Teacher guide Sun, Earth and Moon

TLF ID M013806

This web resource is a unit of work that focuses on students demonstrating their understanding of the relationship between the Earth, Sun and Moon by creating a performance as a group. The resource is part of Brigham Young University's theatre education database. The resource contains seven lesson plans: How the Earth looks; The Sun; How the Moon looks; How the Earth, Moon and Sun interact; The Sun and the Moon; Effects of the Moon on Earth; and Review and unit assessment. Each lesson plan contains sections on learning objectives, materials needed, lesson directions and assessment.




Educational details

Educational value
  • This resource would be very useful for the Making strand of the early primary Drama curriculum, especially for content descriptions that refer to creating, planning and sequencing ideas in drama to communicate. Students communicate their ideas about the Earth, Moon and Sun through drama.
  • It would also be useful for content descriptions that mention working with others collaboratively to explore role and dramatic action in dramatic play, improvisation and process drama. Students work together to devise their performance.
Year level

F; 1; 2

Learning area
  • The Arts
  • Drama

Other details

Contributors
  • Contributor
  • Name: Education Services Australia
  • Organization: Education Services Australia
  • Description: Data manager
  • Address: VIC, AUSTRALIA
  • URL: http://www.esa.edu.au/
  • Copyright Holder
  • Name: Brigham Young University
  • Organization: Brigham Young University
  • URL: http://tedb.byu.edu/
  • Publisher
  • Name: Brigham Young University
  • Organization: Brigham Young University
  • Description: Publisher
  • URL: http://tedb.byu.edu/
  • Resource metadata contributed by
  • Name: Education Services Australia Ltd
  • Organisation: Education Services Australia Ltd
  • Address: AUSTRALIA
  • URL: www.esa.edu.au
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Learning Resource Type
  • Online
Rights
  • © Brigham Young University. This material may be used and reproduced free of charge for non-commercial educational purposes, provided all acknowledgements are retained.