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Hello! I'm Ms. Jewell and this is my third year teaching at Rossview. I grew up in Georgia, earned a BFA in Musical Theater from Samford University, and a Master's in Theater Education from Emerson College in Boston. I have also worked in theaters in Mississippi and in Chicago, and have lived in a total of six states. I have loved theater my whole life, and I look forward to passing along my passion to your students- or at least helping them become more comfortable with public speaking and working as an ensemble.
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Expectations in Drama Class


Have Respect

Are Prepared

Work Diligently

Keep Control

Show Responsibility 

When it’s someone’s turn to speak (teacher or student), listen attentively.

Bring your laptop and a pencil everyday.

Stay on task and actively participate.

Enter and exit the classroom calmly and quietly.

Have your laptop charged and ready to use.

When appropriate, clap for your classmate’s performance or presentation.

Have classwork completed and turned in on Google Classroom or in the correct basket.

Listen carefully to Ms. Jewell’s instructions.

If you have something to say or need something, raise your hand. 

Take care of bathroom business at assigned times if possible. If you must, have your planner and don’t forget to sign in and out. 

Remember that some classmates may be nervous to perform, so be kind and helpful.

Know your script and have your lines memorized if asked- be ready to present or perform. 

If you finish work early, find something to work on that is not on your computer. 

Stay in your designated area (assigned seat, group, or circle spot).

When you come into class, check the clear target and agenda for the day and get ready to learn.


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