A Roadmap to Education: The CRE-ACT Way Instructor's Manual

A Roadmap to Education: The CRE-ACT Way Instructor's Manual

By: Dorothy Prokes (author), Adrianne Adderley (author)Paperback

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Description

This Instructor's Manual is intended as a handbook to accompany, clarify, and supplement the philosophy, methodology, and procedures presented in the text, A Road Map to Education, THE CRE-ACT WAY. It includes the CREative ACTing Principles and guide lines for implementing them.

About Author

Sister Dorothy Prokes, F.S.E., is the founder of the CREative ACTing approach to education and holds a Ph.D. in Educational Theatre from New York University. Adrianne Adderley has been inspired by CRE-ACT and Sister Dorothy to pursue a Ph.D. in Theatre at University of Missouri-Columbia. She plans to bring the CREative ACTing method to college campuses nationwide after receiving her Ph.D. She is proud to be Sister Dorothy's scene partner.

Contents

Chapter 1 Creative Acting Principles Chapter 2 Introductory Exercises, Space Configurations, Elements of Movement, Movement Configuration, Solo Exercises, Partner Exercises, Group Exercises Chapter 3 Application of the CRE-ACT Principles, Working with Textbooks and Subject Matter Content, Basic Props Which May Be Useful, Personal Development Chapter 4 Guidelines for Lesson Plan Construction, Milestones for CRE-ACT Lesson Plan Construction, Common Topics and Ways to Make Them Physical, Types of Connections Between Subject Matter and Physical Representation, Types of Connections Between Curricular Conten Chapter 5 A Final Word Chapter 6 Bloom's Taxonomy Chapter 7 Annotated Bibliography

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780761844419
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 50
  • ID: 9780761844419
  • weight: 163
  • ISBN10: 0761844414

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