2 edition of Moving image and sound resources for A-level English and drama found in the catalog.
Moving image and sound resources for A-level English and drama
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|Contributions||British Universities Film & Video Council.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 85, 11, 9 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
Students pick a research topic of their choice; however, students are only allowed to register for the module with the permission of a staff member who has agreed to supervise the project, and who has the expertise to do so. Despite her grief, Mrs. The module explores these ideas in relation to a diverse range of trans-historical performance examples. Drawing on the work of contemporary international theatre-makers, this module will explore specific approaches to stage adaptation, study adaptation methodologies and develop an understanding of the implications of adaptation.
Learning will be organised around detailed examinations of particular periods of musical theatre dance including its interface with popular dance forms in the s and the emergence of variety and Vaudeville theatre; the integration of Latin, Indian and African influences through the s, s and s; the standardization of jazz in the s; and the influences of ballet, cabaret, and burlesque theatre across the century's period styles. The daughter does not seem to have any say in it. Sound, Music and Cinema will provide an overview of this field of research, and aim to provide students with a clearer understanding of and greater sensitivity to the soundtrack. This will culminate in an 'accessibility review', whereby the students analyse the adjustments made by arts institutions for people with impairments and the extent to which they are effective. Topics include, but are not restricted to, gender politics, representations of sexuality, political commentary, allegory.
Insufferable smug smirk The gender politics has inevitably dated but that is no reason to condemn any text as all are of their time. Some of the short stories highlighted below are available in video format on FluentU. Students will explore the practice and ethics of the casting, as well as examining current UK and US industry trends and debates. You can read a whole story in one sitting. For example, take the romance genre.
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For example, in a mime or drama, the performer is able to suggest, and we are able to understand, that he or she has come to a wall or is eating or drinking, even though there is no wall or food, knife and fork, or glass.
The rest of the group are sailors who must quickly follow the captain's orders or be dismissed from the game.
Students analyse how time, space and bodies manifest within a diversity of contemporary media art and performance art, and focus is placed on the nature of audience engagement.
Students will thus be exploring aspects of filmic and televisual representation that are ordinarily overlooked in the mainstream of film studies, enhancing our understanding of those media.
Many working English learners will relate to it as it explains the absurdities of modern office life and how so little of it makes sense. Intelligent people are distracted by disturbing noises. So, too, do television news programmes, documentaries, soap operas, and quiz programmes.
Each of the practical project briefs will be supported through a series of lectures closely examining various genres, styles Moving image and sound resources for A-level English and drama book other contexts of photographic production through the work of those who have shaped them.
When his friend visits him, something similar happens. This includes dialogue — the words spoken and the way that they are spoken — and sound effects. These short stories give you the opportunity to understand big ideas in context.
You have the opportunity to select elective modules in this stage. Therefore this course will appeal to students with eclectic interests, particularly those who enjoy literature, film and television.
It is divided into short paragraphs and has illustrations for each scene. This module does not aim to provide vocational training for students wishing to pursue careers in the feature film or television industries.
The arrival of a vicious rabbit instead breaks the expected conventions of the historical film genre and creates the humour. It is also about the conflicts that can occur between families when different cultures and languages collide.
It works best with groups that have room to move around. Learning will be organised around detailed examinations of particular periods of musical theatre dance including its interface with popular dance forms in the s and the emergence of variety and Vaudeville theatre; the integration of Latin, Indian and African influences through the s, s and s; the standardization of jazz in the s; and the influences of ballet, cabaret, and burlesque theatre across the century's period styles.
FluentU is an innovative language-learning platform that turns real-world videos into language-learning experiences. Practical outcomes might take the form of performances, workshops or public interventions. Within the remit of the course, there will be opportunities for students to develop their own interests within the subject area, and to address new questions and problems in the field.
Students will be encouraged to adopt a critical overview of the work and to evaluate for themselves, both via class discussion and through reflective analysis on paper, the strengths and weaknesses of the techniques to which they are introduced. This is best for beginners who want to start reading immediately.
But as soon as she realizes that she will have to go back to her old life, her body is unable to take it. Des in Sound for Moving image and sound resources for A-level English and drama book Moving Image offers the opportunity for postgraduate students to engage with the craft and creative practice of sound production applied to film, animation, television, new media, electronic games and visual art, as well as equipping students with the tools required to develop a research project within this field.
Man overboard: Sailors team up and pose as though they're searching for the lost man.A project guide for teachers Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship Use this guide to find out how to set the scene, structure your debate and submit your final clause.
The line on which an actor should enter the scene or move to a different position to get ready to speak his line. In technical terms, a line at which an effect must happen, for example a change in light, sound effect or element of staging.
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Prepare to kick your writing into gear by .Improv games are a great way to loosen up during drama practice or to break the ice at a party. Improvisational acting teaches you to think quickly and to read other people as you perform.
You'll also sharpen your wit as you learn how to react to your audience.AS ebook A-level. DRAMA. Preparing to teach. Teaching and Learning Resources. and Summer We all want students who take the AS and/or A-level qualification in Drama and Theatre to have sound and props • design fundamentals such as scale, shape, colour, texture.