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Acting Out

Acting Out Author Sharon Creech
ISBN-10 9781416938484
Release 2008-06-17
Pages 175
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Six original one-act plays for middle graders written by six Newbery winning authors.

Acting out

Acting out Author Bernard Stiegler
ISBN-10 0804758689
Release 2009
Pages 93
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Acting Out brings together two short books (the autobiographical I>How I Became a Philosopher and To Love, To Love Me, To Love Us) by Bernard Stiegler, the fruit of the discipline he developed in prison and of the passion he brings to his political, philosophical, and technical diagnoses of contemporary life.

Acting Out

Acting Out Author Lynda Hart
ISBN-10 0472064797
Release 1993
Pages 406
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Both a critical account of contemporary feminist performance and illustration of its depth and diversity, Acting Out is essential reading for anyone interested in feminist theory, sexual difference, queer theory, or the politics of contemporary performance. Contributors include Philip Auslander, C. Carr, Kate Davy, Joyce Devlin, Elin Diamond, Jill Dolan, Hillary Harris, Lynda Hart, Lynda M. Hill, Julie Malnig, Vivan M. Patraka, Peggy Phelan, Janelle Reinelt, Sandra L. Richards, Amy Robinson, Judy C. Rosenthal, Rebecca Schneider, Raewyn Whyte, and Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano.

Acting Out

Acting Out Author Mollie V. Blackburn
ISBN-10 0807750328
Release 2010
Pages 194
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In this volume, teachers from urban, suburban, and rural districts join together in a teacher inquiry group to challenge homophobia and heterosexism in schools and classrooms. To create safe learning environments for all students they address key topics, including seizing teachable moments, organizing faculty, deciding whether to come out in the classroom, using LBGTQ-inclusive texts, running a Gay-Straight Alliance, changing dsitrict policy to protect LBGTQ teachers and students, dealing with resistant students, and preparing preservice teachers to do antihomophobia work. The book discusses examples of antihomophobia teaching accross elementary, secondary and university contexts, and discussions of the consequences of this work.

Acting Out

Acting Out Author Benilde Little
ISBN-10 9781439135860
Release 2010-05-11
Pages 288
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From the bestselling author of Good Hair and The Itch comes a novel about a modern woman living in -- and acting out -- her role as an upper-class African-American suburban wife. Ina West is caught between the life she thought she was supposed to lead and the dreams she gave up long ago. Raised by loving but imperfect parents, Ina grew up a free spirit, getting a fine education and spending her twenty-something years as a photographer in Manhattan. But when family crisis and financial burdens came her way, Ina sought comfort in the arms of Jay Robinson, a hardworking businessman who occupied the safe, privileged world of the African-American upper middle class. As Jay's wife, Ina has it all: the lavish home, the SUV, the soccer games...until one day Jay walks out of their marriage, leaving Ina with no one left to trust but herself. How she manages to raise three children, take up her old career, rekindle an old flame, and celebrate her newfound independence is what Acting Out is all about. By turns heartbreaking, uplifting, and wry, this novel will resonate for any woman who has struggled to find her path in life.!

Acting Out

Acting Out Author Katy Grant
ISBN-10 9781481457743
Release 2015-06-30
Pages 240
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Dear ____________________, I know I can never really tell you about my summer at Camp Pine Haven. Since nobody here knows the real me I've decided to become a new person. I've gotten a fresh start as a loud, funny girl named J.D. (So much cooler sounding than Judith Duckworth!) I've made a point of picking activities Judith would NEVER choose, finding friends Judith would never talk to, and saying things Judith would never say. I just wonder how far I'll have to go to keep up the act. Sincerely, JD

Acting It Out

Acting It Out Author Juliet Hart
ISBN-10 9781317195429
Release 2016-09-13
Pages 140
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In Acting It Out, you’ll discover how to use drama in your ELA and social studies classrooms to boost student participation and foster critical thinking. With years of experience supervising arts integration programs in Chicago Public Schools, authors Juliet Hart, Mark Onuscheck, and Mary T. Christel offer practical advice for teachers in middle and high schools. Inside, you’ll find... Group activities to improve concentration, harness focus, and engage students of all abilities and learning styles in teamwork Close reading exercises that encourage students to think critically and build personal relationships with the text Strategies for integrating active approaches to dramatic literature, such as improvisation and scene work Ideas for using dramatic literature as a springboard for studying history and interdisciplinary studies Annotated reading lists that highlight each play’s content and recommended uses in ELA or social studies Throughout the book, you’ll also find handy tools such as reflection questions, handouts, and rubrics. By implementing the strategies in this book and allowing students to step into different roles from a text, you’ll improve reading comprehension and energize your classroom!

Managing the Cycle of Acting Out Behavior in the Classroom

Managing the Cycle of Acting Out Behavior in the Classroom Author Geoff Colvin
ISBN-10 9781483377650
Release 2014-12-03
Pages 264
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Minimize problem behavior and maximize student success! Acting-out behavior by students manifests in ways that make classroom management and teaching very challenging. Building on a model using seven phases of acting-out behavior presented in the first edition, the newly updated edition draws on new research in applied behavior analysis, sound instructional principles, and functional behavior assessment to deliver a clear roadmap for educators to design interventions in a clear, systematic, and achievable matter. Features include: Managing each phase of the acting-out cycle—from structuring the classroom, to handling escalated behavior, to recovery Case studies that distill concrete action steps from the book’s concepts Checklists, tools, resources, and templates for applying the book’s principles to any classroom

Summer Camp Secrets

Summer Camp Secrets Author Katy Grant
ISBN-10 9781416991052
Release 2009-05-05
Pages 720
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After spending one summer at Camp Pine Haven, three girls' lives will never be the same. This collection contains "Pranked, Acting Out," and "Friends ForNever."

Acting Out

Acting Out Author Kathleen A. Edwards
ISBN-10 0874141494
Release 2005
Pages 62
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Acting Out examines the enduring presence of melodrama in fine art photography, considering photographs that make use of the long-standing language of melodrama inspired by literature, theatre, cinema, television, advertising, film stills, photo-journalism, and earlier photography. In her essay Kathleen Edwards discusses melodrama as an aesthetic perceptual system stemming from the development of modern society in Western Europe and the United States. Considering melodrama as a time-honored system for making sense of experience, Edwards looks at how the expressionist body works to appeal to the emotions of the viewer and offers ways to recognize and release feelings. The artists included are Tina Barney, Gregory Crewdson, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Anna Gaskel, Tom Hunter, Simen Johan, Justine Kurland, Laura Letinsky, Sharon Lockhart, Adi Nes, Cindy Sherman, Yinka Shonibare, Janaina Tschape, and Jeff Wall.

Acting Out The Workbook

Acting Out  The Workbook Author Mario Cossa
ISBN-10 9781135058814
Release 2013-08-21
Pages 152
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First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Acting Out 14

Acting Out  14 Author Laurie Halse Anderson
ISBN-10 9781101571866
Release 2012-08-30
Pages 144
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An all-new book in acclaimed author Laurie Halse Anderson's series for younger readers! Zoe is back in Ambler after living with her mom in Los Angeles, and she doesn't know what to feel about it. It's fun to be back with the Vet Volunteers, but Zoe misses her mom, who is filming a movie in Canada. Meanwhile, there seems to be a rash of animals being poisoned by antifreeze across the town, and Zoe fears that David's new adopted cat, Rover, might be one of them. So the gang works to raise awareness about antifreeze poisoning, and Zoe's mom has a special surprise in store for everyone.

Acting Out

Acting Out Author Philip Moore
ISBN-10 UOM:39015040078373
Release 1997-01-01
Pages 158
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This book explores the theory and practice of using a drama approach in groupwork with a practical emphasis on relationship issues.

Acting Out

Acting Out Author Sharon Maria Bidwell
ISBN-10 9781611528596
Release 2016-01-17
Pages 188
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Can a kiss really change everything? Having made a very successful film together, friends and actors, Nick and Alex have to decide whether to take on another joint venture or go their separate ways creatively. Then the perfect manuscript arrives, offering financial security and the opportunity to one day run their own production company. The film is Nick’s dream, incorporating amazing effects, a wonderful script, a character every actor aspires to play with the director everyone’s begging to work with. There’s one snag: Nick and Alex will have to get rather personal on set. Nick has to refuse but much to his surprise, Alex isn’t willing to take no for an answer. Nick eventually agrees, despite a nosy reporter and his brother turning against him. After all, it’s just pretence. It’s not as if he’s gay and wants to make out with his friend ... not until Alex kisses him. Then it really gets interesting.

Acting Out

Acting Out Author Tibby Armstrong
ISBN-10 9781942356585
Release 2017-06-20
Pages 212
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Jeremy Ash, out-and-proud Hollywood hopeful, has all the makings of a mega-star. If only someone would give him a chance to finally shine. One failed audition away from leaving Tinsel Town forever, he’s given an unexpected shot at the buzz project of the year—a gay coming of age story by a famed director Kit Harris, former child actor, was once an industry darling. Now 21, he’s lucky if his own mother remembers his name. So, when he’s offered the chance to star opposite newcomer Jeremy in an edgy indie flick that promises to jumpstart his failing career, Kit’s onboard. Theoretically. That is until he meets his too-attractive co-star. The film has an astonishing lack of wardrobe, and neither actor must dig very deep to find the searing passion the director demands. During six months of filming and fame chasing, Kit gives Jeremy a crash course in Superstar-101. Jeremy, in return, gives Kit a dose of the normalcy he’s never known. Pursuing a long-term relationship is hardly the way to salvage Kit’s career. But when being with Jeremy feels so right, how long can Kit continue to pretend he’s only acting out?

Acting Out Culture

Acting Out Culture Author James S. Miller
ISBN-10 9781319126667
Release 2017-12-06
Pages 592
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Cultural messages bombard students daily, laden with unstated rules about what makes our work valuable, our bodies ideal, our connections meaningful. Acting Out Culture empowers students to critically read those messages and use writing to speak back to their culture and question its rules. This book appeals especially to those students who are not full participants in the dominant culture, as well as to their instructors, who want to help students see how subtle (and not so subtle) cultural forces can shape their lives--and how they can challenge and resist those forces. The new edition of Acting Out Culture builds on that success, with provocative readings (more than 50 percent of them new) that challenge the rules we live by; pedagogical tools to encourage students to read, think, and write critically about their culture; and instructional support featuring sample syllabi, additional discussion topics, and ideas for teaching with visuals and online content.

Acting Out

Acting Out Author John Glenn
ISBN-10 9781425948245
Release 2006-09-01
Pages 192
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John Glenn's innovative criticism champions the connection between African and African American literature, unfolding a new theory that elaborates on the black experience itself. Linking resistance to the literary history and to the expressiveness of blacks, Glenn provides the basis for a study of African and African American fiction at the social level. He shows how empiricism and action are both central to African and African American methods of social adaptation or "acting out." Investigating performance in black literature by exploring the social resistance and adaptation of fictional archetypes, Glenn elaborates what he calls the three performative modes: linguistic, narrative, and theatrical-modes that describe the interaction of fictional characters. Glenn's critical approach analyzes the work of major authors in African and African American literature, including Chinua Achebe, Ralph Ellison, Sam Greenlee, Buchi Emecheta, Wole Soyinka, Langston Hughes, Gwendolyn Brooks, Audre Lorde, Okot p'Bitek, and Paul Laurence Dunbar-showing that these author's works are performative in context. A remarkable piece of work, Glenn's book examines the nature of the African diaspora. It looks within the action of performance to categorize self-identity. Through a pleasing tenacity, his research makes the black community as a whole aware of an "acting out" niche, which has paved an enduring road through black oppression. Truly, this book is a great contribution to African and African American literature.