Great group tableau activity for all ages! Includes 22 scenarios for younger students and 40 scenarios for older students and more.

This activity helps students learn to work together and to react in the moment (without planning). It includes: complete instructions; an actual scripted example of how the game should flow; two more variations of the drama activity; 22 scenarios for younger students and 40 scenarios for older students.

Sample slide show scenarios:

  • The fire drill disaster
  • I had magic powers for three hours
  • The Halloween that turned seriously scary

Slide show is a drama activity that some teachers may be familiar with. On Drama Notebook, however, the actual slide show prompts are included. This is one of the things that sets Drama Notebook apart from other drama resources. Typically, there is a short description of how to play a game, but important details, such as the actual suggestions, prompts or examples are missing, leaving the instructor to either make his/her own list, or to brainstorm in the moment. On Drama Notebook, the prompts are provided for you, leaving you free to focus on paying attention to the progress of individuals or the group.

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