Uncategorized 50 Best Movies for Middle School We recently decided to show a movie to our 6th, 7th and 8th grade students on the last day of school. But when we started brainstorming ideas we had some difficulty coming up with movie titles that a the students would like and b we thought would be worth showing.
In this entry I would like to take you step by step how to make a program. This can be for plays, musical reviews, dance concerts, etc. Below you will find directions on what information to gather, then how to put it together using Photoshop.
If you want a tutorial on how to create a program from scratch in Word, I have a video tutorial assignment that I sell on my Teachers Pay Teacher site. Feel free to check it out! I have also included examples of the nine programs I've made for our own school plays. If you would like to purchase a template for any of these shows, see the links below.
You can purchase the template with or without the logo--if you are doing that specific show, then the logo--which is original artwork--is useful. If you plan on altering it for your own needs, there is no need to purchase the logo.
Consider Your Needs First of all, you must decide several things before you begin: Is is 4, 8, or 12? In the beginning I always did 8 page programs two pages front and back but lately, with the reputation of how awesome our programs and our plays are, we have easily been able to raise more than enough to pay for printing with ads, so now we do 12 page programs 3 pages front and back.
Will we be getting advertising? If you do advertisements, consider going up to another page to accommodate them.
Also, give yourself plenty of time to get them!
I don't get a single ad myself--the students bring them in! You can see the sponsorship form we use here.
Before you get too far, get some quotes for printing. I've found that its sometimes the same price to get the whole thing done in full color rather than black and white.
We get ours printed through FedEx.
It's much cheaper if you do black and white and less pages. Do we have a logo?Chapter 1 The Play's the Thing. At this length, a play can fit on a bill with a pair of other one-acts, and if your play is suitable for high school production, thirty minutes is a good length for a competition play.
And it's always a good idea to write your play so that it can be produced. Find and save ideas about Middle school games on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Icebreaker games for kids, Classroom games and Icebreakers.
It's a review game that can be used in any subject that your middle school students will be begging to play!
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Nov 30, · Middle School Creative Writing Monday, November 30, 8TH GRADE ASSIGNMENT- One Act Play THIS ASSIGNMENT IS FOR 8TH GRADE STUDENTS ONLY! ASSIGNMENT A one act play can have as few as one character or as many as It can be set in anytime, cover any theme, be in any language and tell any type of story.
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