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Aggression as
   Potential

Susan Hillyard B.Ed. (Hons)
FIGHT TECHNIQUES




            in its own right
UNITY: Logic
         Cause     Fight   Consequence
                 REA...
To pull a punch = To hold back
Contrast                                  Pace/rhythm
• stillness
                         ...
Intervention:                                  Sets:
   • peacemaker                                   • garden fence
   •...
Chanting
  The leader             • verbal machine
                         • circle jingles

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This is a summary of an essentially practical session for dealing with discipline differences in the middle years. Drama is used as a means to train students in conflict resolution techniques and explore their own emotions and reactions. Fight techniques are developed, confrontations improvised and characters in crowd scenes role played.

Aggression as Potential

  1. 1. Aggression as Potential Susan Hillyard B.Ed. (Hons)
  2. 2. FIGHT TECHNIQUES in its own right UNITY: Logic Cause Fight Consequence REAL DRAMA
  3. 3. To pull a punch = To hold back Contrast Pace/rhythm • stillness Fluency • stalking Each fight unit • circling • waiting Fight = a word, a feeling Sounds Techniques Reaction • huffs Communication • puffs • grunts • gasps Eye Contact • cries Corpsing • howls Slickness Overall believability E.g. They didn’t pull any punches She never pulls a punch
  4. 4. Intervention: Sets: • peacemaker • garden fence • support one side • in the market • trouble-maker • on transport, e.g. bus Trust exercises Confrontation Insults Talk ‘em down The angel & the devil Temper tantrums Humiliation exercises Dumb insolence
  5. 5. Chanting The leader • verbal machine • circle jingles Ceremony vs. Crowd Chaos The Director FILM SCENE Scenes • hooliganism Emotions • crucifixion • joy • funeral • anger • political demo • laughter • airline disaster • sarcasm • strike • grief • Pied Piper • fear • escapes • panic
  • MonicaZccoli

    Jul. 1, 2015

This is a summary of an essentially practical session for dealing with discipline differences in the middle years. Drama is used as a means to train students in conflict resolution techniques and explore their own emotions and reactions. Fight techniques are developed, confrontations improvised and characters in crowd scenes role played.

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