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Schindel, Dorothy Napp 1942-

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Works: 3 works in 5 publications in 1 language and 478 library holdings
Classifications: PN3171, 372.1399
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Publications about Dorothy Napp Schindel
Publications by Dorothy Napp Schindel
Most widely held works by Dorothy Napp Schindel
Drama activities for K-6 students : creating classroom spirit by Milton E Polsky( Book )
3 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 441 libraries worldwide
"Drama Activities for K-6 Students: Creating Classroom Spirit provides dramatic strategies and age-appropriate stories and poems from around the world to address such issues as sharing, caring, cooperation, consequences, and bullying in order to create a positive classroom environment. The students's enactments take them to different locations around the globe, back in time, and into their very own neighborhoods. The various theatrical forms include pantomime plays, shadow theater, living newspaper, story theater, museum theater, and creative tableaus, spanning the full spectrum of current drama used in the classroom." "To help students create their own variations of the stories with their own dialogue, Milton E. Polsky, Dorothy Napp Schindel, and Carmine Tabone provide easy-to-follow structures. The frameworks of warm-up development and wrap-up allow teachers and students to discover challenging inquiry and writing techniques and participate in mind-opening discussion and enrichments that can be applied across the curriculum. All activities are designed to promote a deeper sense of trust, mutual respect, and pride in working together. This book will top a teacher's must-have list of practical books for the classroom."--Jacket
Pioneer journeys : drama in museum education by Jennifer Fell Hayes( Book )
1 edition published in 1994 in English and held by 36 libraries worldwide
Interactive theatre in museums : theories leading to practice by Dorothy Napp Schindel( Book )
1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Focuses on the use of theatre as an experiential interpretive teaching tool in a museum setting
 
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English (5)
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