Theater 6 (Parker)

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Weekly Learning Plan: March 1 - 5

Continue video projects for the production of The W.E.S.T. Show

Weekly Learning Plan: December 7 - 11

MONDAY:
1. Continue videos and editing on group projects.
2. Critique oral interpretation videos.
 
TUESDAY:
1. Complete videos and editing on group projects.
2. Critique oral interpretation videos.

Weekly Agenda: November 30 - December 4

All theater students are working on their chosen video productions.

Weekly Agenda: November 16 - 20

All theater students are working on their chosen video productions.

Weekly Agenda: November 2 - 6

All theater students are working on their chosen video productions.

Weekly Learning Plan: October 19 - 23

Plan subject to change.
 
Students will begin practicing for December productions!

Weekly Learning Plan - September 14

Student instructions for remote class:
  1. Journal - Complete in the class notebook.
    1. How did you feel about your performance?
    2. How did you feel about the critiques of your performance?
    3. What were your strong points in performance?
    4. What skills do you need to improve?
  1. Complete the vocabulary QUIZ on Schoology.
    • Antagonist – The person who is opposed to, struggles against, or competes with the main character (protagonist) in a play.
    • Villain – the person who opposes the hero (often called the antagonist).
    • Hero – the main character in a story (also called the protagonist).
    • Protagonist – the leading character in a play (often called the hero).
    • Character – the role an actor plays and how (s)he portrays it.
    • Characterization – the act of donning a character to perform a role.
    • Character trait – a distinguishing characteristic or quality.
    • Critique – the act of commenting on the negative and positive aspects of a dramatic work and/or performance; also refers to the essay or article written about the performance.
    • Enunciation – speaking clearly while onstage, making sure to pronounce every syllable so that the audience can understand the lines.
    • Projection – speaking loudly while onstage, loud enough for the entire audience to hear.

Weekly Learning Plan - August 31

Theatre is the art of storytelling through acting.
 
“The key to being a great actor is observation.”
 
This week we will turn our attention to activities to improve focus.
 
We will also create a theater journal in OneNote. Most weeks, students will complete a journal assignment for their remote class.

Weekly Learning Plan: August 24

Theatre is the art of storytelling through acting.
 
“The key to being a great actor is observation.”
 
This week we will continue observation exercises in person and for remote class in order to lay the groundwork for great acting.
 
We will also create a theater journal in OneNote. Most weeks, students will complete a journal assignment for their remote class.

Weekly Learning Plan: August 17

Welcome back, students!
 
I'm eager to meet all of you this week. Prepare to embark on a school year like no other! The next ten months will be a great adventure. We will successfully navigate these uncharted waters together! 
 
For a "big picture" map of the week, check out the attached file.