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Grade 9: Dramatic Arts: Foundations

Curriculum based information on the art of acting and the world of drama. Drama and acting is created through movement, observation and vocal expression.

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Useful Acting Exercises

Acting Exercises

Health and Safety in Drama

Different Acting techniques

Different  Acting Techniques and Styles

Theatre Acting technique using Observation

Theatre Terms for the Acting Technique of Observation

Conscious; aware of (in the mind)

Observation: the act of recognizing or noticing an object, a fact or event or body movement

Recall: to remember something from the past so you can re-create it

Spontaneous: Not planned but a sudden impulse

Unconscience: unaware of although existing in the back of your mind

Visualize: picture something in one’s mind

Gr. 9-12: Ask Us/Demande Moi

Gr. 9-12: How do I start my research?

Gr. 9-12: How do I cite my sources?

Writing a Play Review


Tongue Twisters