Dramatic Character Analysis and Development, Set Two

Dramatic Character Analysis and Development, Set Two
Dramatic Character Analysis and Development, Set Two
Dramatic Character Analysis and Development, Set Two
Dramatic Character Analysis and Development, Set Two
Dramatic Character Analysis and Development, Set Two
Dramatic Character Analysis and Development, Set Two
Dramatic Character Analysis and Development, Set Two
Dramatic Character Analysis and Development, Set Two
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  1. Great for stage, film, and the drama, theatre, and language arts classroom, this bundle includes twelve great activities to help analyze and develop characters. These are appropriate for a wider age and ability range than listed.These activities are fun and useful for:Actors and actresses as they w
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Teachers and Directors: Great for stage, film, and the drama, theatre, and language arts classroom! Help your actors and actresses explore their characters so they can portray their roles more authentically onstage. Using six diverse activities, actors and actresses will look at who their characters are and think deliberately about how to portray these roles for an audience.

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These activities work well in drama and English classes as well as for any staged production. With small changes, these also can be a fun set of activities for literary character analysis and development in literature and writing.

These are appropriate for a wider age and ability range than listed.

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  • Journaling for Insight: Actors and actresses using journal writing as a way to explore the thoughts and motivations of their characters.
  • Rate Your Character: Actors and actresses rate their characters in basic categories to help establish primary characteristics of their characters.
  • Character "I" Statements: Actors and actresses use "I" statements to get into and further develop their characters' persona.
  • Building Backstory: Actors and actresses answer questions about their characters lives and histories in order to develop character backstory.
  • Offstage Conversations for Onstage Development: Actors and actresses create offstage conversations in small groups in order to analyze and explore their characters.
  • Representing Your Character: Actors and actresses create visual representations of their character to help establish who their characters are and what is important to them.

See preview and thumbnails for samples.

All items are in PDF format.

Once you have downloaded, looked over, and/or used this, please leave feedback! Thanks!

Rebecca Gettelman

Looking for another set of similar activities? Check out Set One!

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