15 pages! For ages nine and up.

Welcome to the Ultimate Monologue Lesson Plan collection! This is part three of a three-part series featured only on Drama Notebook. In Part Three, students focus on writing, revising, and performing their monologues.

This lesson is akin to a mini-writing course and is full of inspiring exercises designed to help even ‘non-writers’ truly shine!

Includes:

  • Lesson on the power of ‘free-writing’
  • Detailed instructions for editing/revising
  • Tips for performing monologues
  • Peer review worksheet
  • Fun character development worksheet
  • And several pages of various monologue prompts divided into categories.

For example:

There are four pages of monologue prompts based on themes such as ‘Power.” Here are two prompts based on that theme:

 1. A tiger explains why HE really is the king of the jungle, not the lion.

 2. A teenager complains that her punishment for breaking a rule is too harsh.

The Ultimate Monologue Lesson Plan (all three parts) may be used to teach an entire semester on monologues, or used for a one-week intensive study. The material is designed to be flexible enough to suit the needs of your classroom and schedule.

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