Everyone learns differently, and when visual learners take on the hundreds of vocabulary words on SAT word lists, they need to make sure they’re studying the best way possible. By creating their own flashcards, visual learners can take advantage of their learning style to do great on the SAT!
Teaching about Greek theater and its history may sound like the kind of lesson that will send a class of active teenagers to sleep, but when the students become the theater, ancient times come to life!
Fluency is one skill struggling readers need help to develop, yet finding a way to coax these students to read aloud can be trying. How can a teacher bypass the fear of embarrassment and develop fluency skills? Reader’s theater gives them the encouragement students need to read aloud with gusto!
Theater and acting classes use play to help students explore characters and situations within a script, but young actors can often appear stiff onstage despite their emotional explorations. Music can help get actors moving in a more natural way!