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Fort Lee School #1, 3rd Grade – Fort Lee, NJ
How might creating music drama help students relate to, understand, and empathize with a character?
Fort Lee School #2, 5th Grade – Fort Lee, NJ
To what extent can engaging in the artistic process of music drama impact students’ ability to illustrate different points-of-view in the changing history of America?
Fort Lee School #3, 5th Grade – Fort Lee, NJ
Fort Lee School #4, 5th Grade – Fort Lee, NJ
To what extent can teaching music be integrated into general classroom literacy practices, and how can music specialists and general classroom teachers collaborate, and with what techniques, so that there is documentable evidence that the creation of music drama does in fact enhance the teaching of literacy?
Bronx Little School, 2nd and 5th Grade – Bronx
To what extent can the revision aspect of creating music drama impact students’ writing?
P.S. 10, Whole School – Brooklyn
P.S. 15, Kindergarten – Brooklyn
How can creating music drama help my students identify elements in a story (such as beginning, middle, and ending)?
P.S. 145, 4th and 5th Grade – Manhattan
How can opera help students (especially ELLs and SPED) build self-confidence and risk-taking in literacy and social-emotional arenas?
Renaissance Charter School, 5th and 6th Grade – Queens
How does the process of creating music drama help students to strive for excellence?
How does the process of creating original music drama help students utilize the elements of story in their own writing, and analyze these features in the writing of others?
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