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Drama: Creative Fantasy - Mime

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ARTS AND CULTURE

Grade 4

CRITICAL AND CREATIVE REFLECTION

Module 20

DRAMA: CREATIVE FANTASY

CREATIVE FANTASY

Activity 1

To reflect on own contribution to drama [LO 2.2]

  • We want you to think back on the “mime” Activity of last term. Remember? Good! Now follow you educator’s guidelines and enjoy the next activity.

Exercise 1: Class Discussion

Discuss the following aspects with your educator and your class:

  • your preparation for the previous activity;
  • your first impressions of executing the activity;
  • whether you liked doing the activity or not
  • your understanding of the concept “mime”;
  • whether it was worth doing.

Exercise 2: The Questionnaire

Complete the questionnaire

1. Did you like doing “mime”? Why? Why not?

2. Did you find it difficult not to talk during the exercise? Why? Why not?

3. Did you enjoy watching the other learners performing their mime scenes? Why? Why not?

4. Did you enjoy working on the scenes with the other learners or would you rather have done your mime alone? Why? Why not?

5. Do you think you can improve on the “winning mime” of last term. How?

Exercise 3: Group-reflection

  • Divide up in groups of 5-8 learners.
  • Elect a group captain.
  • Take time to reflect on:
  • the class discussion;
  • the questionnaire;
  • the “Creative Fantasy” activity.
  • Discuss the “winning mime” of the previous term’s activity and give ideas on how you would now, with the background experience and knowledge you now have, improve on the Activity
  • Each group captain will be given an opportunity to give a report on the group’s discussions.

Assessment

LEARNING OUTCOME 2: REFLECTINGThe learner will be able to reflect critically and creative on artistic and cultural processes, products and styles in past and present contexts.

Assessment Standard

We know this when the learner:

2.2 uses simple drama terms to respond to classroom drama, reflecting on own contribution to drama and listening to the comments and ideas of others.

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