ENG-5101-1 – English and Plays

15,00 $

  • Learning Guide, 150 p. (8-6007-01)
  • Scored Activities, 28 p. (2) (7-6007-07)
  • DIGITAL – Learning Guide, 150 p. (N-6007-01)

English and Plays is a 25-hour course, the first of three in Secondary V English Language Arts. To achieve the two targeted competencies, learners are guided in learning about theatre and in developing and performing a scene. The learners will read, listen to, and watch a variety of short plays and scenes. They will learn about characters, stakes and conflicts and see how this can relate to their personal experience. By the end of the course, the adult learners will apply the communication conventions (proper enunciation, pitch, rhythm) in performing a scene. Accompanying video and audio resources are available online.

Duration: 25 hours (1 unit)

Each learning situation in this guide includes activities that relate to real-life contexts. The activities will help learners develop the competencies for this course.

  • Learning situation 1: Deciding what makes a good play and examining the literary aspects of plays.
  • Learning situation 2: Analyzing and discussing how the setting of a play can affect its social message and its relevance.
  • Learning situation 3: Using creativity to generate ideas and a to write a short scene or monologue.
  • Learning situation 4: Performing a short scene of monologue and making decisions about lighting, costumes, sound effects, and voice.

In conformity with the applicable definition of domain for the field.

Analyzing theatrical elements, theme, message. Performing a scene.

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