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Introduction to Theatre Arts (Teacher's Guide) A 36-Week Action Handbook

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ISBN-10: 1566080916

ISBN-13: 9781566080910

Edition: 2004 (Teachers Edition, Instructors Manual, etc.)

Authors: Suzi Zimmerman

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List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Meriwether Publishing, Limited
Publication date: 10/31/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 371
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.354
Language: English

Drama teacher SuziZimmerman has helped her students win national awards in pageants and talent competitions. She is currently a professional actor in US television commercials and films. She resides in Murphy, Texas.

Teacher Tools
How to Use This Book
Theatre Arts Lesson Plan (blank)
Weekly Calendar (blank)
Substitute Survival Guide
Extra Credit Policy and Request
The Ideal Drama Classroom
Bell Work and Theatre Journals
Rehearsal Expectations Poster
Performance Expectations Poster
The Drama Club
The Drama Program
Having a Drama Banquet--Getting Started
Having a Drama Banquet--The Details
Banquet Events and Committees
Banquet Awards Ballot
Publicizing the Drama Program
Evaluation Tools
Role Scoring
Teacher Evaluation
Teacher Evaluation Tally
Teaching Strategy Improvement Plan
Activity/Rehearsal Grade
The Point System Form
Points Graph
Points Tally
Performance Evaluation
Performance Evaluation 2
Peer Performance Evaluation
Self-Improvement Plan
Audience Grade
Movie and Play Evaluation
Script Report
Game/Activity Evaluation
Production Tools
Production Toolbox
Audition Application
Audition Scorecard
Production Contract
Rehearsal Attendance
Production Needs List
Local Media
News Release Form
Publicity Checklist
Designing Your Poster
Program Worksheet
Costume Measurements
Tests and Major Projects
Evaluation Test A (Difficult)
Evaluation Test B (Modified)
Recommended Essay Questions, Scoring, and Key
Theatre History Test A (Difficult)
Theatre History Test B (Modified)
Recommended Essay Questions, Scoring, and Key
Major Projects and Additional Credit
Major Project and Additional Credit Assignments
Major Project Questionnaire
Major Project Evaluation Tool
Student Handbook
Getting Started
Notes to the Teacher
The Theatre Family
Student Information
Getting to Know You Bingo
Rehearsal and Performance Expectations Poster
Rehearsal, Performance, and Classroom Expectations
Bell Work
Drama Syllabus
Notes to the Teacher
Evaluation Bell Work
Understanding Evaluation
Performance Evaluation 1
Performance Evaluation 2
Peer Performance Evaluation
Self-Improvement Plan
Movie and Play Evaluation
Script Report
Evaluation Test Review
Scene Work
Notes to the Teacher
Scene Work Bell Work
Understanding Scene Work
Learning to Memorize
Whole-Part Memorization Practice
Part-Whole Memorization Practice
Creating an Introduction
Introduction Practice
Rehearsals and Performances
Scene Work Cut-N-Paste
Jasper and Candy
Alix and Sam
Tam and Mira
Notes to the Teacher
Acting Bell Work
The Actor's Voice
Understanding the Actor's Voice
Articulation Activities
Breathing Activity
The Actor's Body
Warming Up
Basic Play Terminology
Mock Audition
Rehearsal Terminology
Basic Acting Terminology
Acting Terminology Crossword Puzzle
The Art of Timing
Crazy Clock
Script Scoring
The Stage
Acting Review
Notes to the Teacher
Characterization Bell Work
A Well-Defined Character
You as a Cartoon Character
Characterization Study Activity
Role Scoring
Characterization Study Projects
Publicity and Other Production Business
Notes to the Teacher
Publicity Bell Work
Local Media
Creative Publicity
News Release Form
Publicity Checklist
Designing Your Poster
Designing Your Program
Program Worksheet
Designing Flyers, Tickets, and More
Publicity Projects
Play Production
Notes to the Teacher
Production Bell Work
What Makes a Production?
The Production Staff
Creating Mood
Creating Mood Practice
Stage Makeup Basics
Finding, Making, and Buying Props
The Set
Lights and Sound
Producing Plays in Non-Traditional Settings
Theatre History
Notes to the Teacher
Time Line
Theatre History Bell Work
The First Performances
Ancient Greek Theatre
Roman Theatre
Early Theatre Review
Medieval Theatre
Renaissance Theatre
Elizabethan Theatre
Renaissance and Elizabethan Theatre Review
The English Restoration and Later Theatre
American Theatre
Eastern Theatre
Restoration and Later, American, and Eastern Theatre Review
Theatre History Test Review Crossword Puzzle
Theatre History Projects
Games and Improvisation
Notes to the Teacher
Games and Improvision Bell Work
Understanding Improvisation
Games and Activities
Improvisation Projects
Planning for the Future
Notes to the Teacher
Planning for the Future Bell Work
Planning for the Future
Theatre Jobs
Acting Opportunities
Non-Theatre Jobs
Working as an Actor
Resumes and Headshots
Resume Form
Sample Resume
Sample Headshot
Career Projects
Your Future in Theatre Crossword Puzzle
Phone Book and Calendar
Frequently Used Numbers
Phone Book
About the Author