0 – 5th Lesson Q3 03/09 – 4/16

TeacherElizabeth Redondo
Subject AreaElementary Drama
Grade Level0 - 5th
Week #03/16 - 04-16
Unit of InstructionMonsters and Morals
Standard(s) Taught
TH.3.F.2.1

Identify non-theatre professions that require the same skills as are used in theatre.

 TH.2.C.3.1 – Identify important characteristics to discuss when sharing opinions about theatre.

TH.2.F.2.1 – Identify the jobs people can have in a theater.

TH.2.F.3.1 – Identify what was successful about a collaborative theatre activity. 

TH.3.C.3.1 – Discuss the techniques that help create an effective theatre work.

 TH.3.O.2.1 – Describe what happened in a play, using age-appropriate theatre terminology.

TH.3.O.3.1 – Compare the characteristics of theatre to television and movies.

TH.3.S.1.3 – Evaluate a performance, using correct theatre terms, and give specific examples to support personal opinions.

TH.4.H.3.1 – Describe how individuals learn about themselves and others through theatre experiences.

TH.3.O.3.1 – Compare the characteristics of theatre to television and movies.

TH.2.F.3.1 – Identify what was successful about a collaborative theatre activity.

TH.3.S.1.3 – Evaluate a performance, using correct theatre terms, and give specific examples to support personal opinions.

TH.3.S.3.4, TH.3.S.4.4 & TH.3.S.5.5 – Skills, Techniques, and Processes 

 

Learning Targets and Learning Criteria

focus

self discipline

memorization

listening skills

non-verbal communications

verbal communications

staging

blocking

collaboration

characterization

dictation

voice inflection

Voice clarity

movement

patterns

Theater Etiquette

Back stage Etiquette

Audience Etiquette

Collaboration

Teamwork

Creativity

Artistry

Classroom Activities

Storybook – Monster Who Lost His Mean

  • Read
  • Talk – Open Forum
  • Small Group discussion
  • Create a vignette 
  • Rehearse vignette
  • Perform vignette including slate
  • Talk – Open Forum
Assignments Due
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