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ORAL INTERPRETATION-PPT 2. ENGLISH11 HOUSE ON MANGO STREET. Skills Practiced. Use of comma after introductory prepositional phrase Capitalization of names of heavenly bodies Correct pronoun case in compound construction. Practice Sentences.

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Oral interpretation ppt 2

ORAL INTERPRETATION-PPT 2

ENGLISH11

HOUSE ON MANGO STREET


Skills practiced
Skills Practiced

  • Use of comma after introductory prepositional phrase

  • Capitalization of names of heavenly bodies

  • Correct pronoun case in compound construction


Practice sentences
Practice Sentences

  • According to astronomer William Herschel one way to determine the shape of the galaxy was to cont the stars in different directions.

  • Although Herschel was wrong about the shape of the milky way, him and Isaac Newton had discovered the basic laws of physics.


Answers
Answers

  • According to astronomer William Herschel, one way to determine the shape of the galaxy was to cont the stars in different directions.

  • Although Herschel was wrong about the shape of the Milky Way, he and Isaac Newton had discovered the basic laws of physics.


What is oral interpretation
What is oral interpretation?

An oral interpretation can apply to any type of writing, from poetry to prose, from fiction to non-fiction, from humorous to dramatic. The performers will interpret the lines of text to deduce what key emotion they want to convey, and they will give their vocal delivery based on that emotion.

The idea oforal interpretation was born from the desire to give texts more character and emotion beyond a dry, flat, or monotone delivery.





Preparing
Preparing

  • Vocal, facial, and bodily expressions may be used as long as they do not call attention to the interpreter as a performer, detract from the meaning of the material, or constitute acting or impersonation.


Preparation
Preparation

  • Evaluation shall be based on the student's ability to reveal his/her insight into the mood and implications of the selection, his/her projection of the dramatic qualities and his/her success in creating a uniformed scene or story.












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