Bundle Units In Costume / Stage Properties / Set and Sound Design/ Producer

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    20% OFF! Here is EVERYTHING you need: 5 TO 6 WEEK'S worth of engaging, unique and creative units about drama-costume, set, stage properties, sound design, set designer Ming Cho Lee biography and the producer.

    The teacher will need access to YouTube.com.

    HOW DO I USE THESE IN MY CLASSROOM:

    Students could study each unit or select one of the four and present their projects for the class.

    COSTUME DESIGN UNIT

    This five day unit on costume design is suitable for high school students and gifted middle graders. Students learn about the process of costume design, researching, metaphor and have an opportunity to be costume designers. They develop a keen eye for what makes a distinctive design and how to critique their peer's work as well.

    The product includes:

    • The History of Costume Design
    • The Rationale for Teaching Costume Design
    • Questions to Ask when Designing Costumes
    • How to Use Metaphor in Design
    • Costume Notes for Students
    • Procedure for each day, including Teacher Questions
    • Materials List
    • Musical and Play List Titles of Most Popular Productions in High Schools
    • Sources & Video links list including clip suggestions
    • Two Warm-up Exercises—engaging and creative, perfect for the unit
    • Two Assignments--one a short essay and another to design
    • Peer evaluation activity

    building including photo examples
    • Cheat sheet for various set pieces
    • Assignment sheet for each step of the design process
    • Exit slip prompts for 4 days
    • Grade sheet EDITABLE
    • Source Page

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    STAGE PROPERTIES UNIT

    This 8 day unit on stage properties design is suitable for high school students and gifted middle graders. Students learn about the process of stage properties design, researching, metaphor and have an opportunity to be properties designers. They develop a keen eye for what makes a distinctive design and how to critique their peer's work as well.

    The product includes:

    • Warm Up Exercise
    • The History of Stage Properties Design
    • The Rationale for Teaching Stage Properties Design
    • How to Use Metaphor in Design
    • Questions to Consider when Designing Stage Properties
    • Costume Notes for Students
    • Procedure for Each Day
    • Teacher's Script to Introduce the Unit
    • Materials List
    • Musical and Play List Titles of Most Popular Productions in High Schools
    • Sources & Video links list including clip suggestions
    • Two Assignments--one a short essay and another to design
    • Assignment Rubric--FULLY EDITABLE
    • Peer evaluation activity

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    SOUND DESIGN UNIT

    This 8 day unit on sound design is suitable for high school students and perhaps gifted middle graders. Students learn about the process of sound design, researching, metaphor and have an opportunity to create a sound design plot and be sound designers. They develop a keen eye for what makes a distinctive design and how to critique their peer's work as well.

    The product includes:

    • Warm Up Exercise
    • The History of Sound Design
    • The Rationale for Teaching Sound Design
    • How to Use Metaphor in Design
    • Questions to Consider when Designing Sound
    • Procedure for each day
    • Teacher Script to Introduce the Unit
    • Materials List
    • Musical and Play List Titles of Most Popular Productions in High Schools
    • Sources & Video links list including clip suggestions
    • Two Assignments--one a short essay and another to design
    • Assignment Rubric--FULLY EDITABLE
    • Peer evaluation activity

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    SET DESIGN UNIT

    This 8 day unit on set design is suitable for high school students and perhaps gifted middle graders. Students learn about the history of set design, the process of set design, metaphor and have an opportunity to create a set design and model. They develop a keen eye for what makes a distinctive design and learn how to critique their peer's work as well.

    The product includes:

    • Warm Up Exercise
    • The History of Set Design
    • The Rationale for Teaching Set Design
    • How to Use Metaphor in Design
    • Questions to Consider when Designing a Set
    • Procedure for Each day
    • Teacher Script to Introduce the Unit --what I say and how I say it!
    • Materials List
    • Musical and Play List Titles of Most Popular Productions in High Schools
    • Sources & Video links list including clip suggestions
    • Two Assignments--one a short essay and another to design in a particular style (modernism, expressionism, surrealism)
    • Assignment Rubric--FULLY EDITABLE
    • Peer evaluation activity

    MING CHO LEE FAMOUS THEATER ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

    This Product includes:

    • A Complete Bio about Ming Cho Lee
    • Suggested Mini Set Design Lesson Based on Lee's Design Style
    • Important Dates in His Life
    • Trivia
    • Awards He Has Won
    • Quotes from Reviewers, Professors & Students Who Have Worked with Lee
    • Questions and Answer Sheet
    • Set Design Paper
    • Source List
    • Film Clip Links
    • Black and White Version of Newspaper for Copying Ease
    • Pinterest Board Link for additional photos

    THE PRODUCER

    This 7 day unit about the theater producer is suitable for high school students and perhaps gifted middle graders. Students read a play or musical, choose a theater scenario, study the responsibilities of a theater producer, examine style, metaphor, create and set up a budget/income for their production and finish with sharing their ideas on a concept board. Through this unit, students develop a keen eye for what it takes to be a producer and critique their peer's work as well.

    In addition, a teacher could assign this unit to students who are distance learning. #DistanceLearningTPT

    The product includes:

    • Warm-Up Exercise
    • The Rationale Teaching the Unit
    • Teacher Script to Introduce the Unit --what I say and how I say it!
    • Quora article with quetions to anwer
    • Blog Post about Broadway Tricks of the Trade
    • How to Use Metaphor in Design
    • Questions to Consider when Producing a Production
    • Procedure for Each Day
    • Photocopying List
    • Musical and Play List Titles of Most Popular Productions in High Schools
    • Three Theater Scenarios for the Students to Choose From
    • List of Publishing Companies of Plays and Musicals
    • Sources & Live Video links list including clip suggestions
    • Two Assignments--one a short essay and another creating a concept board
    • Assignment Rubric
    • Peer evaluation activity

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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text, including how characters in a story or drama respond to challenges or how the speaker in a poem reflects upon a topic; summarize the text.
    Determine a theme or central idea of a text and how it is conveyed through particular details; provide a summary of the text distinct from personal opinions or judgments.
    Describe how a particular story’s or drama’s plot unfolds in a series of episodes as well as how the characters respond or change as the plot moves toward a resolution.
    Compare and contrast the experience of reading a story, drama, or poem to listening to or viewing an audio, video, or live version of the text, including contrasting what they “see” and “hear” when reading the text to what they perceive when they listen or watch.
    By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, in the grades 6–8 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.

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