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Explain the purpose and use of structural elements particular to dramatic literature (e.g., scenes, acts, cast of characters, stage directions) in plays that are read or viewed. 0801.8.15
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exploration of Physical Theatre - lessons and activity [This expired
page is from the Internet Archive known as the Wayback
- Creating Stage
Directions: "Blocking a Play" - Blocking is when a director
determines an actors movements and positions on stage.
Scenes & Monologues! - Here you'll find quite a few short scenes
that Kevin has developed for his Acting classes over the years. They're
short, have easy tech requirements, and vary from two-person scenes to a
whole classroom. These scenes and monologues are FREE as long as you follow
the instructions below.
directions poem - helps students remember terminology
Directions - The stage can be divided up into fifteen playing
- Teen /
Young Adult Plays - Plays with acts; cast of characters and stage direction.
site for teachers |
PowerPoint show |
Acrobat document |
Word document |
whiteboard resource |
video format |
interactive lesson |
a quiz |
lesson plan |
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