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Teaching Tips and Strategies for Drama Teachers in Remote Tutoring

Utilizing the theatre as a tool for teaching incorporates emotional, cognitive, social development and fulfilling academic requirements simultaneously. Whether directly from work or through an adaptation of the script, literature performance gives students the opportunity of authentic expression via the virtual platform.
Teachers can use tools like document cameras to deliver their drama classes on platforms like Zoom.
Tips for Drama Teachers in Distance Teaching
Reading Parts with Your Students
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Healthy and Fit

The life of an actor is quite harder and more complicated than everyone thinks. They need to maintain the perfect body and remain trim and toned.
Weight loss and maintenance aren’t easy especially during this health crisis. As Broadway singers, dancers, and actors stay sidelined at the comforts of their homes due to the pandemic, there is a need for them to maintain the required fitness and stamina.
Most of them have managed to stay healthy and fit by eating well and incorporating various workout routines in their home setups. Here is how some of the actors have managed to stay healthy while staying at home.
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Theatre Rules

Theatre has been a world of emotion and fascination for most people. You can find here that behind its grandeur are concealed stories behind every rule that a theatre person must abide by.
Replace your “Good luck” with a “Break a leg!”.
According to Thespians, saying “Good luck” will trigger the theatre fairies to do the opposite of what actors really want to happen. So saying “Break a leg” will surely confuse these hiding creatures.
Another widely acceptable story behind this expression explains that the “leg” does not entirely refer to a man’s body part but…

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