UPDATED LESSON PLANS FOR EXTENDED CLOSURE
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Please check your REMIND daily and be sure to contact Mrs. Campbell with any questions. Lesson plans with activities are posted here:
WEEK ONE: Monologue Writing
- Week One: You will be writing monologues this week. First, complete the following DO NOW activity: http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/blogs/learning/pdf/2009/20091029timesstories.pdf
- Next, write a monologue for each character represented by the description in the DO NOW. This means you should have FIVE total monologues – write one per day.
- Use this handout to write your monologues: MONOLOGUE HANDOUT OR you can just type them into an e-mail and send them to me. Be sure to have a good hook and a clear plot mountain progression (exposition, conflict, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution).
Welcome to Dramatic Arts Academy 2! This course is designed to build on the basic skills, techniques, and content learned in Dramatic Arts Academy I. Academy students will explore the business of theatre, acting techniques
(Hagen, “The Active Process”), Medieval and Renaissance theatre, technical theatre (lighting, set/scenic design, sound), movement and physicality, and musical theatre. In addition, students will experience extensive partner scene work for competition and end-of-year showcase purposes. Students that display consistent competence and technical excellence in the above criteria may be considered to advance to the next level. All level placement is at the discretion of the Academy Instructors.
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