This lesson examines the consequences of personal conscience in conflict with rigid societal perceptions of what is "right" in human behavior as articulated in Arthur Miller's "The Crucible".
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Learn about a variety of Latin dances through oral group presentations. Each group will research and present one dance.
This lesson will introduce students to both conceptual and practical elements of classical ballet.
This lesson provides a variety of options for conducting comparative analysis between Eugene O'Neill's "The Hairy Ape" and Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire".
This lesson will explore the historic importance and function of castles in King Arthur's time and introduce students to a general history of castles and architectural terms.
In this lesson, students explore various methods authors use to create effective characters.
Explore the Arthurian codes of chivalry and courtly love in art, modern films, books, and poetry. Examine the way in which these ideals have influenced modern concepts.
In this lesson, students will be introduced to causes of the Mexican Revolution and key revolutionary figures.
In this lesson, students will enhance their creative writing skills and develop their individual writing voices through surrealist techniques.
Explore and discover the elements of dance by demonstrating various simple movements. This exercise will help assess the students' level of experience and ability.
Continue the exploration of "Puritanism" as an influence on the development of modern American drama by focusing on elements of narrative, theme and characterization.
Students study setting, plot, and character development in Tennessee Williams' play, "A Streetcar Named Desire" and discuss its impact on American theater.
This lesson introduces students to rhythm concepts, including the names and symbols associated with music notation.
Students will learn about the traditional Mexican musical form of corridos, which dates back to the 1800s and continues to be very popular.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and Long Day's Journey into Night, explore the tension, tragedy, heartbreak, and love within flawed and fractured families.
Students will listen to "Guantanamera," a Cuban folk song made famous by Pete Seeger with lyrics from a poem by Jose Marti.
In this lesson students will examine the important role translation plays in interpreting the dramatic literature and theater of the ancient Greeks.
In this lesson, students will be introduced to jazz dance and jazz music. They will explore basic jazz dance movements, and will create a cinquain poem inspired by jazz music.
In this lesson, students will learn about the legend of King Arthur as depicted in stories, poems, and artwork.