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Welcome to the Drama Workshop resource forum at Rotation.org. Don't forget our related "drama" resource forums: Puppets and the Lego & Storytable Workshop resources which are also forms of drama. This forum also ideas and resources for creating video and creative photography, "flat lay" techniques, and the like. For drama ideas and lessons for specific Bible stories visit the Lesson Forums.
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What is your thinking on using pre-written scripts in the Drama Station? Earlier this year, we had a lesson where the children were to write the script about the Bible story. The teacher said that the process took so long that the children never got to act out the story (we have 45 minutes for Sunday School). So then we tried providing a script for the children to use. Now the teacher (a different one because it is a different month) has concerns about younger students being able to read a script and that this method took too long also. Plus I wonder where the best learning takes place--when they read a (hopefully) well-though out script or where they are engaged in putting the story into words and actions. I've seen many examples of both approaches in the lessons here and in other curriculum. So what is best, or is varying both approaches the best?
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