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Drama Game: One Word Story

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Jan 31, 2013 Drama Games, Ensemble Building, Focus, Warm-Up , , , 1 Comment

Drama Game One Word StoryType:  Warm-up.

Purpose:

  • To work as a team.
  • To work on focus.

Materials:

A big enough space for the entire class to sit in a circle comfortably.

Procedure: 

Players sit in a circle. One person says a single word to begin a story. The person to his left says another word, then the next person says another word, continuing around the circle. The object is to tell a coherent story, one word at a time.

 

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  • Shelly
    Sep 4, 2016 at 4:30 pm Reply

    After the kids become proficient at this exercise I write down what they come up with and then have them act it out as I read it.

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