For ages 8 and up
Learning about and practicing different styles of performance is an important part of a dramatic education. Additionally, working with genres is an important element of improvisation and can help your students stretch their creative muscles.
Here is a collection of 48 genres divided by category (theatre/film/television) that are set up on cards that can be printed and laminated for classroom use.
Examples of genres:
- Farce (theatre)
- Soap Opera (television)
- Western (film)
- Cartoon (film or television)
- Tragedy (theatre)
For complete instructions, refer to
‘How to Use Role-Play Cards‘
in this section of Drama Notebook.
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