Building Report Card
Dramatic Content and Theatrical Forms
History, Government, Economics, and Geography, Approved 2005
Mathematics, Approved 2003
Reading, Approved 2003
Science, Approved 2007
Writing, Approved 2004
Additional Content Areas
Theatre/Drama, Approved 2004
Scripts: The student knows the structural parts of a script.
The student defines the eight basic elements of theatre.
The student labels the parts of a script that pertain to the eight basic elements of theatre.
The student incorporates the eight basic elements of theatre into an original script.
Scripts: The student knows how to write, record, and revise improvised dialogue to develop a script.
The student improvises a scene that effectively applies the basic elements of theatre.
The student develops script dialogue based on conflict/resolution from a real life experience.
The student records dialogue in correct script format.
The student edits and revises an original script.
The student uses appropriate stage language when writing a script for presentation.
The student includes stage directions such as exit, enter, etc. when writing an original script.
Scripts: The student writes dialogue to create a script.
The student produces script that is a collaborative effort.
The student demonstrates collaboration through group improvisations.
The student independently writes a brief monologue.
The student independently writes a brief script for a scene.
The student uses appropriate script format when writing character dialogue.
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