Weekly Lesson Plans

Objectives 11-27-18

Drama I

· Recognize and use performing skills related to contemporary theatre

Increase skills in listening

Explore a variety of characters

Recognize connections between theatre and society as reflected in contemporary theatre.

Expand the scope and depth of theatre appreciation

Work with a partner or group to prepare a scene for performance

Increase skills in movement


Upper Level Drama

· Relate personal performance to social context

  • Increase understanding of the relationship between life, theatre, and art
  • Work toward artistic ensemble
  • Recognize significant contributors and contributions to musical and minority theatre
  • Apply movement and vocal techniques to create an emotional reaction from the audience
  • Incorporate a dialect into a monologue performance

8th Grade Drama

  • · Control personal tensions
  • · Control personal stage fright
  • · Explore acting problems and evaluate solutions
  • Apply movement and voice techniques to explore character
  • Maintain character in the face of audience distraction
  • Work toward artistic ensemble

Media Production

· Recognize the interrelation of writing, performing, and technical production as reflected in film history

Explore themes in Great Films

Learn and identify the 17 Elements of great film


Playwriting and Production

· Develop objectivity in assessing production skills

· Understand and use the principals and techniques of writing a play

· Increase understanding of the relationship between life and theatre art

Technical Theatre II

· Understand and use processes and techniques of technical theatrical production

· Synthesize knowledge of other arts and crafts as they apply to stagecraft

Technical Theatre

Understand the use of research in period theatre

Work with a variety of styles and norms of the 1940's

Understand the use of costuming in providing information in performance

NAME Harrington Date 11-27-18 ____________ SUBJECT(s)

National Standards PASS/Tulsa Benchmarks

1a,2a,2c,7d

Sequential Activities to Enhance the Objectives

+HOMEWORK (Cooperative L. included) Blooms R-B MI

Drama I

The student will be able to learn methods of relaxing the body and mind.

To increase flexibility and body control

To improve articulation


Monday-Perform with instructor feedback

Tuesday-Continue One Act Rehearsals

Wednesday-Continue One Act Rehearsals

Thursday-Perform with feedback

Friday-Perform with Feedback

B1 B2 B3 B4

Media Production

The student will be able to learn about early and contemporary filmmaking and to understand the filmmaking process..

National Standards 4a, 4b

Monday-Pilot

Tuesday-pilot

Wednesday-Honeymooners

Thursday-Honeymooners

Friday-Pilot


B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7

Upper Level Drama

The student will be able to portray complex characters. To explore acting as creative problem solving.

· Recognize the interrelation of writing, performing, and technical work to create a stage production

Monday-Research

Tuesday-Research

Wednesday-Research

Thursday-Research

Friday-Presentations begin



B1 B2B3

8th Grade Drama

Monday-scenes

Tuesday-rehearse scenes

Wednesday-scenes

Thursday-Perform monologues

Friday-Perform monologues


B4

B5

B6

M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

M6

M7

M8

M9

BK

LM

L

S

IE

IA

N

M

Technical Theatre

To learn about production concepts and the different types of sets.

To learn the basic tools and principals of set construction

· Recognize the interrelation of writing, performing, and technical work to create a stage production

.

National Standards 3a, 3b, 3c


B2

B3

B4

B5

B6

M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

M6

M7

M8

M9

BK

LM

L

S

IE

IA

N

M

Playwriting

Develop objectivity in self-appraisal


Understand and use the principals and techniques of writing a play.

Monday-Short scene competition

Tuesday-Writing day


Wed-Read play

Thursday-Read play

Friday-Discuss plays

Advanced Technical theatre

Daily To-Do Lists musical