Class Agenda #20- Scary Rollout.

Front Door

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Front Door

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Timer- “I Put A Spell On You” –  Scream’n Jay Hawkins (1955, 3:09)

10/11/16

DO THIS-  What’s your favorite Scary/Spooky Movie, Story or TV Show? What do you like about it? What’s it about?

Announcement-

We’re going to do something a little different in here today. I’d like to be able to do different things.

Partner Share Out your Do Now

 

SLT-

  • I can contribute to and participate in a tableau representing a text or subject. 

Break Circle Verbs, Underline Nouns

Mini-Lesson

tab·leau

ˌtaˈblō

noun

  1. a group of models or motionless figures representing a scene from a story or from history; a tableau vivant.

 

Tableau’s have these components-

Narrator, Model Actors

 

Examples- As we watch, What are the parts of a tableau?

  • Tableau as a story
    • Model Actors move around. Narrator describes what’s happening and puts it into a story.

 

Connection

Today in class, we’re going to make a scary tableau with 2-3 scenes. You are going to make the tableau in your scary groups, about your scary monster.

Game- “Psycho Killer, Zombie, Vampire, Shark Monster, Werewolf, Ghost”

  • Rules-
    • No Touching each other.
    • You cannot talk. You can make sounds if it makes sense.
    • You have to act out the character you have, and find others like you.
    • When you find your fellow monsters, claim a section of the classroom together.
    • Timer- “Main Theme From Halloween” – Halloween Movie Soundtrack (2:58 – 1978)

       

      Take Seats

Group Work

  • Create a 2-3 Scene Tableau that Features Your Monster.
    • Can have a narrator and everyone else acts.
    • Tableau shouldn’t be more than a minute.
    • Characters to consider- your monster, victims, heroes 

HW Reminder– 

  • Homework starts tonight. 30 Minutes of Reading, 2-3 Sentence Reaction/Summary, 1 Page of Independent Writing 
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