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A street Map to schooling: The CRE-ACT approach takes an method of schooling with an arts established curriculum. This includes not just visible artwork and song but in addition dance and drama. inventive drama is utilized in the study room as an experiential studying point.

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2. The action—A summons to restore order! Where am I going? Am I on my way? 3. The cast—Perhaps not so clear—All living persons, whether one knows them or not, are part of a “whole” greater than oneself. That whole—the entire world—is affected by what I do or don’t do, whether I act my part or not. The play will go on, regardless. Like it or not, each of us is responsible for the “whole” and its performance. With this responsibility 17 18 Chapter Four a “given,” self development will determine the role one has in the performance.

We need master minds bold enough and brave enough to design for our practical world, alternatives which will intrigue not only 5, 10, and 20 year olds, but all persons, regardless of race, color, or creed. Each person lives not only in the “world” created by us for the average student. The other part of each life will be spent in the larger richer world we need to make possible and probable for all. More than two hundred years ago our country was in a political crisis. Independence was declared; a nation was born.

What can I say with my hands and my mouth (without audible sounds)? What can I say with my hands and my mouth (without audible sounds)? One person alone—Classic example of sequential development One person alone—Classic example of sequential development One person alone—Classic example of sequential development One person alone—Classic example of sequential development One person alone—Classic example of sequential development One person alone—Classic example of sequential development Filling complement space—(two or more persons).

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