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Reading aloud with Expression: Pitch & Tone

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Rachel Leber

on 22 February 2012

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Transcript of Reading aloud with Expression: Pitch & Tone

Voice Inflection Listen to our voices Pitch Tone Reading Aloud with Expression: Pitch & Tone Performances will be next week!
Describe what you notice about the way we read aloud
Similarities & Differences Attention Signal "If you can hear my voice" Reminder! During practice today, make sure you are concentrating on your lines and how you are going to use expression while reading aloud! The change in tone and/or pitch when speaking When someone changes their tone or pitch as they read aloud, what are they doing? The rise and fall of someone's voice or the change in volume
Did you notice this taking place when Mrs. Downing read aloud? Does anyone know what change in pitch means when someone is speaking? Her voice rose when she came across a question mark as well as an exclamation point
The audience was able to figure out that Mrs. Downing was either asking a question or excited because of her change in pitch.
When I read aloud, could you tell when I was asking a question or excited? Let's take a look What could a change in tone sound like?
Why might you change your tone when speaking? Change in tone expresses how a speaker feels.
If your character is sad, happy, sarcastic, sympathetic, or angry in your script, you want to change your tone of voice when reading aloud. Please get into your reader's theater groups Star = for Exclamation Point
Circle = for Question Mark What did we talk about yesterday?
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