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English 10/Drama. Week 4 Warm-ups, Wrap-ups, and Vocabulary. Warm-up 1/27/14. Complete the warm-up on page 26 of your language book. Announcements: Huckleberry Finn Quote Project is due January 31 st , 2014. Latin and Greek Roots Test, Tuesday, January 28 th. Warm-up 1/28/14.

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English 10 drama

English 10/Drama

Week 4

Warm-ups, Wrap-ups, and Vocabulary


Warm up 1 27 14

Warm-up 1/27/14

  • Complete the warm-up on page 26 of your language book.

  • Announcements:

    • Huckleberry Finn Quote Project is due January 31st, 2014.

    • Latin and Greek Roots Test, Tuesday, January 28th.


Warm up 1 28 14

Warm-up 1/28/14

  • Complete the warm-up for Tuesday on page 26 of your language book.

  • Announcements:

    • Huckleberry Finn Quote Project is due January 31st, 2014.

    • Latin and Greek Roots Test Today!

    • AR Test on Huckleberry Finn, Friday, January 31st!!!


Warm up 1 31 14

Warm-up 1/31/14

  • Complete the warm-up for Friday on page 26 of your language book.

  • Announcements:

    • Huckleberry Finn Quote Project is due Wednesday, February 5th, 2014.

    • AR Test on Huckleberry Finn, Friday, January 31st!!!

    • Next AR deadline is Friday, February 7th!!!


Drama chapter 4 vocabulary

Drama: Chapter 4 Vocabulary

  • Cue – words, actions, or technical effects that are signals to all onstage that something is about to happen or be said.

  • Down or downstage – front of the stage

  • Up or upstage – back of the stage

  • Cover – to ad-lib when smoothing over a mistake or to obstruct the audience’s view

  • Stage business – for example, picking up a book or opening a letter onstage.

  • Feeding – supplying lines or actions that can be used as fuel for laughs or to make a point.


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Drama: Chapter 4 Vocabulary

7. C – symbol that represents the center of the stage

8. ad-lib – any improvised stage business or conversation.

9. Scene-stealing – diverting attention from the character that the audience should be watching.

10. Tempo – speed at which a play moves along.

11. Konstantin Stanislavski – director who developed a theory of acting known as “The Method.”

12. “magic if” – term that refers to the question, “What would I do if the events in this play were happening to me?”

13. Set props – items placed onstage for use by the actors.


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Drama: Chapter 4 Vocabulary

14. Hand props – items carried onstage by an actor.

15. Typecasting – repeatedly casting someone in the same type of role.

16. Foil – role used for comparison with another character, usually the protagonist.

17. Ingenue – young female lead between the ages of 16 and 30.

18. Juvenile – young male lead between the ages 16 and 30.

19. Building a scene – using increased tempo, volume, and emphasis to bring a scene to its climax.


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