This Introduction to Drama lesson plan also includes:
Introduce your class to drama! You cast each pupil as a different character from a story you have read. They are given a general outline of the scene, act out the scene multiple times, then discuss the weak and strong aspects of each rehearsal. Older classes can take this lesson a step further by analyzing theme through the characters' actions.
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Make sure you don’t miss the latest news from Trinity College London. Sign up for email updates about your subject area. Gr 8 MYP Drama Characteristaion. Guiding Question: What is Real? The students look at creating a characters through Characterisation Stanislavski's techniques.
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8th Grade Drama
This is going to be a fun year of developing new friendships, taking risks, challenging our creativity and working hard as a group to create dramatic works of art. I am looking forward to our time together as a theater class.
We will begin this course with various theater improvisation games. These games are designed to prepare you for working together as a strong ensemble and are a fun way of developing solid acting techniques. This will be followed by a unit on vocal projection and articulation. A mime unit will help you to develop an articulate and expressive body and will enable you to make physical character choices when performing spoken theater.
The year will conclude with an ensemble-based production that we will perform for a peer and public audience
Our first performance project will be to write and perform personal speeches based on what you believe in. We will follow the curriculum created by National Public Radio's program 'This I Believe'. To find out more about this program follow this link:
I look forward to a great year in 8th grade drama. Please feel free to come to me with any questions or suggestions you may have about this class.
Click on 'Middle School Productions' to see photos of past 8th grade performances.