Creative Drama/Youth Theatre Webring HomePage teach Creative drama and want to share your lesson plans? Sharing Lesson Plans Click here. Interested in joining a mailing list about CD or YT? mailing lists, http://www.amergin.net/cdytmain.html
Extractions: Random Site To Next Site > ... List Sites Would you like to JOIN this ring? Note that this page is part of Amergin.net, not a seperate ring member. This Ring is dedicated to uniting resources in Creative Drama and Youth Theatre on the World Wide Web. This ring was founded because of the dearth of CDYT resources available using conventional search engines. A frequently asked question among teachers wanting to use drama in the classroom is "Where do I find material?" Member sites provide resources for use in Creative Drama and Youth Theatre (as the name of the ring implies) or have information about how to use drama in a classroom setting. Youth Theatre Companies with resource materials about their productions are also welcome to join the Ring. As always, it falls to those of us in the field who care about drama and drama education to create our own solutions. Please use these sites and please let us know how things are going.
The Arts - Christian Drama On ChristiansUnite.com Christian Magazines. Christian mailing lists. Connect. Ecard Greeting Cards easy to produce on limited resources. Use drama to teach the actors the difference between Ministry and http://www.christiansunite.com/019.shtml
Links: Main A comprehensive links database for members of the society for creative anachronism in thier research pursuits of medieval topics, history, arts, culture and all other things medieval. Antler, Horn, Bone Ivory Carving mailing lists. Armour Storytelling - Theatre, drama, Mumming Comic is our mission to research, teach, and practice performances as they were http://www.midlaurel.com/wsnlinks/index.php?action=displaycat&catid=103
Mailman.u.washington.edu Mailing Lists of all the public mailing lists on mailman.u.washington.edu drama_bas. Advice and resources for drama undergraduates comm to plan teachin events (peace justice advocacy group http://listsdev.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo
Extractions: Welcome! Below is a listing of all the public mailing lists on mailman.u.washington.edu. Click on a list name to get more information about the list, or to subscribe, unsubscribe, and change the preferences on your subscription. To visit the info page for an unadvertised list, a URL similar to this one, but with a '/' and the list name appended. List administrators, you can visit the list admin overview page to find the management interface for your list. Send questions or comments to email@example.com List Description AABookClub to communicate efficiently with members of the book club ABRC related news and events AccessDL Share ideas with colleagues about designing accessible distance learning courses. Accessibleweb Discussions and events related to accessible web design AccessWeb Discussion and technical assistance to accessible web Accounting 215 Quiz Section C A forum for discussion for member of The Actuary Club at UW ADAI-L UW Alcohol/Drug Researchers Aidsaction AIDS awareness and activism AIDSwalkUTS To organize the AIDSwalk team for the Undergrad Theatrical Society Aikidoclub Shin Ryu Aikido Club mailing list Airsoft-uw List for people interested in airsoft Anchors AnthHealthGrad For grad students interested in anthropology and health Anti-warfair communicate to artists organizing the Spring Anti-War Fair Archivists Artnews Art News Askcis [no description available] ASPRS coordinate volunteers for outreach efforts
Dewey792.htm theatre companies, festivals, mailing lists. More than 40 countries. drama and TheaterActivities Acting ProceduresSixteen progressive exercises to teach method acting techniques http://www.mid-prairie.k12.ia.us/mphsmc/dewey792.htm
Extractions: Home Reading Power Search This Site Search Engines ... work Help 792 Theatre and Drama American Theater Site Stay up with what's new on stage and with the industry. Broadway, stage design, lighting, costumes, music, celebrities and more. British Theatre Site What ho! From the prestigious Edinburgh Festival to the amateur theatricals of small-town players, if it's British theater, you'll find it here. Theatre History Links to sites about theatre history The WWW Virtual Library for Theatre and Drama Theatre and drama resources worldwide, professional, academic and recreational. Guide to online plays, articles, essays, books, theatre companies, festivals, mailing lists. More than 40 countries. Drama and Theater Activities, games, lesson plans, ideas, and more on drama and theater. There are also stuff on puppetry and storytelling. Check out warm-up exercises, costume building, theater history, and others. Glossary of Theatre Terms Claims to be the biggest glossary of theatre terms on the web. Great resource for a drama class. Searchable alphabetically, by word, or category. Method Acting Procedures Sixteen progressive exercises to teach method acting techniques. Good for reference or for individual student activities.
Extractions: S. Kathleen Kitao : Doshisha Women's College, Kyoto, Japan Many English language teachers have a background of English and American literature as well as TESL/TEFL and linguistics. In addition, many English language textbooks are related to literature, so it is useful even for English language teachers who are not specialists to have some knowledge of English and American literature. However, many teachers with a background in TESL/TEFL, linguistics, or communication rather than literature have not necessarily studied literature, and they sometimes have problems teaching literary works in the textbooks. We have compiled this web page, "Literature" (http://www.ling.lancs.ac.uk/staff/visitors/kenji/literatu.htm) for teachers who do not have much background in literature and would like to learn more and for those interested in literature for their own pleasure. Though this page is not necessarily intended for specialists in literature, specialists should also be able to find recources of interest. This web page is divided into three parts, general information on literature, information on great authors, and readings for students.
JISCmail - Mailing Lists by applying the metaphor of drama to human is relevant to all those who teach politics courses in favourites The User Involvement Research mailing list aims to http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/mailinglists/category/L10.htm
Extractions: The AOAlist group was created at the end of 2002 by a group of researchers interested in the actor-oriented approach. This approach has been developed and worked by Norman Long and colleagues in the Agricultural University of Wageningen, in the Netherlands. Originally applied in the field of rural development, an important number of researches has extended its application to many areas of the analysis of processes of social change and development interventions. The list purpose is to facilitate the opinion's interchange among the participants, and the organization of 'virtual seminars' through it. BAKS
JISCmail - Mailing Lists your favourites, For all those who teach in in theory by applying the metaphor of drama to Human to your favourites, The UK drawing research network mailing list. http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/mailinglists/a-z/d.htm
Literature" On WWW By Kenji Kitao And S. Kathleen Kitao Useful mailing lists for TEFL/TESL has many mailing lists. For example, there are drama FILE, drama FILE2, ESOL LIT ideas for using literature to teach English http://ilc2.doshisha.ac.jp/users/kkitao/online/www/kitao/int-lite.htm
Extractions: S. Kathleen Kitao : Doshisha Women's College, Kyoto, Japan Many English language teachers have a background of English and American literature as well as TESL/TEFL and linguistics. In addition, many English language textbooks are related to literature, so it is useful even for English language teachers who are not specialists to have some knowledge of English and American literature. However, many teachers with a background in TESL/TEFL, linguistics, or communication rather than literature have not necessarily studied literature, and they sometimes have problems teaching literary works in the textbooks. We have compiled this web page, "Literature" (http://ilc2.doshisha.ac.jp/users/kkitao/online/www/literatu.htm) for teachers who do not have much background in literature and would like to learn more and for those interested in literature for their own pleasure. Though this page is not necessarily intended for specialists in literature, specialists should also be able to find resources of interest. This web page is divided into three parts, general information on literature, information on great authors, and readings for students.
EBook: The English Faculty At Ole Miss three listservs (which are bulk mailing lists for email find some invaluable information in these lists which you I teach Modern American drama, Film, and 20th http://www.olemiss.edu/orgs/egsb/ebook/engldept.htm
List.auckland.ac.nz Mailing Lists Cseteaching, EEE Department staff who teach CSE papers. Css-phd, no description available. Ftm-752, Film and Videomaking drama. Ftm-tenderlumplings, mailing list. http://list.auckland.ac.nz/mailman/listinfo
Extractions: Welcome! Below is a listing of all the public mailing lists on list.auckland.ac.nz. Click on a list name to get more information about the list, or to subscribe, unsubscribe, and change the preferences on your subscription. To visit the general information page for an unadvertised list, open a URL similar to this one, but with a '/' and the list name appended. List administrators, you can visit the list admin overview page to find the management interface for your list. Send questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org List Description EdD Cohort for 2002 195-100-staff paper (195.100)Film for Television 195-730-graduate Music Media Research Group 2002 Edd cohort Mailing list for Hester Joyces FTVMS 204 workshop a way to contact teachingstaff for 230-150 list requested by Saujanya 415.212 Class List 417.234 Class List 415.341 Class List 415.353 Class List 415.733 Class List Class list for 623.224 Introduction to Data Communication Mailing List for 636-713 Class mailing list for 636.255
Extractions: Search: search the entire directory search this category only Teach in Hong Kong Teach in Korea Teach in Taiwan Teach in Thailand ... Technology See also: Reference: Education: Educators: K through 12: Teaching Resources Reference: Education: Products and Services Science: Social Sciences: Geography: Education: K through 12 ABC Teach - Includes free printable activities, research and report help, project and writing ideas, and diorama themes to print. AlphaBites - Activities to teach the alphabet, including ideas for cooking, literature, math, science, social studies and games. American Heritage Education Foundation, Inc. (AHEF) - Provides K-12 curriculum on the United States' factual, philosophical heritage by and for teachers of U. S. history and government, social studies, economics, philosophy. Offers teacher training workshops for curriculum use. AOL@School: Lesson Plans - Teachers can search by keyword, subject area or grade level for lesson plans from over 200 state and national sources. The Apple Barrel - Quilt unit and lesson plan ideas for the elementary classroom. A-to-Z Teacher Stuff Awesome Library Lesson Plans - Web-based lesson plans divided by subject area.
Salem State College: Online Educators Group and intellectual property, so are most professors who teach online. . of information technology has the makings of a great drama. Emailing lists for educators. http://www.salemstate.edu/online-educators/links.htm
Western Mass. Webguide. Directory Of Websites Utilities to teach and experience Physics delighted families with interactive performances, drama programs and Add your address to our mailing lists Email to http://www.wmwebguide.com/directory/unclass/attractions/
Extractions: Dinosaur Trackways and Trace Fossils Happenings for 2002 Were presently revealing a nice 41 foot long trackway of 12 prints, each 15 inches! Several of the prints show more than the usual amount of padding for this type of print. The mud at the time seems to have been about twice as dense, getting denser as you follow the trail to the end, where they are shallow but still very visible. Ano Berkshire Biological We offer living organisms for biology class, science fair projects, home teaching. Well be happy to share our culturing skills to make your experiment successful. Science administrators and biology teachers: we will customize kits and/or living. Berkshire Biological is a biological supply company that has been providing living organisms to school system
Soon's Historical Fiction Site Bibliographies on fiction, drama and poetry; Napoleonic filmography Why and How I teach with Historical Fiction by Newsgroups, Discussion and mailing lists. http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~soon/histfiction/
Extractions: Welcome to Soon's Historical Fiction Site! And don't forget to check out Historical Novel Society website. I'm subscribing its Historical Novels Review magazine. I can only hope that my 'planned' Historical Fiction Network site would be as good as that one. Message Board! Feel free to post info about your books. And I'll put them on my page from time to time. Quick Links to Contents Usenet Newsgroup Master List of HF Writers Other HF Resources New and Current Fiction ... For Young Adults and Education One year in the Internet's history is like an eternity. It was summer 1994 that I began searching and making inquiries about a discussion list or a newsgroup for historical fiction. There was the old stand-by, rec.arts.books newsgroup, but it covered all possible topics. There were no Web sites/pages or mailing lists dedicated to historical novels. So in the winter of 1994, I became the proponent for a USENET newsgroup on historical fiction so that people of similar interest could have an online forum to exchange ideas, info and reviews. The RFD for rec.arts.books.hist-fiction was made in late March, 1995, and after a heated discussion for three weeks, the rec.arts.books.hist-fiction newsgroup passed the vote and was officially launched in April, 1995. Thesedays, with the fully-grown Internet, r.a.b.hist-fiction is only one of many venues we fans of historical fiction can rely on. That's good news and bad news. Readers, writers, and publishers have to do a lot of surfing to find and access the right information or the right audience. But sites like Historical Novel Society are doing an excellent job in providing a focal point in our effort. Likewise, my primary goal in maintaining this site remains the same: providing a central forum and information site for all historical fiction readers, authors and publishers, as neutrally as possible.
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English - Internet Sites race, Internet studies, sexuality, drama, design, gender contributions, and as we teach new members 20th Century (Rutgers University) mailing lists for 20th http://www.kingston.ac.uk/library/englishnet.html
Extractions: This website allows you to explore the various degrees that we offer, their structure and content. You can also find out about entry requirements and the admissions procedure, as well as something about the staff who will teach you and the context in which you will be working, including something about the Royal Borough of Kingston itself. "The Arts and Humanities Data Service is a national service funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee of the UK's Higher Education Funding Councils and the Arts and Humanities Research Board to collect, preserve and promote re-use of the electronic resources which result from research in the arts and humanities."
Everson Typography: List Of Language Lists American Sign Language (teachASL) Listserv for culture, sociology, politics, literature, drama) in English A mailing list of people active or interested in http://www.evertype.com/langlist.html
Extractions: Version 3.2 (2002-06-22) This file lists e-mail distribution lists devoted primarily to the linguistic study of individual languages and groups of languages (though a couple of others, in particular lists for language learners, have been included as well). The usual way of subscribing to a list is to send the following message to the listserver (not to the address for enquiries): In the listing below, the name of the list is given in capital letters inside parentheses. When you subscribe, you will receive instructions on how to contribute to the list, and on how to remove your name from the subscription list (usually: UNSUBSCRIBE works too). The materials you will receive include instructions for getting more detailed descriptions of particular sets of electronic conferences (e.g. LANGUAGES, LINGUISTICS). Those interested in contacting speakers of languages (not necessarily linguists) should also consider contacting the appropriate soc.culture list (e.g. soc.culture.polish
Multimedia Resource Center: Overview Of Multimedia is meant to help faculty teach in ways they may downloadable software and access to newsgroups and mailing lists. Kathryn Rohe, Department of drama, The Costume http://www.itc.virginia.edu/instruc/id/overview.html
Extractions: None Format: Primarily discussion Length: 2 hours Materials: None required Introduction to the term, "Multimedia" Discover various applications of Multimedia How other professors are using multimedia in the classroom Multimedia resources available at UVa About the New Media Center What is Multimedia? Examples of Multimedia in the Classroom Getting Started: Multimedia Resources at UVa Multimedia has many definitions depending upon whom you ask. A standard definition follows: Multimedia is any combination of text, graphic art, sound, animation, and video delivered to you by computer or other electronic means. ( Multimedia: Making it Work , Tay Vaughan, Osborne, McGraw-Hill, Berkeley, CA 1994 Multimedia can help to gain and hold attention, make points clearer, stimulate discussion, and in general, enhance the learning process, if it also includes the appropriate human elements. Multimedia is not meant to replace instructors, nor can it replace them Despite all the hype about the "new multimedia revolution", multimedia is not new. It has been used in the classroom for the last several decades in the form of overhead projectors, slide shows, filmstrips, and colored chalk. With the advent of the computer and other electronic devices, multimedia is now being used a number of ways in the classroom including PowerPoint lectures, digital slides, digital videos, case studies, newsgroups, mailing lists, MOOS, MUDS and more. Learning materials can be designed for interactive use by individual students, groups of students,and even students in different geographic locations.