Study Guide Evaluation Form

Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback on our Flynn Study Guides. Your thoughts and opinions are very important to us as we continue to hone our educational materials so that they best meet the needs of students, teachers, and parents.

Please answer the following questions:

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How did you hear about our study guides?


How often do you use study guides when attending Student Matinees?

Using the categories below, please indicate the extent to which the following study guide sections are helpful to you:

1 = Very valuable/useful
2 = Somewhat valuable/useful
3 = Slightly valuable/useful
4 = Not at all valuable/useful

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Vermont Educational Standards
Grade Level Expectations
The Company
(History, experience, and public acclaim of the company.)
The Artists
(Biographical information about performers.)
The Production
(Detail about the program that will be performed, the art forms used, etc.)
The Original Work
(If the show is based on a book or other piece of work, this section provides background on the work itself.)  
The Original Creator
(Background info on the author, composer, choreographer, or playwright of a source work.)   
Cultural Context
(Context relevant to subject matter, whether historical, ethnic, or otherwise.)
The Art Form
(Background on the relevant genre: theater, modern dance, folk dance, classical music, puppetry, etc.)
Etiquette for Live Performance
(Guidelines for appropriate & inappropriate audience behavior.)
Activities
(Games, exercises, and ideas to help engage students in the creative process and to promote the use of the performing arts as a tool for comprehension and creative expression.)   
Reflection After the Show
(Ideas for ways to help students process the show they've seen, and to deepen understanding of the material.)
Resources
(Relevant reading for teachers and students, websites with more information, films and music when possible.)  
Assignment for Parents
(Ready-made list of questions to send home with students, designed to help parents engage students in discussion of the performance.)   
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Flynn Center for the Performing Arts

Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
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