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Almada delacruz
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  • 1. is an inanimate object orrepresentational figure animated ormanipulated by a puppeteer. It isusually (but by no means always) adepiction of a human character, andis used in puppetry, a play or apresentation that is a very ancientform of theatre. The puppetundergoes a process oftransformation through being
  • 2. There are many differentvarieties of puppets, andthey are made of a widerange A small figure of materials,or of a personanimal, having a cloth anddepending on their form bodyintended use. They can beand hollow head, designed toextremely complex or verybe fitted over and manipulatedsimple in their construction.by the hand. A figure having jointed partsanimated from above bystrings or wires A toy representing a human
  • 3. ----- is a type of local operausing cloth puppets thatoriginated during the 17thcentury in Quanzhou orZhangzhou, in ChinasFujian province, and hasbeen historically practised inQuanzhou, Zhongzhou, theGuangdong region ofChaoshan, Taiwan, andother parts of southern
  • 4. The GLOVEPUPPET is perhaps one ofthe most recognizabletypes of puppetry, madefamous by that oldstandard, Punch and Judy.A glove puppet is, quitesimply, a specially madeglove which fits over one’shand. Glove puppets arealso best known as theirother name, ‘hand puppet.
  • 5. 1. Using some patterns includedhere, or animal books , draw shapesfor eyes, ears, paws or feet, and noseonto paper.2. Cut out the paper shapes, anduse them as patterns; trace thedesigns onto felt with tailors chalk.3. Cut out the felt shapes.
  • 6. are sometimes distributed as children toys or party favors.Children usually like to experiment in play with a puppet creatingvoices and movements and in many cases staging a strictly private performance. ---- is a type of puppet that is controlled by the leg or face thatoccupies the interior of the puppet. Glove puppets are a variation of hand puppets.
  • 7. Most of them being about 14inches tall. The mouths andhands on almost all of them aremovable making them veryfun, entertaining, and most of alllifelike. The user simply inserts theirhand up through the bottom life: To bring a hand puppet to ofthe hand puppet. The arms andhands on our hand puppets canalso be moved by inserting your
  • 8. * Make the audience responsive, as they get emotionally involved with them. * As an instructional device, the puppet show can involved the entire group of students – as speakers of parts, manipulators of the figures, and makers of the puppets. * It provides them opportunity for verbal expression. * Puppets help to develop dramatic expression. * It gives them confidence.
  • 9. * It provides opportunity for team work.* It provides them emotional release.* If children watch a puppet show it stimulatestheir thinking process and makes learning moreinteresting.* It enhances their power of imagination.* It provides opportunity for developing theirlistening skills.
  • 10. * Since they are small, puppets cansometimes cause problems in usage. * Audience seating has to bemanaged carefully so that everyone can have a clear view and sound carries to the last person in the audience.
  • 11. The PUPPETS can help teachersprovide more opportunities forproductive talk in lessons, usingpuppets as a stimulus. To help teachers enhance theirpractice, by increasing the opportunitiesfor children’s talk that promotes thinkingand reasoning
  • 12. Do not use puppets for plays that can bedone just as well or better by other dramatic means. Puppets plays must be based on action rather than on words.
  • 13. Do not omit the possibilities of music and dancing aspart of the puppet show. Keep the play short. Adapt the puppet show to the age, background, andtastes of the students.
  • 14. By:Ruth AlmadaAbigail “abby” DelaCruz

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