Dealing with Drama Classroom Guidance Lesson for School Counseling
Dealing with Drama: In these middle school classroom counseling lessons, students will work in small groups to discuss the purpose of drama, what people get out of drama, and more positive ways to obtain these things. Students will listen to their peers' experiences with drama to promote empathy and understanding and make a plan for how they can individually make a change to reduce the amount of drama. In the second lesson, students will create skits to show positive and negative ways of dealing with drama.
Digital Downloads Included:
- 2 detailed, easy to use lesson plans (objective, outline, materials list, ASCA standards alignment, suggested data collection)
- PPT slides (not editable)
- Group member role handouts
- Reducing drama pledge handout
Please note: This lesson is included in the Middle School Counseling Curriculum Bundle.