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Final ppt 25 nov 2010 edited

  1. 1. Learning about Opera!
  2. 2. Programme Notes
  3. 3. Objectives 1. Students will be able to understand how music changes the mood of the opera. 2. Distinguish between the different backstage crews and have a general idea of their respective job scope. 3. Students will be able to outline a short scene from a selected opera of their choice and perform it with an appropriate use of elements of opera like costume and props
  4. 4. Different elements of an Opera Production Crew Casts Musicians Storyline Staging – Lighting, Sound, Choreography Costume Make Up
  5. 5. Costume Designer Set Designer Prop Manager Lighting Technician
  6. 6. Technical Director
  7. 7. Technical Director
  8. 8. Stage Director
  9. 9. Lighting Technician
  10. 10. Concert Etiquette
  11. 11. Be seated before the overture starts. Intermission: Break in between acts.
  12. 12. Curtain Call
  13. 13. Game – Be a Conductor! What will students learn?  Orchestra Seating Arrangement  General Information about the 4 sections.  Experience what it is like to be a conductor by being able to vary the volumes of the different sections like a real-life conductor.  The sounds produced by a particular section.
  14. 14. Group Activity 5 groups of 8 1 opera, and any 1 song Re-enact the scene using your own creativity Consider the different roles such as cast, stage management, props, music, etc. Teacher video each group’s presentation Best group to perform at assembly
  15. 15. Why did we choose this website?  Good cross-over to other subjects such as Language and Drama.  First hand experience in participating and putting together an opera  Students’ learning is enhanced; instead of teacher- centered learning, self-directed learning is incorporated.  Engaging and interactive  Allows students to progress at their own learning pace.

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