THE DRAMA HANDBOOK
Teaching Acting Through Scene Work
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By Davina Rubin. Activities and scene performances related to real-life issues help middle school students build self-confidence as they learn drama and speech skills. Performing basic acting exercises that focus on movement, using props, and speaking to an audience, participants develop effective oral expression and stage presence, and also learn theater-related terms and concepts. The book includes 16 short scenes and 22 interrelated monologues and dialogues. Grades 6–8. Suggested resources. Good Year. 128 pages. ©2000.