TEACHER RESOURCES

Teacher Resources

Study Guides

A study guide for each play is provided free of charge to all teachers and school librarians about one month before the scheduled performance. Materials include suggestions for class discussions before and after the play, background information about the story, subject or theatrical form, vocabulary words, cross-curricular projects, references, and the OJP Theater Etiquette guide.

The Study Guides are here.

Etiquette Guide

The Olympia Junior Programs volunteers have developed certain procedures they ask you to follow in order to facilitate maximum safety and efficiency in moving hundreds of students in and out of the theater.

The Etiquette Guide is here.

STUDY GUIDES

Study Guides

A study guide for each play is provided free of charge to all teachers and school librarians in January. Materials include suggestions for class discussions before and after the play, background information about the story, subject or theatrical form, vocabulary words, cross-curricular projects and references. The OJP Theater Etiquette guide is also provided.

All guides are provided in PDF format. A free reader is available at http://get.adobe.com/reader/.

Study Guides for 2020 Plays

The following pdf guides are available directly through the Theatre Company Websites through the links below.

CAUTION: The Teacher Guides provided by performing companies provide additional information, but may also refer to content which is NOT included in the performances for OJP.

Thomas Edison: The Wizard of Menlo Park presented by Patrick Garner’s History Alive!

Showtime with Shakespeare presented by New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Miss Nelson Has a Field Day presented by Dallas Children’s Theater on Tour

The Boy Who Grew Flowers presented by Treehouse Shakers

 CUSTOMIZED OJP STUDY GUIDES AVAILABLE IN PDF FORMAT BELOW:

Files: 

Thomas Edison: Wizard of Menlo Park – OJP Study Guide

PDF icon Miss Nelson Has a Field Day – OJP Study Guide

PDF icon Showtime with Shakespeare – OJP Study GuidePDF iconThe Boy Who Grew Flowers

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