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The Mystery of the Missing Poodle: A Dramatic Imagination Multi-Arts Adventure
In this ongoing immersive mystery story, students use creativity, storytelling and multiple art forms to help Miranda and her magical rabbit search for their missing poodle.
Meredith J. Berlin
325 total reviews for this teacher
17 reviews for this class
Completed by 43 learners
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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In this class we become characters, move and act out adventures in imaginary environments, and collaborate to come up with and try ideas to solve our mystery. We will read a different picture book each week, which will give us clues to help solve our mystery. Students also have opportunities to explore a variety of art forms as we draw and share our ideas, sing songs, create poems and choreograph dances. There will also be scientific inquiries, fun facts to learn and social emotional...
Students will develop arts skills, social skills and confidence as they invent and inhabit an "imaginary elsewhere" in dramatic play. Arts skills include using our bodies and faces to transform into a character, expressing original ideas through storytelling, drawing, acting, singing and dancing. This class is also aligned with age-appropriate science learning concepts, such as "Scientists ask questions," "Scientists base their ideas on evidence from the natural world," and "Scientists share their ideas with each other."
I love guiding young learners as they discover the power of their imaginations and the possibilities creative drama holds. There is such freedom in using this art form, in which no idea is wrong, and many roads lead to the solutions we seek. It is also a fabulous opportunity to integrate science and literature with multiple art forms. I have been a creative drama teacher for almost 30 years, and an actor and playwright for even longer. In recent years I have discovered that this type of learning lends itself wonderfully to an interactive online learning experience. My performing arts skills and teaching experience blossom together joyously as I create these creative drama classes. I look forward to sharing the experience with you!
Optional homework in preparation for class # 2: Draw a picture of an animal you imagine we will meet as we climb the high hill on the island. Maybe you can even find out what the footprint of the animal looks like, and include that in your drawing. There will be an opportunity to share your drawing with your classmates at the beginning of class #2. Optional homework in preparation for class #3: Do a little research on volcanoes. You could read about volcanoes in a book, or try watching this National Geographic Kids video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xtkys3-T-Y8. Write down one fact you have learned about volcanoes to read to your friends or draw a picture to remind you of one interesting fact to share with your friends. Optional homework in preparation for class # 4: Choreograph (make up the movements for) a dance to teach your friends that we could perform for Puddles the Poodle to help her understand we want to help her and be her friend. Hint: The dance should should be short and simple enough for your friends to remember, and include no more than three different kinds of movements.
Please have supplies on hand for your student to write and/or draw during our class time.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meredith J. Berlin
Creative Drama, Social Emotional Learning, Writing, Improv & Acting and More
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
325 total reviews
559 completed classes
Hello! My name is Meredith. My favorite thing to do is CREATE in community, and that includes collaborating with my community of learners here on Outschool. I love providing students with tools to communicate effectively and tell stories through...