In or out of school, literacy rich STAGEiT! makes school plays educational and fun. Contemporary English Versions, Notable Quotes, and Suggested Interpretations ofHamlet, Henry V, Julius Caesar, and Othello are among the topics inDirecting Tools.
Written by a leader in arts education, Directing Tools is for teachers, homeschoolers, teaching artists, and other educators of children ages 10-13 who want to do a forty-minute Shakespeare play. Intended as a companion toActing Tools for Students and the Professional Development Guide for Teachers available separately in the STAGEiT! series, theTools succinctly explore the most relevant information teachers need to stage a short production with a classroom of students.
Directing Tools, and all of the titles in the STAGEiT! series, are a synthesis of field-tested tools, principles, and practices of a New York City based nonprofit organization that partnered with public schools and reached over 40,000 students across a sixteen year period. It is the most comprehensive and developmentally appropriate material on the market for teachers who want to stage the greatest plays in the English language with their students.
If resources for drama instruction are scarce but you have a strong will to do a school play, then STAGEiT! is for you! It is offered as a low-cost solution where collaboration with a teaching artist may be out of the question.
Please note that acting scripts for each of the four plays are available separately with the STAGEiT! ShakespeareActing Tools for Students.
Bulk discounts available. E-mail email@example.com for details. For more information about this and other STAGEiT! resources including free downloads, please visit: www.stageitshakespeare.com.