Drama - Q1 Agenda

Drama - Q1 Agenda

Drama Q2 Agenda OOOH, Were halfway theerre! Tuesday, March 28, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Journal Warm-Up No Warm-Up! Agenda: Review Expectations Facial Expression Project Intro Kindness Challenge: Smile at people in the hallway!

Important Dates: Facial Expression Performances Thursday/Friday! Welcome Back!! A warm smile is the universal language of kindness. -William Arthur Ward Period 1 Songs You Belong With Me Martha/Brandy Firework Emily/Kyndell Baby Nat/Stephanie Sorry Sydney/Haley

Fabulous Jordyn/Joy We Will Rock You Tom/Brandon Never Gonna Give You Up Mazzy/Lily Mean Paige/ Aliyah Boyfriend Kylie/Mia Hot & Cold Bailey/Grace Hoedown Throwdown Megan/Amanda

Bad Blood Sydney J? Be Our Guest Cheyenne/Trinity Love Story Chloe/Erica Hello Brooke/McKayla Best of Day of My Life Rachel/Brookie Lose Yourself- Niko/Aden Period 2 Songs

Were Not Gonna Take it David/Brandon Eye of the Tiger Nate/The Doof Part of Your World Sydnee/Vanessa Youre Welcome Cassidy/Abby Final Countdown Will/Josh Aint Your Mama Breanna/Nateyah Single Ladies Group of 3

Sweet Dreams Melissa/Mia How Far Ill Go Maggee/Maddie Party in the USA Lauren/Kylie Period 4 Satisfied Destiny/Violet Diamond Macayla/Jillian Another One Bites the Dust Daniel/Jay

I Just Cant Wait to be King Amanda/Melina Firework Isabella/Madelyn Dont Stop Believing Casey/Nicole Shake it Off Aubrey/Julia Little Girls Reagan/Taylor Fresh Prince Rap Bree/Reyna Trouble Chloe/Rylan

All the Single Ladies Bundies/ Jace How the Other Half Lives Kyleigh/Jamie Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Agenda: New Expectations! Lip Sync Battles Rehearsal

Kindness Challenge: Smile at people in the hallway! Important Dates: Facial Expression Performances Thursday/Friday! Journal Warm-Up No Vocab Reflection Question: Why is facial expression and gesture crucial to a good performance? A warm smile is the universal language of kindness. -William Arthur Ward Thursday, March 30, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Agenda:

Lip Sync Battles Kindness Challenge: Smile at people in the hallway! Important Dates: Facial Expression Performances Today/Tomorrow! Journal Warm-Up No Vocab Reflection Question: Describe your rehearsal process. What worked? What can we improve? A warm smile is the universal language of kindness. -William Arthur Ward Friday, March 31, 2017

Journal Warm-Up Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion No Vocab Agenda: 1. Reflect on the kindness challenge (3 sentences) 2. Reflect on the weekly quote (3 sentences) Reflection Question: Lip Sync Battles

Kindness Challenge: Smile at people in the hallway! Important Dates: Facial Expression Performances Today/Tomorrow! A warm smile is the universal language of kindness. -William Arthur Ward Monday, April 3, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Agenda: Lip Sync Battles Wrap-Up Choral Reading Project

Journal Warm-Up No Vocab Reflection Question: Kindness Challenge: DO YOU have people you are grateful for in your lives? Tell them thank you! Important Dates: Choral Reading Performances Wed/Thu! How does your voice sound when you are happy? Angry? Excited? Sad? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Choral Reading

Choral speaking/reading is reading/reciting in unison under the direction of a leader Extremely important element of Greek theatre Choral speaking used as means of communication today it is an art form and is also used in theatre, churches, and schools. Choral Reading Can be done in many ways: Unison: whole group reads together Antiphonal: group is divided into two sub groups, each taking certain parts

Solo: lines/stanzas taken for individual reading Line-around: solo work, each line taken by a different reader When reading together, goal is to sound like 1 voice Choral Reading Things to think about: Tempo: Speed at which you talk indicates both age and emotion Slow tempo: indicates old age, important ideas, and/or emotions of sorrow, reverence, deliberation, and doubt

Fast tempo: indicates youth, subordination of unimportant ideas, and/or emotions of excitement, happiness, and anger. Volume: how loudly or softly you speak Louder volume can indicate excitement Choral Reading Things to think about: Articulation/Pronunciation How clearly you speak Inflection Which words are emphasized in a sentence/phrase

Ex: What ARE you doing, what are YOU doing Onomatopoeia: words that imitate the sounds the word means (ex: pop! Sizzle, boom! Crash!) Emotion in your voice does it portray the ideas/themes of the text? Choral Reading Project With a group of 3-4, select a poem to perform as choral reading Copy the poem down on a separate sheet of paper Decide when group will read together, alone, or with only parts of the group reading

Choral Reading Project You will perform your piece for the class YOU WILL NEED TO REHEARSE!!!!! You will be graded on: how clearly you speak, the emotion behind the piece, how well you work as a group, if you are in unison when you should be (voices sound like one!), appropriate use of gestures Choral Reading Project Must be at least 1 minute no longer than 1:30 Can do 1 longer poem or 2 shorter poems Must have poem written down to read from onstage There must be at least 1 section where you all speak

in unison Be sure to think about tempo, inflection, articulation, volume, etc your choices should make sense! This will impact your grade! Use rehearsal time wisely this will impact your grade! Tuesday, April 4, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Agenda: Choral Reading Project Kindness Challenge: DO YOU have people you are grateful for in your lives? Tell

them thank you! Important Dates: Choral Reading Performances Wed/Thu! Journal Warm-Up No Vocab Reflection Question: Describe the poem that your group picked. What is the theme/the mood? What is the author trying to convey? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Wednesday, April 5, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion

Agenda: Choral Reading Project Kindness Challenge: DO YOU have people you are grateful for in your lives? Tell them thank you! Important Dates: Choral Reading Performances Wed/Thu! Journal Warm-Up No vocab Reflection Question (4 sentences each!!!): 1. Reflect on the weekly quote. 2. Describe your rehearsal process what is working?

What isnt? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Thursday, April 6, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Agenda: Choral Reading Project Kindness Challenge: DO YOU have people you are grateful for in your lives? Tell them thank you! Important Dates: Choral Reading Performances Wed/Thu! Journal Warm-Up

No vocab Reflection Question (4 sentences each!!!): 1. Reflect on the weekly quote. 2. Describe your rehearsal process what is working? What isnt? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Partner Pantomime Project! Needs to have a clear story beginning, middle, end with conflict! Need to handle at least 2 objects in your scene consider weight/resistance/size

You will get to select music to play in the background of your piece but you have to choose from the music I provide (music & song names on my website!) When you perform it will look like a silent film, so clear gestures/pantomime and clear facial expressions are a MUST. You will write a script of what your story is - It can either be a drawing (like a comic) of the plot, or it can look like a script of just stage directions. By the end of today you should have a good start on your script! Note: no props allowed, but can use costumes and the benches to create a set Scenes should be 1:30-2 minutes! Performances will begin Monday Friday, April 7, 2017

No vocab Agenda: Reflection Question Journal Warm-Up Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Pantomime Project Kindness Challenge: DO YOU have people you are grateful for in your lives? Tell them thank you! Important Dates: Pantomime Projects Monday! 1. Reflect on the kindness challenge (2

sentences) 2. Reflect on Mrs. Lundbergs announcement from yesterday (4 sentences) Monday is PJ Day! Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Monday, April 10, 2017 Journal Warm-Up Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion No vocab Agenda: Reflection Question

Pantomime Project Kindness Challenge: Say thank you to the librarians each chance you get this week! Important Dates: Pantomime Projects Monday! 1. How can pantomime help you as an actor? Tomorrow is MLB Day! Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Wednesday, April 12, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion

Agenda: Pantomime Project Thank You Librarians! Notes & Two Lines Journal Warm-Up Reflection Question No Vocab (Notes to Come) Kindness Challenge: Say thank you to the librarians each chance you get this week! Important Dates: ANNIE!! Next Thu/Fri/Sat @ Basha HS 1. Do you feel that

you have improved in pantomime since beginning? What do you want to continue Tomorrow is to work on? Hat Day! Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust For Each Scene: Write down 1 thing group did well Write a 1 sentence summary of what happened in their scene Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Agenda: Pantomime Project Notes Tableau Here Comes Charley Kindness Challenge: Say thank you to the librarians each chance you get this week! Important Dates: ANNIE!! Next Thu/Fri/Sat @ Basha HS

Journal Warm-Up None - Catch up Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Wednesday, April 19, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Agenda: Notes Here Comes Charley Journal WarmUp None Catch up

Kindness Challenge: Say thank you to the librarians each chance you get this week! Important Dates: ANNIE!! Next Thu/Fri/Sat @ Basha HS Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Acting Basics Objective: A characters want, need, or goal Given circumstances: the conditions which influence the actions of a character (who, what, where, etc) Two Lines

Lines A: Help me Situations A: trapped under an overturned car B: I cant B: Trying to free person A Two Lines Lines A: B: Help me I cant

Situations A: At the bottom of a well B: At the top of the well Two Lines Lines Situations A: Help me Two students B: I cant are taking a test; one tries to cheat Two Lines

Lines Situations A: Help me A: In jail; tries B: I cant to get prison guard (B) to let you out Two Lines Lines A: Its time to go B: No, I cant Situations The building is on

fire. A: Wants to escape B: Wants to save their cat Two Lines Lines A: Situations Its time to In a cemetery, after a funeral, go a friend tries to B: No, I cant pull away a grieving widow Two Lines Lines A: Its time to go

B: No, I cant Situations Two criminals hiding in an alleyway. A: Sure the cops are gone B: Afraid of being caught Two Lines Lines A: Its time to go B: No, I cant Situations Two skydivers about to jump out of a plane A: Excited B: Terrified

Two Lines Lines Situations A: What are you One kid is spray painting his name doing? on a building when a friend B: What does it suddenly notices. look like? Two Lines Lines Situations A: What are you An older sibling is brushing their doing? teeth when the younger sibling B: What does it walks into the

bathroom. look like? Two Lines Lines Situations A: What are you A frazzled mother is sweeping the doing? floor when her lazy teenager comes B: What does it into the kitchen. look like? Two Lines Lines Situations What are you An art student is making a strange doing? sculpture when B: What does it another student

sees his/her work look like? A: Two Lines Lines A: B: Im sorry Its not your fault. Situations A: Toddler who just spilled milk B: Babysitter cleaning it up Two Lines Lines A: B: Im sorry Its not

your fault. Situations B: Pet just died A: Friend trying to comfort her. Two Lines Lines A: B: Im sorry Its not your fault. Situations A husband & wife have been arguing heavily for hours. One of them tries to end the argument. Two Lines A: B:

Lines Im sorry Its not your fault. Situations An office worker (B) has just been fired. A coworker (A) just heard about it. Two Lines Lines A: B: Situations I need you A: Demanding Just a minute boss

B: Secretary who is very busy Two Lines Lines A: B: I need you Just a minute Situations A: Window washer who just slipped off ledge of building and is hanging on for their life B: Partner who isnt paying attention Two Lines Lines Situations

A: I need you A: Teacher who is B: B: Student who is busy texting Just a minute angry at a student Two Lines Lines A: B: I need you Just a minute Situations A: wife who is having trouble zipping up her

dress B: Husband who is busy shaving Closing Question Describe how the meaning of text can change depending on the character and the situation. Imagine theres a new student in your class and you dont know anything about them. Describe what you would do to get to know a new student. Keep in mind you really want to get to know them. 5 Ways We Learn About a Character in a Script: What the character says What the character does

What others say about the character What the playwright says (stage directions) How the character treats others Closing Question What kinds of things can we learn about characters that would be helpful as an actor? Why are they helpful? Use examples. Once Upon a Mattress Character 1 2 3

4 What the Character Says About Themselves What Others Say About the Character How the Character Treats Others The Characters Movements/What They Do Thursday, April 20, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Agenda:

Journal WarmUp None Catch up Video Guide Kindness Challenge: Say thank you to the librarians each chance you get this week! Important Dates: ANNIE!! Next Thu/Fri/Sat @ Basha HS Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Friday, April 21, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion

Agenda: Journal WarmUp None Catch up Video Guide Kindness Challenge: Say thank you to the librarians each chance you get this week! Important Dates: ANNIE!! Next Thu/Fri/Sat @ Basha HS Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Write down the following chart and fill it in: Character Queen Prince

Dauntless Fred Lady Larkin Objective Obstacle Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Agenda: First Line/Last Line Activity Kindness Challenge: Say thank you to the librarians each chance you get this week! Important Dates:

Journal Warm-Up Beauty and the Beast Five Ways to Learn about a Character Company Class Auditions May 2 after school Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust First Line/Last Line Scene Challenge With a partner, create a scene that meets the following: Around 2 minutes long Should have clear beginning/middle/end

Each character has a clear objective Heres the catch: it must use the beginning line you draw from the bucket and the ending line you draw from the bucket Green= first line, orange=last line Must turn in written script that uses proper formatting & includes blocking directions Must be memorized when you perform! First Line/Last Line Scene Challenge On a piece of paper, one person from each group make a list of the following (in pen!): First line:

Last Line: Roll 1: Roll 2 (if you really want a challenge!): Requirements: Around 2 min. Clear beg/mid/end Each character has a clear objective Neat written/typed script Memorized when performed Script must include given first line & last Title Authors

Set the Scene Proper Formatting Blocking Friday, April 28, 2017 Learning Goal: I can use facial expression and gesture to portray emotion Agenda: Journal Checks First Line/Last Line Activity Kindness Challenge: Say thank you to the librarians each chance you get this week!

Important Dates: Journal Warm-Up Beauty and the Beast Five Ways to Learn about a Character (if we didnt do yesterday) Company Class Auditions May 2 after school Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Monday, May 1, 2017 Learning Goal: I can create and perform a scene with a partner. Agenda:

First Line/Last Line Activity Kindness Challenge: Its teacher appreciation week! Say thank you to your teachers after each class (sincerely, plz). Important Dates: Company Class Auditions May 2 after school Journal Warm-Up Vocab: tableau: a silent and motionless depiction of a scene, often from a picture RQ: Think of your FAVORITE movie. What is the main characters objective in the movie? Their obstacle? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Learning Goal: I can create and perform a scene with a partner. Agenda: First Line/Last Line Activity Kindness Challenge: Its teacher appreciation week! Say thank you to your teachers after each class (sincerely, plz). Important Dates: Company Class Auditions May 2 after school Journal Warm-Up Vocab: tableau: a silent and motionless depiction of a scene, often from a picture RQ: Think of your

FAVORITE movie. What is the main characters objective in the movie? Their obstacle? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Learning Goal: I can create and perform a scene with a partner. Agenda: First Line/Last Line Activity Kindness Challenge: Its teacher appreciation week! Say thank you to your teachers after each class (sincerely, plz).

Important Dates: May 12: Improv Show! Journal Warm-Up Vocab: walk-on: a small role with no lines RQ: Where are you at in the rehearsal process? What do you need to work on? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Thursday, May 4, 2017 Learning Goal: I can create and perform a scene with a partner. Agenda:

First Line/Last Line Activity Kindness Challenge: Its teacher appreciation week! Say thank you to your teachers after each class (sincerely, plz). Important Dates: May 12: Improv Show! Journal Warm-Up Vocab: walk-on: a small role with no lines RQ: Where are you at in the rehearsal process? What do you need to work on? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Friday, May 5, 2017

Learning Goal: I can create and perform a scene with a partner. Agenda: First Line/Last Line Activity Kindness Challenge: Its teacher appreciation week! Say thank you to your teachers after each class (sincerely, plz). Important Dates: May 12: Improv Show! Journal Warm-Up Vocab: cue: a word, phrase, or action signaling a n actors line, entrance, or exit

RQ: What was difficult about creating your scene? What was easy? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Monday, May 8, 2017 Learning Goal: I can create and perform a scene with a partner. I can describe key technical elements. Agenda: First Line/Last Line Activity Notes

Kindness Challenge: Tell your friends you are grateful for them and why! Important Dates: May 19: Improv Show! Journal Warm-Up Vocab: denouement: the solution to the conflict in a play; the wrapping up of events. RQ: Describe one happy moment from your weekend. Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Types of Staging

Proscenium Arch Thrust In the Round Traverse Proscenium Arch Audience sits on one side of the stage Most common type of staging Allows for theatre to have more complex

sets and scene changes Parts of a Stage - Tech Parts of a Stage - Tech Thrust/Arena Audience sits on three sides of the stage Popular in modern theatres No curtains separate audience from the stage Difficult to change sets no wing space

Complex scenery created using levels, backcloths In the Round Audience sits on all sides of the stage More often used in smaller venues Often square-shaped Staging/furniture must be low level Creates intimate atmosphere

Traverse Stage Audience sits on two sides of stage Most unusual type of staging Various scenes can be set up simultaneously Audience sees audience reaction Two ends of the stage commanding positions Play Production Notes

Producer Production Staff Finds investors willing to provide money to fund show Hires director & production staff Establishes a budget Sees that bills are paid In HS: producer is often the director Director

Creates a team that works toward the same goal Usually credited with plays overall success or failure Studies the script Responsible for auditions, casting, blocking, preparation of promptbook Technical Director Production Staff Executes the designs of the designers

With help of crew, responsible for building sets, painting drops, hanging lights even responsible for costumes at times! Stage Manager Keeps track of all cues for effects (at the HS level, often does the job of a prompter, as well) Makes cue sheets for stage crew that contain lights, sound, curtains, and set/prop changes During performance, sits at prompt table and calls cues Handles emergencies that arise during performance Tuesday, May 9, 2017 Learning Goal: I can create and perform a

scene with a partner. I can describe key technical elements. Agenda: Notes Kindness Challenge: Tell your friends you are grateful for them and why! Important Dates: May 19: Improv Show! Journal Warm-Up Vocab: fourth wall: theatrical term for the imaginary wall that exists between actors on stage and the audience RQ: What do you think it means to break the fourth

wall? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Wednesday, May 10, 2017 Learning Goal: I can create and perform a scene with a partner. I can describe key technical elements. Agenda: Tech Notes Auditioning! Kindness Challenge: Tell your friends you are grateful for them and why! Important Dates:

May 19: Improv Show! Journal Warm-Up Vocab: Apron: part of the stage that extends beyond the curtain line RQ: What style of staging did you like best and why? What are the pros/ cons of this style? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Thursday, May 11, 2017 Learning Goal: I can create and perform a scene with a partner. I can describe key technical elements. Agenda:

Tech Notes Auditioning! Kindness Challenge: Tell your friends you are grateful for them and why! Important Dates: May 19: Improv Show! Journal Warm-Up Vocab: Apron: part of the stage that extends beyond the curtain line RQ: What style of staging did you like best and why? What are the pros/ cons of this style? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they

are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Props Led by properties master First step: create props list Has to collect all props for production (storage, buy them, or make them!) Makes a prop table for props during the show Props should NEVER be touched by anyone other than the props crew and the actor that uses them PROPS ARE NOT TOYS.

Costuming A costume designer is responsible for designing and bringing to life the costumes Costumes can be rented, purchased, or made from scratch A costume should express the personality, social class, and tastes of a character Costume helps the audience understand the character, their relationship to other characters, and their relationship to the play itself Costuming First step in costume design: study the play

Costume design meets with director, scenic designer, and technical director Costumes must fit the theme, style, period, colors, scenery, lighting, and budget Costume silhouette: the distinctive line and form in dress Each time period has its own helps distinguish between periods Measurements of the cast must be taken Costume parade: actors wear the costumes under lighting before final fitting Costume plot: a list/chart that shows every character in each scene, along with colors, fabrics, accessories for each design. Can be used

to check off items needing to be completed (ie: 1st fitting) Makeup Designed on a makeup worksheet prior to putting it on Helps the audience to understand the character Straight makeup is used when character played is very similar in age and characteristics to the actor Make preparations for makeup well in advance hour for straight makeup, at least 1 hour for character makeup Men should be clean-shaven Actors should never get a haircut or change hairstyles without consulting their director

Friday, May 12, 2017 Learning Goal: I can create and perform a scene with a partner. I can describe key technical elements. Agenda: Audition Sheets Work on Monologues Kindness Challenge: Tell your friends you are grateful for them and why! Important Dates: May 19: Improv Show!

Journal Warm-Up Vocab: Monologue: a long speech by one actor in a play or movie as part of a production RQ: What is the hardest part about picking a monologue? Why? Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Monday, May 15, 2017 Learning Goal: I can do a professional audition Agenda: None

Auditions Kindness Challenge: Say one positive thing to yourself and a peer (not a friend a random person!) each day. Important Dates: Journal WarmUp May 19: Improv Show! Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust Tuesday, May 16, 2017 Learning Goal: I can do a professional audition Agenda:

Auditions Scene Work None Kindness Challenge: Say one positive thing to yourself and a peer (not a friend a random person!) each day. Important Dates: Journal WarmUp May 19: Improv Show! Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our soul blossom. -Marcel Proust

Character/Script Analysis On a separate sheet of paper (which you will staple to your script part of your grade!), answer the following questions in complete sentences (except for chart): 1. What is your scene about? Give a brief overview. 2. Draw and fill in the chart for your character: What the What the What others say What the Charact er character says about themselves

character does about the character playwright says How the character treats others 3. What is your characters objective in the scene? 4. Pick three words to describe your character & say why you chose those words. 5. Describe how you think your character speaks and moves. Why do they speak/move this way? Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Learning Goal: I can do analysis and blocking for my scene Agenda: Scene Work - Finish Questions & Begin Blocking! Kindness Challenge: Say one positive thing to yourself and a peer (not a friend a random person!) each day. Important Dates: May 19: Improv Show! Journal Warm-Up V: Dress Rehearsal: A full-scale rehearsal where performers work out every detail of the performance, shortly before

opening night, sometimes done in front of an informal audience. RQ: Reflect on your audition. What went well? What do you want to improve? Did you prepare well? How did that impact your confidence onstage? Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. -Alexander Graham Bell Thursday, May 18, 2017 Learning Goal: I can do analysis and blocking for my scene Agenda: Scene Work - Finish Questions & Begin Blocking! Kindness Challenge: Say one positive thing to yourself and a peer (not a

friend a random person!) each day. Important Dates: May 19: Improv Show! Journal Warm-Up V: Dress Rehearsal: A full-scale rehearsal where performers work out every detail of the performance, shortly before opening night, sometimes done in front of an informal audience. RQ: Reflect on your audition. What went well? What do you want to improve? Did you prepare well? How did that impact your confidence onstage? Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. -Alexander Graham Bell Friday, May 19, 2017

Learning Goal: I can do analysis and blocking for my scene Agenda: Scene Work Kindness Challenge: Say one positive thing to yourself and a peer (not a friend a random person!) each day. Important Dates: Journal Warm-Up V: batten: rod suspended over the stage from which lights and scenery are hung RQ: 1. Reflect on the weekly quote 2. Reflect on the kindness challenge

IMPROV SHOW TONIGHT!!! Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. -Alexander Graham Bell Monday, May 22, 2017 Learning Goal: I can do analysis and blocking for my scene Agenda: Scene Work (HW: Study your lines/script!) Kindness Challenge: Take five minutes for yourself to RELAX each day (no cell phones just sit by yourself!!) Important Dates:

Final Performances this Wed/Thu!!! Final Exams next week! Journal Warm-Up Take five minutes INDEPENDENTLY (aka quietly) to go over your script and analysis to get ready for rehearsal. Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. -Alexander Graham Bell Tuesday, May 23, 2017 Learning Goal: I can do analysis and blocking for my scene Agenda: Scene Work (HW: Study your lines/script!)

Kindness Challenge: Take five minutes for yourself to RELAX each day (no cell phones just sit by yourself!!) Important Dates: Final Performances begin tomorrow/Thursday!! Final Exams next week! Journal Warm-Up Take five minutes INDEPENDENTLY (aka quietly) to go over your script and analysis to get ready for rehearsal. Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. -Alexander Graham Bell

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 Learning Goal: I can do analysis and blocking for my scene Agenda: Final Performances! Kindness Challenge: Take five minutes for yourself to RELAX each day (no cell phones just sit by yourself!!) Important Dates: Journal Warm-Up Take five minutes INDEPENDENTLY (aka quietly) to go over your script and analysis to get

ready for rehearsal. Final Exams next week! Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. -Alexander Graham Bell Thursday, May 25, 2017 Learning Goal: I can do analysis and blocking for my scene Agenda: Final Performances! Kindness Challenge: Take five minutes for yourself to RELAX each day (no cell phones just sit by yourself!!) Important Dates:

Journal Warm-Up Take five minutes INDEPENDENTLY (aka quietly) to go over your script and analysis to get ready for rehearsal. Final Exams next week! Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. -Alexander Graham Bell Friday, May 25, 2017 Learning Goal: I can do analysis and blocking for my scene Agenda: Final Exam Review!! Kindness Challenge: Take five minutes for

yourself to RELAX each day (no cell phones just sit by yourself!!) Important Dates: Journal Warm-Up Get your notebooks out and ready to party! Final Exams next week! Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. -Alexander Graham Bell

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