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All the World's a Stage: Building Connections from the Prosc

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Emily Wilson

on 2 October 2015

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Transcript of All the World's a Stage: Building Connections from the Prosc

Thoughts?
Any Actors Out There?
What does "getting into character" mean to you?

How do you go about it?
Let's Get Into Character!
1. WHO am I?
2. WHERE am I?
3. WHAT do I want?
4. HOW will I get what I want?

What is my
OBJECTIVE
?
What
TACTICS
will I use to achieve it?
Tutoring Hats
Ally
Coach
Commentator
Collaborator
Writing "Expert"
Counselor

Theater and Tutoring?
Thoughts?

How can we use theater techniques to supplement tutoring strategies?

Any questions?
All the World's a Stage: Building Connections from the Proscenium to the Writing Center
Let's Play a Game!
Did this activity make you think about:
Voice?
Posture?
Objectives?
What works when?
What do you feel comfortable using?
How do you use these?
Voice
Enunciation
Volume
Rate


Works Cited
Babcock, Rebecca Day, and Terese Thonus.
Researching the Writing Center. New York: Peter Lang, 2012. Print.
Gardner, Lyn. “Character Building and What Makes
a Truly Great Actor.” The Guardian. N.p., 9 May 2009. Web. 11 June 2015. <http://www.theguardian.com/stage/2009/may/09/character-building-great-actor>.
Kinsey Goman, Carol. "Is Your Body Language Sabotaging Collaboration?" Forbes 22
Sept. 2014: n. pag. Forbes. Web. 1 Oct. 2015.
<http://www.forbes.com>.
Ryan, Leigh, and Lisa Zimmerelli. The Bedford
Guide for Writing Tutors. 4th ed. N.p.: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2006. Print.


Avoid crossing arms
Lean in
Face your tutee
Mirror
Nod or tilt your head

Why do you think body language might be important in a tutoring session?

Do you pay attention to your body language?
Don't Underestimate the Power of Body Language!
How Do I Foster Collaboration?
Any other ideas?

How fast do you talk during a session?
How loudly?
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