Created by Ruthie Tutterow
The purpose of this unit is to acquaint students with the Alexander Technique. In doing so, and in practicing many of its principles, students will make discoveries about some of their habitual patterns of movement.
Students will be able to demonstrate and explain how to use Alexander Technique principles in an activity of their choice.
Speaking and Listening
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.CCRA.SL.1 - Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others' ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively.
Florida Sunshine State Standards
Historical & Global Connections
North Carolina Essential Standards
Proficient High School Standards - Communication
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Theatre Arts
MS 117.211 LI - Creative Expression: performance
MS 117.212 LII - Creative Expression: performance
MS 117.213 LIII - Creative Expression: performance
HS 117.315 LI - Creative Expression: performance
HS 117.316 LII - Creative Expression: performance
HS 117.317 LIII - Foundations: Inquiry and Understanding
HS 117.318 LIV - Creative Expression: performance
Speech Drama 10
Movement Drama 10
Movement Level I - Beginning
Senior Goal I Objectives
British Columbia (2018)
GRADE 9 - DRAMA - Connecting and expanding
GRADE 10 - DRAMA - Connect and expand
GRADE 11 - DRAMA - Connect and expand
GRADE 12 - DRAMA - Connect and expand
Grades 9 & 10 - Creating and Presenting - Presentation Techniques & Technologies
A.3.2 - use a variety of voice and movement techniques to support the creation of character or atmosphere during rehearsal (e.g., use voice and movement to suggest an airport, circus, or factory environment)
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