Drama Warm Ups and Circle Games
Circle games, energetic games, calming games, exit games. Whether used as ice breakers, warm ups, or exit strategies, or used in drama classes or content areas, the 28 games detailed in this packet deserve a spot in your curriculum library.
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- The games may be used with language learners as warm-up exercises and to encourage fluency
- Use at the beginning of the year as ice breakers
- Directions are provided for each activity
- The games are clustered by type
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- Writing Prompts
- Constructed Response Items
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