Promoting Literacy with Magic, Music and Ventriloquism
Japanese Culture Through Dance
Poetry as theater, transforming poems into scripts and students into fellow actors.
Music showcased from the Greater Antilles (Puerto Rico, Cuba & Dominican Republic)
Various: Anti-bullying, character education, peer-pressure, success and wise choices, anti-smoking/drugs, fun magic show as a rewards assembly
Anti bullying, respect, responsibility, making positive choices
Scot uses mime, music & participation to cover: bullying education, conflict resolution, tolerance, overcoming obstacles,problem solving, responsibility and how to engage in positive & productive activities.
Award-winning Japanese storyteller Motoko strives to (1) Advance your students’ literacy skills through storytelling and creative writing; (2) Enhance your students’ understanding of Asian history and cultures; and (3) Expand your students’ knowledge of geometry through the art of origami.
Nonverbal communication: Mime,dance, music character,theater.Themes include reading and perseverance for success and overcoming obstacles in life.
Art as a window into culture, to introduce basic values and symbols of the Iroquois.
Environmental studies. Recycling/solid waste
International understanding and tolerance