they don't pursue them as a career.
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No Challenge is Beyond Reach
Added: May 20, 2010 - View “I have developed into a self-confident and outgoing person because of my music education and study.  My teachers and conductors taught me that no challenge is beyond me if I practice and do my best.  That extends into my work and family life.” 
Impossible to Compartmentalize the Arts
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Happier for Time Spent Singing
Added: May 20, 2010 - View “Through the years… I have sung many kind of music with many different groups.  My professional life has come to occupy the greater part of my hours, and my attention.  Nevertheless, I am stronger and happier for the time I spend singing.”
Why Study Music?: Music study promotes humanity
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Teen Drama Programs. Aspiring young actors can discover and develop their skills by participating in teen drama programs. Teen drama programs teach students acting fundamentals and
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  • Aspiring young actors can discover and develop their skills by participating in teen drama programs. Teen drama programs teach students acting fundamentals and advanced skills, such as improvisation and using different dialects. Teens who attend drama programs can also learn how to approach auditions for paying roles as well as for admission to college drama and musical theater programs.
  • Young Actor's Studio
  • The Los Angeles-based Young Actor's Studio offers classes for teens in acting technique and scene study and production. The acting technique class teaches teens fundamentals, such as sense memory and place work, while the scene study and production class gives students the chance to act out a monologue and perform in a show. The technique and scene study courses are offered on weekends and last for 12 weeks. Elective acting courses available to teens at the Young Actor's Studio include on-camera acting, voice and movement, and comedy improvisation. Elective classes are offered on weeknights and weekends. Prospective students are provided with a tour of the theatre and a one-on-one session with the school's director.
  • 3. Drama / Acting Teacher - Part Time
    Oct 25, 2010 Our drama programs teach kids the fundamentals of Acting, Music, Choreography, Theater, Film, Speech, and other performance based skills. We are looking for a teacher in
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    Drama / Acting Teacher - Part Time (Hopewell / Prince George)
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    Christian based Performing Arts Education company is seeking part time drama/theater/acting teachers to teach young actors foundational and advanced acting skills and direct end of semester shows, and summer camps. Classes are held in the afternoons and evenings at public and private schools.
    Our programs run in private and public schools in the Hopewell / Prince George area and require personal and professional references. Please provide information about any ministry or service oriented activities that you have. Background checks will be run on all potential hires.
    Due to our involvement with private Christian schools and churches, a qualified candidate will need to have deep and mature love for Jesus, past or current experience in teaching children ranging in grades from K-12th. A background teaching in the performing arts is preferred. Our drama programs teach kids the fundamentals of Acting, Music, Choreography, Theater, Film, Speech, and other performance based skills. We are looking for a teacher in the Hopewell / Prince George area or willing to travel there.

    4. Drama Kids International -
    We have had a few Drama programs teach classes here after school, and NONE of them were as fun and High Quality as Drama Kids!!! I am so impressed with this program!!!

    5. Starting A Homeschool Choir - ChoralNet
    Many of our local drama programs teach damaging ways of singing. I spent a lot of time unteaching to get kids to produce a more classical singing style.

    6. Chelsea Parents Adjust To Life With Autistic Child - Chelsea Standard - Heritage
    Think about itdrama programs teach appropriate dialog, vocal expression, facial expression, body language, role playit's everything they need!Again, you might be able to have a
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        Published: Wednesday, July 21, 2010 Tweet By Crystle Hayduk, Special Writer Parents eagerly watch for first smiles and first words as their babies grow. They enjoy watching their toddlers sample new foods. Parents and children do simple things together, like grocery shopping, attending church, or visiting the park.
        Michael and Andrea Bareis, long-time Chelsea School District educators and parents of three girls, expected to continue to their typical lifestyle when their son, Grant, was born nearly three years ago. But instead, watching his development left them with a gnawing suspicion that something was not right. And by the time he was 18 months old, that suspicion had become an icy fear.
        In what she considers a minor miracle in avoiding the average six to 12 month wait to see the specialist, Solomon evaluated Grant in November and diagnosed him with autism.

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