Theater 7 (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

WEDNESDAY:
  • Critique oral interpretation videos.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
  • Complete videos and editing on group projects.

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 clas

1. Memorization PPT
    • Read through the Memorization presentation in the “Academic Theater” folder in Schoology.
    • Read the article “Learning to Memorize” in the same folder.
2. Practice and memorize your monologues or duets!
 
3. 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 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.