The average pay for a Drama Teacher is $40,381 a year and $19 an hour in Arizona, United States.
The average salary range for a Drama Teacher is between $30,153 and $48,886.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Arizona, United States.
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Teaches acting principles and techniques to individuals or groups: conducts readings to evaluate student's talent.
Adapts course of study and training methods to meet student's need and ability.
Teaches enunciation, diction, voice development, and dialects, using voice exercises, speech drills, explanation, lectures, and improvisation.
Discusses and demonstrates vocal and body expression to teach acting styles, character development, and personality projection.
Produces and directs plays for school and public performances.
Auditions students to select cast and assign parts.
Rehearses and drills students to ensure they master parts.
Assigns nonperforming students to backstage production tasks, such as constructing, painting, moving scenery, operating stage light, and sound equipment.
May direct activities of students involved in constructing, painting, and lighting scenery.
May teach elements of stagecraft, stage makeup, costume craft, play writing, or play direction.
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Drama Teacher Job Listings for Arizona, United States
Teacher - SequelCare of Arizona
Prescott Valley, AZ, USA
Sequel Youth and Family Services
EDUCATION TEACHER CLASSIFICATION: One FTE - Exempt CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLASS: Under general ... arts, drama, dance, crafts, vocational skills, outdoor living 5. May prepare students to secure ...
We are looking for dedicated teachers who are passionate about student learning, as well as the ... We surround them with an environment where a passion for art or drama can grow alongside a talent ...