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Mar 9, 2012

Monologue Learning Outcomes

9:32 AM

Drama as Oral Tradition 

Contents: Monologue and Group Performance

Knowledge and Understanding:
By the end of Year 1 Drama course, the students should have a theoretical and practical understanding and knowledge of:

-          stage geography

-          stage movement

-          voice projection

-          face and body movement

-          character development

Application:
At the end of the course students should be able to:

-       plan and organize effectively to set goals

-       plan and organize effectively to solve problems and make decisions
Individual Project
Monologue from a written composition: Jakarta’s man on the street
Develop a plot through a Character Sheet,  
(i.e. physical, social and psychological development and make up of the character)
Group project
Performance from a published script of 2-3 characters

Evaluation and Reflection

At the end of the course students should be able to:
  • reflect upon in order to set goals for future development
  • assess their own work
  • Drama journal entries should include script development and costume and sets and  props designs

Personal Engagement:
At the end of the course students should be able to:

-          show sensitivity to their own cultures
-          show self-motivation in setting and meeting deadlines




Areas of Interaction:

Environment: understanding the relationships between people, communities, materials, products and nature. Students will incorporate the natural setting of a fairy tale in creating a believable performance through acting in the stage environment.

Health and Social Education: enhancing a student’s self-esteem through a performance. Making informed and responsible choices through acting out a character

Potential Interdisciplinary Links: Humanities or Language A                

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