Reading and Writing Assignments in Spanish and English
At the school where I taught Theatre, we were expected to participate in weekly reading/writing activities with our students regardless of which class we taught. These were the assignments I provided to my students. We also had a high ELL population, so I would provide the Spanish and English copies together so that ELL students had access to each to compare words, etc. I have misplaced some of the Spanish copies, so some are only English. The articles are ones that I found on the internet. I came up with the writing topics and put them on the pages. I translated the English into Spanish using the internet, so the translations may not be the very very best, but they get the job done. These are scanned documents, so they may not be the most aesthetically pleasing, but hey, they're free.
I used the following diagram of a Johari Window to help students establish more realistic characters. This asks students to examine the way that characters see themselves, how others see them, what they may not know about themselves, and secrets that others may not know about them.
The below plot graph is NOT nice quality. I didn't put it here because it's fantastic. I drew this by hand. I used this throughout the year whenever students worked to develop their own plots/scripts for in-class assessments. It helps work with Aristotle's Theory of Plot Structure,
The final for semester 2 starts off the same as semester 1, but then there are additional sections. WATCH OUT: there is a question on this exam about why I love the movie "Norbit" so much, so make sure to find that one and change it to something else.