Students will demonstrate their ability to design and executing old age makeup, stylized makeup and wound makeup.
design, application, presentation, interpretation of ideas, creativity,
TH:Pr5.1.HSII b. Apply technical elements and research to create a design that communicates the concept of a drama/theatre production.
TH:Cr2.1.HSII b. Cooperate as a creative team to make interpretive choices for a drama/theatre work.
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:Cn11.2.HSIII a. Justify the creative choices made in a devised or scripted drama/theatre work, based on a critical interpretation of specific data from theatre research
CONTENT STANDARD 3: Designing and producing by conceptualizing and realizing artistic interpretations for informal or formal productions.
CONTENT STANDARD 5: Researching by evaluating and synthesizing cultural and historical information to support artistic choices.
CONTENT STANDARD 7: Analyzing, critiquing, and constructing meanings from informal and formal theatre, film, television, and electronic media productions.
It is expected that students will have had little or no experience with application of stage makeup or creating a makeup design.
How do you transform a young face to an old face?
How does highlights and shadows influence our perception?
How does a makeup artist change a face using just makeup?
Lesson 1: Old Age Make-up
Learning objective: Students will demonstrate their understanding of highlights and shadows by practicing aged makeup on their own face.
Lesson 2: Old Age Makeup Application
Educational Objective: Students will demonstrate how to change a young face to an old face by their ability to use highlights and shadows to create an aged face.
Lesson 3: Stylized/ Fantasy Makeup Design
Educational Objective: Students will show their ability to design for stylized makeup by creating
a makeup map of their own design.
Lesson 4: Stylized Makeup Application Workday
Educational Objective: The students will demonstrate their ability to apply the makeup directed by a makeup design that they created by practicing on their partners face.
Lesson 5: Stylized Makeup Application and Pitch
Educational objective: The students will show their understanding of stylized makeup by presenting to the class their design and final product!
Lesson 6: Wound Make-up
Educational Objective: Students will demonstrate their understanding of wound makeup by practicing the wounds that they have for their story.
Lesson 7: The accident is here! Grossies and Gories Final
Educational Objective: The students will demonstrate their understanding of wound make-up by creating make-up to go along with their accident story.
Make Up Unit of Lessons.Jessica Johnson
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