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Creating a Beginning Level HS Theatre Curriculum

Recorded On: 06/11/2019

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In this webinar master teacher and author Gai Laing Jones shares tips and resources for creating a full year standards-based beginning theatre curriculum.  Handouts include the year long curriculum map and all related materials.  Perfect for the teacher just starting out in teaching an introductory theatre course.  

Gai Laing Jones

Author, Educator, Consultant

Gai Laing Jones is the author of Raising the Curtain, Activities for the Theatre Arts Classroom and is the founder of CaliforniaYouth in Theatre and Theatre Teachers Bootcamp. She taught Theatre at ElDorado High School for 34 years; upon her retirement, the Black Box Theater wasnamed The Gai Jones Theater. She hasserved on the boards of CETA and DTASC, past CA Thespians Chapter Director and is proud to serveon the EdTA Board of Directors as President. Gai is also a recipient of theEdTA President’s Award. Gai writesTheatre education books, directs, and is a guest artist and inspirationalspeaker at various conferences, an arts provider, and is a SAG/AFTRA member. 


Creating a Beginning High School Theatre Curriculum
Recorded 06/11/2019
Recorded 06/11/2019 Recording of "Creating a Beginning High School Theatre Curriculum" with Gai Laing Jones.
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