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    • This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. School subject: Polish Lesson plan created by:KatarzynaOlejnik Lesson subject: Why do we use Gardzienice gestures? The duration of the lesson: 45 minutes Grade: 10 (1st grade of the secondary school in Poland) Aim: showing the inspiration of antic culture in the theatrical activities of actors from Gardzienice Methodological solutions: -kinds of work: collective, individual and group work -methods of work: work with text, theatrical spectacle analysis and interpretation, drama Teaching materials: -book “Understand the text- understand the man”, s.1 -scenes of a play “Metamorphosis” by Lucius Apuleius(CD added to the book) -interpretative commands
    • This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Lesson progress: 1. Teacher asks students to read a part of “Gardzienice gestures” (book p.149-151) and to define the range of creative exploration of Theatre practice centre “Gardzienice”. Than names the subject and the aim of the lesson. 2. Students watch part of “Metamorphosis” (Pamphilia’s transformation into a tawny, All o Phoibe- even and uneven rhyme) and the part that shows the technique of acting work with body (exercise- the lines of a body life, the lines of voice life. Sculpting). After each presentation, they make exercises individually, and later check them in the talk with the whole class. During the analysis of all o Phoibe, teacher asks students to remember the two gods: Apollo (the son of Zeus and Latona, twin brother of Artemida, god of art, beauty, and light) and Dionysos (son of Zeus and Semele, god of resurgent nature, wine and abundance). Teacher characterizes them as the patrons of two elements present in the antic art: Apollo’s element (?) (culture, plastic arts, harmony, intellect, objectivism) and Dionysose’s element (nature, music, anxiety, emotions, subjectivism). Remembering gods’ image, students explain their connection with the elements named by their names (distinction introduced by Fryderyk Nietzsche in the birth of tragedy, 1872) 3. The lesson is ended by a drama- in pairs students try to create the living sculpture imitating the Greek statues (book, p.98-99) Homework: Write down the exercises to the text “Gardzienice gestures” (book, p.152) Lesson notes: Due to the specificity of the material, parts of the shows should be re-watched at least twice The lesson plan was translated by KatarzynaSkiba a student of the 3rd grade of middle school.