Students will understand essential concepts about voice and how to use their voices effectively when performing by presenting a dramatic reading.
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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
Proficient TH:Pr5.1.HSI a. Practice various acting techniques to expand skills in a rehearsal or drama/theatre performance.
Vocal Quality, Vocal Anatomy, Vocal Variety, Performance Skills
Lesson 1- Intro to Voice
Objective- The students will demonstrate their ability to communicate a character through vocal technique by representing a character in a short improvised scene.
Lesson 2- Vocal Anatomy
Objective- The students will demonstrate their knowledge of voice by creating a poster with a group.
Lesson 3- Poetry- Dramatic Reading (2 days)
Objective- The students will demonstrate their ability to use vocal variety by planning a presenting a dramatic reading of a short poem.
Lesson 4- Autobiography Speech- 3 hobbies (3 days)
Objective- The students will demonstrate their ability to use their voice effectively when speaking by presenting their Autobiography Speech.
Lesson 5- Dramatic Reading of Children’s Book with a partner (2 days)
Objective- The students will demonstrate their ability to use vocal variety by planning and presenting a dramatic reading of a children’s book.
Intro to Voice Unit of Lessons.Mari Bell
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