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									                           Theatre Arts Lesson Plans
                               Marsha Bradley

Daily Student Material Requirements:
       Black Pen, College Paper, Notebook, Book: Speech for Effective
       Communications


Special Modifications: The following students have been give preferential seating due
to Academic, Physical, or Behavioral needs.
       1st Period    Helper: Katie Fearnley

       2nd Period    Helper: Tara Mullins

       3rd Period    Helper: Seth Stieferman
8/8-12/05        Weekly Objectives:
                 TLW: Implement Classroom Expectations.
                 TLW: Implement Listening Skills by taking Notes.
                 TLW: Discover and Analyze Personality Types about themselves &
       others.

                        Monday,
Class Activity:         Receive class Expectations and Parent Letter
                        Listen to Class Description and Overall Expectation
Materials:              Worksheets
Assignments:            Sign Parent Letter    Due 8/9
                        True Colors Worksheets        Due 8/9

                        Tuesday
Class Activity:         Journal: “Letter to yourself as if you are your best friend.”
                        Lecture ◊ Notes on Class Rules

                        Wednesday
Class Activity:         Write Note Card
                        Notes on “My Story” Presentation Requirements

                        Thursday
Class Activity:         Role Play Class Rules
Assignments:            Personal Symbols      Due 8/18
Assignments Due:        Personal Life History

                        Friday
Class Activity:         Take Notes on Ms Bradley’s “My Story” Presentation
Assignments:            In class writing of Life History
Assignments Due:        Returned Signed Parent Letter


8/15-19/05       Weekly Objectives:
                 TLW: Implement Behavioral Expectations during presentations.
                 TLW: Implement Listening Skills from Memory and by Taking Notes.
                 TLW: Discover personal stories to increase Self-esteem by building trust.

                        Monday
Class Activity:         Books Issued
                        Ms. Bradley’s Electronic use of “My Story” Presentation
Materials:              Notebook, Overhead, and Computer
Assignments:            Date for “My Story” Presentation           Begin 8/17
                        Test on Thursday 8/19
Assignments Due:        Book Slip
                     Materials Check

                     Tuesday
Class Activity:      “My Story” Presentations (Give and Listen)
                     Materials: Visual Aids & Note card
Assignments:         Chapter 1 Vocabulary and Questions         Due 8/19

                     Wednesday
Class Activity:      “My Story” Presentations (Give and Listen)
                     Materials: Visual Aids & Note card
Materials:           Evaluation Sheets, Camera and Tripod
Assignments Due:     Primary Display Symbol

                     Thursday
Class Activity:      “My Story” Presentations (Give and Listen)
                     Describe Personal Symbols
Assignments:         List Remembering Peers’ “My Story”

                     Friday
Class Activity:      Materials Check: Book Covered, Notebook, 5 sections,
                     College-ruled Paper, Note cards, VHS Tape, Black Pen
                     Work on Ch. 1 Notes and Questions
                     Lecture◊ Chapter 1
Material:            Balls for Analogy
Assignments Due:     Signed Book Slip
                     List Remembering Peers’ “My Story”

8/22-26/05 Weekly Objectives:
            TLW: Implement Behavioral Expectations during presentations.
            TLW: Implement Listening Skills from Memory and by taking Notes.
            TLW: Discover personal stories to increase self-esteem by building trust.
            TLW: Demonstrate the Communication Process through discussion,
                   listening and performing.
            TLW: Discover Importance of Sender/Receiver Point of View, Audience,
                                  Feedback, and Interference.
            TLW: Discover the importance of situation and audience.


                     Monday
Class Activity:      Journal: “ Best thing that Happened this summer”
                     Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 1
                            Purpose of Communication
                     Write definition of Love (Denotation vs. Connotation)
                     Create a Poster involving Something learned from Rules /Ch.1
                            Due 8/26
Assignments:         Self-Critique “My Story” Presentation Due 8/24
                    Discuss Presentations (Strengths and Weaknesses)
Assignments Due:    Chapter 1 Notes and Questions


                    Tuesday
Class Activity:     Journal: “The think I miss the most from my youth”
                    Review Class Rules through role-play
                    Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 1
                           Purpose of Communication
Assignments:        Write definition of Love (Denotation vs. Connotation)
                    Story Book for a 5 year old      Due: 8/26
Assignments Due:    Self-Critique “My Story” Presentation


                    Wednesday
Class Activity:     Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 1
                           Formal or Informal Settings
                           Developing the Communication
                           Discuss examples: Feedback, Interference
Assignment Due:     Test Chapter 1 and Class Rules Test
Assignments:        Chapter 2 Notes and Questions             Due 8/25

                    Thursday
Class Activity:     Journal: “Who has influenced you the most?”
                    Lecture◊ Notes on Children’s Story Presentation (5 year olds)
Assignment Due:     Chapter 2 Notes and Questions
Assignments:        Write Chapter 20: Notes/Question Due: 8/31
                    Paraphrase Children Story Book by Page     Due: 8/29


                    Friday
Class Activity:     Lecture◊ Notes on Children’s Story Presentation (5 year olds)
                           Importance of Audience to a presentation
Assignments:        Write Chapter 20: Notes/Question Due: 8/31
Assignments Due:    Story Book for a 5 year old     Due: 8/26




8/29-9/2/05 Weekly Objectives:
             TLW: Implement Behavioral Expectations in Daily Class Environment.
             TLW: Implement Listening Skills by taking Notes.
             TLW: Develop a sense of self through Journaling.
             TLW: Strengthen their Vocal Tones Analyzing Characters in a Script.
                   Monday
Class Activity:    Journal: “Anthem”
                   Write Chapter 20: Notes/Vocabulary     Due: 8/31

                   Tuesday
Class Activity:    Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 20
                   Literary Analysis/Oral Interpretation
Assignments:       Paraphrase Children Story Book by Page         Due: 9/2

                   Wednesday
Class Activity:    Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 20
                          Literary Analysis/Oral Interpretation

                   Thursday
Class Activity:    Journal: “National Disasters”
                   Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 20
                          Oral Interpretation-Point of View dictates vocal texture
Assignments Due:   Children Story Paraphrasing by Page
Assignments:       Author Research: History/Background, Titles and Themes 9/7

                   Friday
Class Activity:    Write Introduction for Children’s Story
                   Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 20
                          Introduction Requirements
                          Oral Interpretation-Need for Vocal Variety
                   Demonstrate: Readings with stock character voices
                   Notebook Check
Assignments:       Children’s Story Introduction        Due: 9/6
                   Character Analysis Mentioned               Due: 9/6


9/5-9/05           Week Objectives:

                   Monday
Class Activity:    Holiday

                   Tuesday
Class Activity:    Journal: “Why Do We Have Labor Day?”
                   Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 20
                          Literary Analysis/Oral Interpretation
Assignments Due:   Children’s Story Introduction
                   Character Analysis
                   Wednesday
Class Activity:    Journal: “Positive Attitudes”
                   Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 20
                          Oral Interpretation-Point of View dictates vocal texture
Assignments:       Chapter 3 Notes and Questions               Due: 9/8
Assignments Due:   Children Story Paraphrasing by Page
                   Author Research: History/Background, Titles and Themes


                   Thursday
Class Activity:    Journal: “What does it take to keep the attention of a 5 year old?”
                   Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 20
                          Introduction Requirements
                          Oral Interpretation-Need for Vocal Variety
                   Demonstrate: Readings with stock character voices
Assignments:       Progress Reports to be Returned
Assignments Due:   Chapter 3 Notes/ Questions


                   Friday
Class Activity:    Journal: “What does Gas Got to do with it?”
                   Children’s Story Presentations begin
                          Demonstrate: Readings with character voices
Assignments:       Evaluate best readings


9/12-16/05         Week Objectives:

                   Monday
Class Activity:    Children’s Story Presentations
                          Demonstrate: Readings with character voices
Assignments:       Evaluate best readings       Due: 9/13

                   Tuesday
Class Activity:    Journal: “ Why do we have Rules?”
                   Children’s Story Presentations
                          Demonstrate: Readings with character voices
Assignments Due:   Evaluate best readings

                   Wednesday
Class Activity:    Test: Chapter 2 and 20 Test
Assignments:       Chapter 4 Notes and Questions                Due: 9/15
                   Thursday
Class Activity:    Journal:
                   Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 3


                   Friday
Class Activity:    Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 3
Assignments Due:   Extra Credit Posters



9/19-23/05         Week Objectives:

                   Monday
Class Activity:    Lecture Notes: Chapter 3

                   Tuesday
Class Activity:    Lecture Notes: Chapter 3
Assignments Due:   Chapter 5 Notes / Questions

                   Wednesday
Class Activity:    Lecture Notes: Chapter 3
                   Deep Breathing Exercises

                   Thursday
Class Activity:    Journal:
                   Lecture◊ Notes on Chapter 3
                   Chapter 4 Vocabulary

                   Friday
Class Activity:    Tongue Twister Presentation
Assignments Due:   Chapter 4 Vocabulary



9/26-30/05         Week Objectives:

                   Monday
Class Activity:    Lecture Notes: Chapter 4
Assignments:       Notebook

                   Tuesday
Class Activity:    Lecture Notes: Chapter 4
                          Listening Skills
Assignments Due:   Notebook
                   Wednesday
Class Activity:    Lecture Notes: Chapter 4


                   Thursday
Class Activity:    Write 5 Topic Themes for an Oral Interp
                   Write Chapter 6: Notes / Vocabulary Due: 10/4


                   Friday
Class Activity:    Go to the Library to find Oral Interp Pieces
Assignments:       2 min. Oral Interp Pieces


10/3-6/05 Weekly Objectives:

                   Monday
Class Activity:    Journal: “What the world needs now . . .”
                   Read Journals Aloud

                   Tuesday
Class Activity:    Journal: “Time”
                   Read aloud a journals/ Test Over Ch. 1, 2, 3, 4, 20
                   Literary Analysis/Oral Interpretation
Assignments Due:   Notes/Questions on Chapter 6

                   Wednesday
Class Activity:    Journal: “What do you relate most to in your chosen piece of
                   literature for your Group Oral Interp.”
Assignment:        Type Oral Interp Piece        Due: 10/14

								
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