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Oral Interpretation versus Acting

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Leah Panther

on 21 November 2011

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Transcript of Oral Interpretation versus Acting

Compare Contrast
The Introduction
Acting
Acting and Oral Interpretation
Oral Interpretation
These are the same person!
What a difference acting can make
San Francisco
Budapest
Think about...
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Stockholm
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Watch these videos
What was similar?
What was different?
What two groups could
these videos go into?
become a character
use costumes and props
Move around the entire set
Can make minor
changes to the lines
Another Example
Stay yourself, use your voice to remind us of a character, but not become one
You are not the author, so it needs to be repeated word for word
Use arms and facial expressions to get your message across; not walking around, using props, and definitely no dorky costumes
No matter what, we need to make sure you're not plagiarizing, so introduce both acting and oral interpretation with a short one sentence introduction
Tell your name,
the title, and the
author/poet/character
Tell information we
need to know about
you, your piece, or the
form
Tell us what form you're performing
Example:

My name is Mrs. Panther and I will be playing the part of Dorthy from the movie The Wizard of Oz. Dorthy has just landed back home in Kansas after a twister took her to a magical land.
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