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You may have noticed I don’t have any drama lesson plans to share on my blog.  If I were you, I’d be thinking, This blog is called Dramamommaspeaks. What’s the deal? 

But here’s the truth: 

I have been stalling about sharing them. Honestly, I didn’t think anyone would be interested.

Then I noticed I have several posts which are read quite a lot and they speak about the tricks of the trade. Better yet, the readers come from all over the world!

 Oh….

I will share them before the summer is over, I promise. However, they will be for sale at a minimal cost.

Why must someone pay for them?

I’m a professional with 38 years of teaching and directing experience.

I’m an expert.

I know what works and what doesn’t, what is appropriate for each grade level and what is not. (For instance, not all drama students can handle the same improvisation exercises.)

These are GUARANTEED winners.

 

Subjects I will offer:

  • Creative Dramatics

  • Introduction to Theatre

  • Introduction to Musical Theatre

  • Introduction to Shakespeare

  • Storytelling

  • Technical Theatre

  • Film Making

And more!

Are you following this blog? If not, please do.

Here are some posts which might be useful to you if you are a drama teacher:

How to Make Your Drama Class More Successful–Lessons Learned from 38 Years of Teaching Drama-Elementary

How to Make Your Drama Class More Successful –Lessons Learned from 38 Years of Teaching-Middle School

How to Make Your Drama Class More Successful –Lessons Learned from 38 Years of Teaching – High School

The Lessons I Learned from Working as a Drama Teacher

The Unofficial Fortune Teller’s Guide to Becoming a Fantastic Teacher in 12 Steps

You can also find me on Facebook at Bumbling Bea

On Pinterest at DhBaldwin #drama teacher

Or Twitter at Bumbling Bea or Deborah Baldwin

Talk with you soon!

About dhcbaldwin

Hello!I'm the gal you were looking for. I'm a very experienced drama teacher, play and musical director, and award winning author. Here you'll find many posts on theatre education, directing, plus advice and tips for teachers. Also, I am a happily married wife, loving mother to two swell daughters and a great step son. Most recently, I became a published author of Bumbling Bea, an award winning humorous middle grade novel about an impetuous 8th grade girl determined to play the lead role in the annual middle school play. Except a girl from Japan comes along and ruins everything! Or does she? Hope you enjoy us. Thanks! Dhcbaldwin@gmail.com. DeborahBaldwin.net

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