Objective: To introduce Pantomime Objective: To further work with pantomime.
Warm Up: Have students participate in an Warm Up: Sit on benches and communicate a
exercise where they improvise being the animal situation using only their bodies.
of their choice. Have them walk, then run. Activity: have them pantomime different
Activity: Students will improvise “Silent scenes with a partner.
Scream”, then they will be given a situation Evaluation: grades are based on participation.
and in groups of three they have to
“Pantomime” their scenes.
Evaluation: Grades are based on participation.
Objective: To introduce students to Mime. Objective: To develop students mime skills.
Warm Up: Explain the difference between Warm Up: Students will warm up each body
mime and pantomime area through movement.
Activity: Students will watch a video about the Activity: Have students prepare a mime that
mime technique. last for at least 30 seconds that involves a
Evaluation: Students will take notes on mime realistic situation.
techniques. Evaluation: Grades are based on participation.
Objective: To further develop students miming
Warm Up: Students will warm up each body
area through movement.
Activity: Students will prepare a 1-2 minute
mime that involves an animal and involves at
least 4 people.
Evaluation: Students will be graded based on