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This FREE lesson focuses on actress and singer the Tony award-winning Ali Stoker. If you don’t know Ali, she is the first wheelchair user to win a Tony award. The student researches questions about her life, the journey to Broadway and various accolades she’s received while practicing growth mindset.
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Many teachers combine these biographies with other actors such as Lin Manuel Miranda. More biographies will be available soon!
If your students need to do a research project, the Places Please lessons are good ones to introduce the unit. Perhaps more students would pursue a career in the theater arts if we show them what is possible for them?
In addition, these bios. are a great springboard for discussion concerning goals, tenacity, determination and professionalism.
This product includes:
- Letter to teacher explaining the lesson
- Student note sheet
- Teacher’s key
There is more to theater than just improvisation, plays and games. This is an example of what I mean.
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