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NYC Education Blueprint

TDF's programming aligns with current best educational practices, and adheres to Common Core Curriculum and the New York City Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts.

Teaching and Learning in the Arts: Theatre k-12

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TDF's programming aligns with current best educational practices, and adheres to Common Core Curriculum and the New York City Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts. See how TDF education programs align with the NYC Department of Education Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts: Theatre K-12. 


The Benchmarks (below) align with the following TDF Education Programs: WENDY WASSERSTEIN PROJECT | YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS SUMMER PROGRAM | INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE

 

Theatre Making: Acting YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS SUMMER PROGRAM | INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE

Through sequential and sustained activities in various theatre forms, students improve upon and gain new performance skills

 

Theatre Making: Playwriting/Play Making YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS SUMMER PROGRAM | INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE

  • Students will increase their range of expression as playwrights through the use of vocabulary and dramatic structure, and by exploring various theatrical styles and forms
  • Students apply elements of research, imagination and revision in their dramatic writing
  • Student playwrights extend and revise their written work guided by peer assessments and self-assessments
  • Students refine their ability as playwrights to express point of view and personal vision.
  • Working alone and in groups, students begin to recognize and articulate their personal vision and the cultural context of their work

 

Developing Theatre Literacy WENDY WASSERSTEIN PROJECT | YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS SUMMER PROGRAM | INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE

  • Students use vocabulary that is authentic and integral to theatre
  • Students integrate an understanding of dramatic text and theatre history in their response to live performance
  • Students develop an appreciation of the role of theatre in various cultures by exploring eras and personages in theatre history and, in particular, New York City theatre.

 

Making Connections Through Theatre WENDY WASSERSTEIN PROJECT | YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS SUMMER PROGRAM | INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE

  • Students examine the themes and context of theatre works to recognize and connect personal experience to universal themes
  • Students demonstrate a capacity for deep personal connection to theatre and a realization of the meaning and messages in theatre
  • Students investigate how arts are incorporated in the theatre production and articulate the distinct choices that are made within the art forms to interpret and develop the theatre work

 

Working With Community & Cultural Resources WENDY WASSERSTEIN PROJECT | YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS SUMMER PROGRAM | INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE

  • Students invigorate and broaden their understandings of theatre through collaborative partnerships with theatre professionals
  • Students gain an appreciation of the range of performance opportunities available to them through ongoing experiences with theatre in New York City
  • Students expand and invigorate their theatre learning by using theatre resources

 

Exploring Careers and Lifelong Learning WENDY WASSERSTEIN PROJECT | YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS SUMMER PROGRAM | INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE

  • Students cultivate a personal response to an affinity for theatre as a part of their lives
  • Students become self-guided pre-professionals by identifying theatre internships.
  • As theatre goers, students research options for attending theatre independently and in small groups.
  • Students are introduced to the variety of careers in theatre, on-stage or behind the scenes
  • Students explore the collaborative process of theatre production
  • Through speaking about and sharing theatre-going experiences, students understand they can enjoy and participate in theatre throughout their lives.
  • Students reflect upon and communicate their experiences as audience members to peers, families and professionals.