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Pamela Dharamsey Lee, Ox + Dragon

Pamela Dharamsey Lee, Ox + Dragon

Pamela Dharamsey Lee, director, choreographer, singer, and visual artist, has been developing her own integrated arts pedagogy since 1992 through her company Ox + Dragon.  She has been teaching in a variety of settings and studios on both coasts, helping children to access their own creative

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Program description

In this graphic novel, a family faces persecution and immigration.  Using vocal and kinesthetic improvisation, followed by drawing and discussion, students will explore the challenges the family must overcome.

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Program Detail

Program type: In-School Residency
Artistic Discipline: Acting Techniques, History & Heritage, Improv, Integrated Arts, Literary Arts, Music, Storytelling, Theatre, Visual Arts
Cultural Origin: Multi-Cultural
Subject: Communication, Dance, History, Language Arts, Social Emotional Learning, Theatre, Visual Arts, World Languages
Population served: Grade 5, Grade 6
Bilingual: No
Available times:

Large space clear of desks. (not gymnasiums)

Length of program: Four 45 min classes or Eight 45 min classes

Washington State Learning Standards

Tell us how your program adheres to the state's education standards...:

EALR 2.1 Applies a creative process to the arts (dance, music, theatre and visual arts).

Qualifications

Conducts educational programming for 2 or more years: Yes
Maintains general liability insurance: Yes
Three letters of recommendation / references available: Yes
Provides study guides for teachers and or students: Yes
Connects to State and or Common Core Curriculum Standards: Yes
Provides tools to assess student learning (workshops and residencies): Yes
Conducts ongoing assessments of program quality: Yes

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