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Drama ppt

  1. 1. LGA3104 PLAYS AND DRAMA FOR YOUNG LEARNERS (THE STONE SOUP) EUDORA PRISCILLA SIAW JUN NING
  2. 2. TABLEAU DRAMA TECHNIQUE
  3. 3. What? • (S):Tableau, (P):Tableaux • Silent, motionless depiction of a scene • Explore the feelings of characters, a particular moment • Interpretation • Forms of tableaux a. Still images • invent body-shapes or postures b. Freeze-frame • the action in a play or scene is frozen
  4. 4. Benefits? • Easy, non-threatening exercise • For groups with little or no previous drama experience • Team-working skills • Creates pictures that can be interpreted by the class • a very good way to represent potentially difficult concepts • E.g. fights, and abstract ideas like freedom or sadness etc.
  5. 5. How? • Freeze at a certain moment of performing • Story-telling using three images to create a beginning, middle & ending • Gradually build a scene using bodies, expressions • Illustrate a word or phrase in a story using a still image • One group performs while the rest comment on what the still-image means
  6. 6. Group’s Decision Gradually build a scene using bodies & expressions + One group performs while the rest interpret the still image
  7. 7. HOW DO YOU FEEL? DRAMA ACTIVITY
  8. 8. How do you feel? 1. Teacher will give each group an excerpt from scene one. 2. Pupils in group will have to demonstrate and reflect on the characters from the excerpt to show what the characters’ thoughts and feelings. 3. Pupils will use freeze-frame to show and reflect on characters’ thoughts and feelings. 4. Other pupils will identify what the character’s are feeling. 5. Pupils then will reflect on the activities and look for evidence that will helped them to understand the different feelings of the characters through exploring characters in situations and stories.
  9. 9. Example “Narrator: Once upon a time, there were three soldiers travelling back to their country. One day, they were walking down a road. They were tired and very hungry” Pupils might want to show the expression of tired and hungry
  10. 10. References Váchová, M. (2012). The use of drama techniques in teaching adult EFL learners. Czech Republic: Masaryk University Brno. Farmer, D. (2013). Still images/freeze frames. Drama Resource. Retrieved February 2, 2013, from http://dramaresource.com/strategies/still- images-a-freeze-frames

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