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Resource
items, location, people, things, material, textbook, instructior
* anything around the environment can be used or become a resource
Small Group Conflicts
-pressure; time limit
-roles: diff people, ideas
-confidence; dependibility
Literature
Analyze and approach used
-Universiality; accessible to everyone
-Individuality; diffrent
-Suggestion; imagination
Orchestration
dividing script up
Control
using resource incrs or dcrs
- voice, body
Mikahl Bakhtin
dialouge; within test
- triangle of emphathy
- author, audience, reader
- comm. through dialouge
Spectacle
Visual cue or prop
- the really eye opening prop
ex. Miss Saigon
Organization of Programs
Single text; easier, transition, lack of variety, loose creativity
Collection; many, creativity, adapt
Analyze Material
Argumentative
- Central Idea Theme
- Analyze Characters
- Sensory Images
- Time, linear, bounce around
- Plot Structure
- Conclusion; end, pleasing
Kinesics
Study of body movement; movement communicates somthing
Oculesics
Study of eye behavior
- expressive; show emotion
Clothing/Artifacts
what does it say?
- communicate to the audience
Proxemics
utilize and study of space
- how space comm. distance/area
- conscience and unconscience choice
Chronemics
study how time communicates
- how fast/slow person speaks and it's importance
ex. pauses
Verbal
Rate; fast, slow
Volume; loud, soft
Pitch; high, low
Timber, nasaly, throathy
Focus
who are you reading to
- audience, or imaginary person/thing
-audience; monologue/dialogue
-offstage; characs. eye meet and audience place in middle
ex. cross sighting, harder to keep consistent, keep moving