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Arts Education Model Development and Dissemination: Georgia Wolf Trap Strategies Arts Education Model Development and Dissemination: Georgia Wolf Trap Strategies Presentation Transcript

  • Alliance Theatre – The recipient of the 2007 Regional Theatre Tony Award®
  • Alliance Theatre Institute for Educators and Teaching Artists Arts Education Model Development and Dissemination: Georgia Wolf Trap Strategies
  • STRATEGY I Story Basket Theatre The teacher tells interactive stories using objects. Children participate through call and response; giving suggestions for sounds, words and gestures; and offering story ideas.
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  • STRATEGY II
    • Teacher In Role
    • The teacher assumes a “role” such as Mother Goose. Children are guided to respond in role by taking a viewpoint, solving problems and creating stories as they interact with the character.
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  • STRATEGY III
    • Puppetry
    • The teacher uses a puppet to tell stories and play “in role.” Children interact with the puppet through questions, chants, creating story and story and solving problems.
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