Objective: Students will create masks that emulate Greek theatre masks that fit the Greek Chorus they wrote.
Objective: Students finished presentations and began writing Greek Chorus
Objective: Students will create a modern version of a Greek Chorus.
3. EMPHASIS (certain words should have importance over others. Must be loud)
4. MUSIC (SUNG/PlAYED/PERCUSSION/UNDERSCORE)
5. VOCAL VARIATION (SHOULDN'T BE MONOTONE)
6. UNISON SPEAKING
7. TELLS A STORY
9. LEVELS (Meaning upstage and downstage also high and low)
WHAT YOU WILL DO IN GROUPS:
1. Research a CURRENT news story to base your chorus on (Something within the last three months)
2. Present a news story to your group.
3. Your group should select one story to base your chorus on
4. One person in your group should create a document and share it with every person in the group
5. Share the document with me (firstname.lastname@example.org)
7. Write the chorus based on the above specifications
8. Decid who this chorus is (i.e. a group of bankers, passengers on a plane, animals in a forrest, etc.)
9. Write the chorus based on the above specifications
10. Design your mask
11. Start rehearsing your Greek chorus on your feet. (You should be moving a lot)
Objective: Students presented knowledge on Greek gods
Classwork: Students continued to create google slideshows on the Greed god/goddess of their choice (See Day 15)
Objective: Students will create presentations on Greek gods
Classwork: Students split into groups and selected a Greek god to present on.
Objective: Students will be able to identify acting areas, body positions, and complete basic blocking notationClasswork: