A KIDS LIFE IN JAPAN — Watching Mother Pour Water from the Well
Image by Okinawa Soba
Nice catch on the water pour. Ca.1900-1910 Hand-tinted Glass Lantern Slides sold by T. TAKAGI of KOBE. Photos attributed to KOZABURO TAMAMURA of Yokohama, who sold his negative stock and Kobe branch studio to Takagi.
Question by Regina K: How to teach kids to write their own skits?
This summer I am teaching a Theater Program at a summer camp where I am supposed to have the campers (ages 10 – 14) write their own skits (in groups of about 5 – 10 kids) and perform them for the rest of the camp. How would I go about teaching this class? What kinds of techniques could I use to help the children come up with ideas for their skits?
Answer by Bailey J
try the charatcher setting situation cards. we use those all the time in drama it helps alot. becasuse for teens and pre-teens to have to fully come up the skit on there own put them under so much pressure. so try giving them the cards and let them build around them you will be very suprised with the result.
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