PHYSICAL THEATRE - stagewallis.com

PHYSICAL THEATRE - stagewallis.com

PHYSICAL THEATRE Year 7 Drama Lesson 6 Assessment LESSON OBJECTIVE: To create a performance piece using all of the skills learned previously Lesson Objective: To create a performance piece using all of the skills learned previously To perform using physical theatre techniques

KEYWORDS Physicalisation Characterisation Exaggeration Non-naturalism REGISTER SKILLS Lesson Objective: To create a performance piece using all of the skills learned previously To perform using physical theatre techniques

When students answer the register, they have to answer stating a skill that is needed to make physical theatre effective Lesson Objective: To create a performance piece using all of the skills learned previously To perform using physical theatre techniques TASK today's lesson you will be In assessed on the creating and

performing process Teacher will place students into pre-selected groups. Each group has an envelope, which contains your task. Students are to read as a group, taking note of the skills that they must use in their piece.

Lesson Objective: To create a performance piece using all of the skills learned previously To perform using physical theatre techniques DISCUSSION TIME Students must sit down in their groups and discuss which part everyone is going to play. All students must try to contribute some ideas.

One student may be elected the Director or it can be a group effort. Lesson Objective: To create a performance piece using all of the skills learned previously To perform using physical theatre techniques REHEARSING must work together to create Students their piece, with one student being

allocated as the director if you have decided this previously. Remember that actions and facial expressions need to be really exaggerated and the ideas can be abstract/unusual. EXTENSION Students must add an alternative ending to their story if they think they have finished ahead of time. Lesson Objective:

To create a performance piece using all of the skills learned previously To perform using physical theatre techniques PERFORMANCE Each group performs to the rest of the group and give feedback.

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