Students will demonstrate their ability to design a set by compiling and presenting a set design project for a scene.
Beginning for a 48 minute class period
Stage Terminology, Color, Floor Plans, Script Analysis
Theatre Foundations III: Standard 3, Objective A and B; Standard 4, Objective A
1. A Designer’s Duties The students will demonstrate their understanding of a designer’s tasks by taking a short quiz.
2. Analyze Like a Designer The students will demonstrate their ability to think like a designer by analyzing a chosen script.
3. Investigating the Possibilities The students will demonstrate effective research technique by compiling all pictorial research for their chosen scene.
4. Stage Lingo The students will demonstrate their understanding of stages, sets and terminology by participating in educational activities.
5. Coloring Your World The students will demonstrate their ability to use color design effectively in their scene by creating a paint chip breakdown.
6. Lines and Patterns and Textures, Oh My! The students will demonstrate their ability to make appropriate line, pattern and texture choices for their scene by completing a design sampler.
7. Arranging Furniture The students will demonstrate their ability to cluster furniture and set dressings by completing a cluster assignment.
8. Fashioning Floor Plans The students will learn how to create a floor plan by measuring and sketching out the stage for their scenes.
9. Desired Design Board The students will demonstrate their ability to compile all their design information by creating and presenting a design board.
Design Sets like the Pros Unit of Lessons.Kris Holley
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