January 13 th, 2014 – January 17 th, 2014 English 10/Drama.

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Complete ONE of the following prompts in your journal/ on your warm-up paper: I found creating this poster difficult because I found creating this poster enjoyable because Compared to some of my classmates, my experiences with reading/writing have been English 10: Monday Wrap-up

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January 13 th, 2014 January 17 th, 2014 English 10/Drama Warm-up today is in the Language textbook, page 24, Monday. English 10 Complete ONE of the following prompts in your journal/ on your warm-up paper: I found creating this poster difficult because I found creating this poster enjoyable because Compared to some of my classmates, my experiences with reading/writing have been English 10: Monday Wrap-up 1.Relaxation combination of inner composure, mental awareness and physical flexibility; the act of letting go all over. 2.Fingertips the body parts where all arm movements must end 3.Surprise emotion conveyed when eyes widen, brows lift and mouth forms the shape of an O. 4.Happiness emotion conveyed when the eyes squint, brows lift and the mouth curves upward. 5.Click the setting up of an action with definite hand movements; for example, the snap of a mimes hand around a glass. Drama: Chapter 2 Vocabulary 6. Rotation turning or pivoting a part of the body to the front, side, or rear. 7. Inclination bending the body to the front, side or rear. 8. Nonverbal communication general term for expressing ideas and emotions without using words; the essence of pantomime and mime. 9. Charlie Chapman silent film star who was a master of pantomime. 10. Kinesthesis neuromuscular awareness that you feel when your body is in a particular position. Drama: Chapter 2 Vocabulary 11. Illusory walk basic mime convention; the mime uses exaggerated movement to appear to be walking. 12. Marcel Marceau French man who is one of the best-known mimes in history. 13. Pantomime the art of imitating real-life actions without using words. 14. Sadness emotion conveyed when eyes narrow, outer brows and mouth turn downward and facial muscles sag. Drama: Chapter 2 Vocabulary 15. Chest body part where most movements begin. 16. Combination mime device that uses inclinations, rotations, and isolations all in one exercise. 17. Gesture hand and arm movements and facial expressions that help express an idea or emotion. 18. Mime art form that does not precisely imitate real-life physical action but gives the illusion of that action. 19. Resistance term for the firmness or solidity of an object in opposition to outside force. Drama: Chapter 2 Vocabulary 20. Preparatory action movement opposite to the action that the mime wants the audience to follow. 21. Isolation separation of parts of the body for individual development and expression. 22. Anger emotion conveyed when eyes narrow, brows furrow, and jaw sets firmly. 23. Eyes one of the body parts most mimes emphasize with make-up. 24. Mummen Schanz Swiss-trained mime troupe that initiated the use of special props and nontraditional objects in mime. 25. Cross to move from one place to another on stage. Drama: Chapter 2 Vocabulary aesthetics: "Philosophical investigation into the nature of beauty and the perception of beauty, especially in the arts; the theory of art or artistic taste. Analysis: A method by which a thing is separated into parts, and those parts are given rigorous, logical, detailed scrutiny, resulting in a consistent and relatively complete account of the elements of the thing and the principles of their organization. Annotation: The act or process of furnishing critical commentary or explanatory notes. Glossary of Literary Terms CLOSE READING: Reading a piece of literature carefully, bit by bit, in order to analyze the significance of every individual word, image, and artistic ornament. colloquialism is the use of informal words, phrases or even slangs in a piece of writing. Context Clues - a method by which the meanings of unknown words may be obtained by examining theparts of a sentenc e surrounding the word for definition/explanation cl ues,restatement/synonym clues, contrast/antonym clues, and inference/general contextclues Glossary of Literary Terms definition essay - defines a word, term, or concept in depth by providing a personal commentary on what the specific subject means. Denotation - refers to the use of the dictionary definition or literal meaning of a word. Documentary fiction - a "made up" story which uses a collage of documents, in addition to dialogue and narration, to help to tell the story. Some documentary fiction you will read as an adult uses actual news stories, letters, diaries, etc., but the story is the author's invention. Glossary of Literary Terms Evaluative - A composition that offers value judgments about a subject according to a set of criteria.composition Evocative - tending or having the power to evoke or serving to bring to mind. Something that is evocative brings to mind a memory, mood or image, as in it is reminiscent or redolent. Figurative language - a word or phrase that departs from everyday literal language for the sake of comparison, emphasis, clarity, or freshness. Glossary of Literary Terms Graphic organizers - (some of which are also called concept maps, entity relationship charts, and mind maps) are a pictorial way of constructing knowledge and organizing information. Gustatory - Of or relating to the sense of taste. Inference - a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning Interpretive literature - meant to expand life awareness and to communicate truths of human existence. It also is used to illuminate some aspect of life and to understand life situations. Glossary of Literary Terms Interpretive literature is meant to expand life awareness and to communicate truths of human existence. It also is used to illuminate some aspect of life and to understand life situations. Glossary of Literary Terms