Students will demonstrate their ability to use vocal variety and techniques by performing a few different styles of lip sync.
TH:Pr5.1.HSI a. Practice various acting techniques to expand skills in a rehearsal or drama/theatre performance.
TH:Re9.1.HSII b. Construct meaning in a drama/theatre work, considering personal aesthetics and knowledge of production elements while respecting others’ interpretations.
TH:Cr3.1.HSI b. Explore physical, vocal and physiological choices to develop a performance that is believable, authentic, and relevant to a drama/theatre work.
TH:Pr6.1.HSI a. Perform a scripted drama/theatre work for a specific audience.
LESSON 1: WHAT AND HOW
Students will begin learning about lip sync and demonstrate knowledge by performing a lip sync scene.
LESSON 2: TWO TYPES
Students will learn that they can lip sync in two ways – spoken and sung- and in their notebooks write the benefits to both, which they’d prefer to perform and why.
LESSON 3: CLASS SONG
Students will demonstrate their understanding of lip syncing a song by practicing and performing a song in class.
LESSON 4: GROUP SONG
Students will demonstrate their understanding of lip sync by preparing for their own group performance.
LESSON 5: GROUP PERFORMANCE
Students will demonstrate their understanding of lip sync by performing their group song.
LESSON 6: INDIVIDUAL LIP SYNC – MOVIE SCENE
Students will learn how to perform a lip sync for multiple characters.
LESSON 7: PRACTICE AND PERFORMANCE
Students will demonstrate their understanding of lip sync by an individual lip sync scene from an animated film.
Lip Sync Unit of Lessons.Krystle Butler
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