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Alex M. Martino
Junior High School
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Mrs. Styx
8th Grade Language Arts
7th and 8th Grade Fashion/Design I,
Speech and Drama - Martino and Liberty Jr. Highs
astyx@nlsd122.org

Speech and Drama

 

Homework Assignments


"Something of Joy" and "My Life in Ten" Presentation - Due Aug. 24th (Gold day)


Project Calendar

Sept. - Pantomime - Students will perform a pantomime focusing on an "everyday" activity. The goals include offering real reactions and emotions, and making their pantomimes realistic, using correct dimensions for objects, and attention to details. This activity helps them to become more aware of their bodies and facial expressions in relationship to effective performance. 

Sept. / Oct. - Story-telling - emphasizing development of vocal elements

Oct. / Nov. - Blocking - emphasizing movement on the stage

Nov. / Dec. - Monologues - utilizing vocal elements and physical elements

Dec. / Jan. - Duets - further honing vocal and physical elements and stage movement, along with working closely with another actor

Jan. / Feb. - Stagecraft - understanding the other elements of a production besides the performance, including set, lights, costumes, props, and make-up

Feb. / March - "Playwright - ing" - writing an original dramatic script

April / May - Putting it all together - small groups produce their own show