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The Writer's Den (The How to Club for Writing Powerful Scripts)
Reader's Theater: Tales of Wonder
Join me as we explore unique and magical characters, such as, Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan with Reader's Theater.
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$14 per class
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Over 5 weeks
45 minutes per class
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This is a great course for students who are new to acting and like to read! Students will learn how to use expression and characterization to perform Reader's Theater versions of classic tales of wonder. Reader's Theater has the added benefit of increasing both reading fluency and comprehension. No memorization is required. Class Outline: Each class will begin with vocal warmups. Week 1 - Introduction to the process of Reader's Theater. Students are assigned roles and perform the Peter...
1. Students will learn about the process of Reader's Theater. 2. Students will learn how to create different character voices through pitch, rate, inflection, and expression. 3. Students will learn how to create an interesting and believable environment for a listening audience. 4. Students are encouraged not to worry about small mistakes and just keep going. The show must go on!
The teacher will provide Reader's Theater scripts as an attachment two days before each class.
Student progress is assessed through their participation in class discussions and Reader's Theater performances.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please be aware that there are stereotypes of Native Americans in the full-length book of Peter Pan. However, we are only reading a small portion of the book in a Reader's Theater format. NONE of the stereotype portions will be read in class.
Experienced Theatre, Voice Acting Teacher, and Acting Coach
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
705 total reviews
378 completed classes
I teach classes in Theatre and Voice Acting with an emphasis on fun and exploration! I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Secondary Education at the University of Utah. I have over 20 years of teaching experience in both traditional and...