Original classroom exercises are an invaluable instructional tool to actively engage students in analysis and performance of dramatic and non-dramatic literary texts. The basic principle of classroom performance emphasizes a critical and creative teaching perspective that stimulates student responses to the aesthetic, emotional and intellectual content of a literary text. Selected exercises that promote a more theatrical impulse in the study and performance of literary texts present meaningful opportunities for students to give vocal and physical visualization to the actions, attitudes and emotions of literary characters and, ultimately, enriches the classroom learning experience.
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Ratliff, Gerald Lee
"Exploring Literary Characters in Classroom Performance,"
Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota Journal: Vol. 35
, Article 9.
Available at: https://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/ctamj/vol35/iss1/9