Tech lessons focus on technical theatre design or execution. Lessons can be used as stand-alone topics or combined with any technical theatre curriculum.
Students will demonstrate their understanding of technical theatre terms by completing a crossword puzzle.
Students will demonstrate an ability to work together to solve problems by working in groups to solve theatre crises and put on a short play.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the role music plays in theatre by creating a tableau inspired by a specific sound clip.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of 4 functions of lighting by using flashlights to light a student on stage in different ways.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of lighting color by placing themselves in a color wheel, and by participating in an activity with gels and lights.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of creating full costume designs by rendering clothes and painting a design.
Students will demonstrate knowledge of historical costume by completing a worksheet on basic historical costume shapes.
The students will display their abilities to recognize the way clothing affects a character by creating a costume clothing design for a character that they are performing.
Students will demonstrate their understanding on how costumes and props can affect/form character by drawing a costume design for their character and writing a list of props their character might use.
Students will demonstrate their knowledge of basic drill use and platform construction by attaching legs and casters to a platform using drills and impact drivers.
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