Fair Housing Conference
GCAA Ethnodrama Youth Performance
April 25, 2018, 8:30am-4pm
An overview of the latest 2017-2018 Ethnodrama After-School Program at Grand Center Arts Academy, including the first youth performance of their ethnodrama.
Ethnodrama Student Testimonials
Ethnodrama: Youth Create Compelling Community Conversations
Ethnodrama: Drama, Media, and Literacy Instructional Support
Ethnodrama involves interdisciplinary teaching and learning that strengthens student reading comprehension and writing abilities. With ethnodrama, students encounter instruction centered in their questions, identities, cultures, and artistic and intellectual goals. Ethnodrama can serve as a school-wide inquiry for all subject areas, and it can be integrated into any content area.
Through ethnodrama, students become sophisticated interpreters of their worlds. They acquire powerful frameworks for civic discourse and socially just action. They become community leaders and competent language users in a wide variety of contexts. Ethnodrama is useful for any grade, k-16.
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