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  1. Makeup 2012/13

  2. 8 october • LXD--I Seen a Man • All envelopes must be turned in today • Formally thank your partner • Notebooks due THIS Wednesday

  3. On pages 53 - 57, please select 3of the following to complete. 8 October • One thing I would change about my Shape Duet Performance is... • I collaborated with my partner during our Shape Duet Project when we... • One thing I learned about myself during the Shape Duet Project is __. • One thing I would like to thank my Shape Duet partner for is __ because __.

  4. “I Seen a Man” • What is the inciting incident? • List three rising actions. • What is the climax of this film? • Who knew tap dancing could be so hot?

  5. “I Seen a Man” • What is the inciting incident? • List three rising actions. • What is the climax of this film? • Who knew tap dancing could be so hot?

  6. Thanks a heap! • You worked hard and now you need to formally thank your partner • Follow the template and write a letter • Please write your letter on a fresh piece of paper • 10 minutes to write this letter • After 10 minutes, you will read your letter to your partner • Turn them in--make sure your name, period, date is on the top • DO NOT WRITE ON THE HANDOUT :)

  7. On another piece of paper, follow this template. Set it up like a real letter. Write your name, period & date at the top Dear Partner, a dance that... • DO NOT WRITE ON THE HANDOUT :)

  8. Thanks a heap! • Highlight one complimentary thing your partner wrote about you • Make sure your partner’s name, period, date is on the top • You will get these back tomorrow and put them in your notebook • DO NOT WRITE ON THE HANDOUT :)

  9. 9 october • The Lion King • Grades Officially DONE • Makeup Unit Overview • Notebooks due TOMORROW

  10. October 9 On page 53 - 57in your notebook, please select 3of the following to complete. • Disney’s The Lion King is a story about... • One reason an actor might wear makeup is because __. • For Halloween, I want to dress up as __. • Professional makeup designers need __ and __ to succeed in the business.

  11. The Lion King • Watch from two perspectives: • makeup designer • how to transform a cartoon musical to a stage musical • As you watch, be mindful of • comparisons you may have of the cartoon • songs you may remember • scale/scope of the actors being transformed into animals [that sing & dance]

  12. The Lion King:Overview • Each film clip episode must be labeled or no points • Many questions don’t require full sentences • Make a list of three things that you identified on stage that you remember from the cartoon

  13. What to say? • One thing I noticed was... • Like ____’s comment, I found that... • In addition to __’s idea, we thought... • Similar to __’s idea, I observed... Always give props to people who said your idea first Then build on it

  14. The Lion King:From Screen to Stage • Each film clip episode must be labeled or no points • Many questions don’t require full sentences • Make a list of three things that you identified on stage that you remember from the cartoon

  15. The Lion King:From Screen to Stage • Describe two challenges the designers faced in bringing The Lion King to the stage

  16. The Lion King:From Screen to Stage • Describe two challenges the designers faced in bringing The Lion King to the stage

  17. The Lion King:Meet our make up artist • Read the article aloud with a partner • Write a one-paragraph summary using our template

  18. October 5 On page 53 - 57in your notebook, please select 3of the following to complete. • Two reasons an actor wears makeup include __ and __. • An actor will wear makeup because __. • __ and __ are two types of stage makeup. • In creating a character, __ and __ are two sources to consider. • Of the seven sources to consider, __ is one that can come from the script.

  19. 10 october • Grade & Turn in your notebooks

  20. October 10 On page 53 - 57in your notebook, please select 3of the following to complete. • One challenge designers faced bringing The Lion King from screen to the stage includes __. • One makeup designer tip from yesterday’s article is __. • A makeup designer’s duties include __ and __. • Professional makeup designers need __ and __ to succeed in the business.

  21. Designer Duties • Use the template to write a paragraph summarizing the duties of a stage makeup designer ON ANOTHER PIECE OF PAPER • Slug your names on the top • slug = name, period, date

  22. Notebooks • Grade your partner’s notebooks • Add up the scores • Tell us the score • Turn ‘em in @ the lip of the stage... • Dramatic Structure page = 5 points

  23. 11 october • Read about the process of designing stage makeup • Watch “The Lion King: An Actor Prepares” • Write a paragraph describing the process [sequence] of designing makeup for the stage • Notebooks turned in today lose one letter grade

  24. October 11 On Binder Paper, please select 3of the following to complete. • One challenge designers faced bringing The Lion King from screen to the stage includes __. • Theatre professionals must collaborate in designing The Lion King when they [don’t just say work together...] __. • A makeup designer’s duties include __ and __. • Professional makeup designers need __ and __ to succeed in the business.

  25. What to say? • One thing/idea I noticed was... • Like ____’s comment, I found that... • In addition to __’s idea, we thought... • Similar to __’s idea, I observed... • While I like/appreciated __’s comment, I noted that... Always give props to people who said “your” idea first Then build on it

  26. The Lion King:An Actor Prepares • Describe three challenges that an actor faces each performance [remember: 8x/week...]

  27. The Lion King:An Actor Prepares • Describe three challenges that an actor faces each performance [remember: 8x/week...]

  28. What to say? • One thing/idea I noticed was... • Like ____’s comment, I found that... • In addition to __’s idea, we thought... • Similar to __’s idea, I observed... • While I like/appreciated __’s comment, I noted that... Always give props to people who said “your” idea first Then build on it

  29. Let’s Pretend you’re the makeup Designer...

  30. Advice from a professional makeup designerPage 62

  31. Let’s Read • Read this article • Focus on our learning goal • Find a partner to read this aloud • Use your private voice • In 8 minutes you will get your template

  32. Let’s Write • On another piece of paper, follow this template. • You will be writing one paragraph. • Select a stage manager--you are writing 1 paragraph only how a makeup designer... • DO NOT WRITE ON THE HANDOUT :)

  33. Let’s Write read the script to... • DO NOT WRITE ON THE HANDOUT :)

  34. Final Rules • Select a stage manager--you are writing one paragraph only • Be mindful that you don’t just repeat yourself... • Remember, you can’t define a word with the same word, i.e., don’t write that the article talks about advice from a make up artist, because that’s already the title… 12 minutes... Please DO NOT WRITE ON THE HANDOUT :)

  35. Time’s up • Stage manager: keep your paragraphs until Monday • Stage manager: bring your template to the lip of the stage

  36. With someonenext to you... • Describe the first step • Describe a challenge a makeup designer faces • Relate a piece of advice from the article

  37. 16 october Please get your notebooks • View some before & after pictures • Finish writing/editing your paragraph describing the process [sequence] of designing makeup for the stage • Watch how to apply highlights/shadows • Assign Makeup Morgue

  38. October 16 On pages 53 - 57, please select 3of the following to complete. • __ and __ are two important steps a makeup designer takes in creating a look for a character. • According to the makeup designer from the article, __ is one way to break into the business. • A makeup designer’s duties include __ and __. • The article is mostly about...[don’t you dare just write “makeup!”]

  39. What to say? • Like ____’s comment, I found that... • In addition to __’s idea, we thought... • Similar to __’s idea, I observed... • While I like/appreciated __’s comment, I noted that... Always give props to people who said “your” idea first Then build on it

  40. Makeup MorguePage 64

  41. Read & Add Activity • Read your paragraph aloud & check for spelling/grammar errors • Add one more sentence [from page 62] offering some detail about what you read about in the article • Write it on the bottom but put an arrow where it should go 6 minutes...

  42. Read & Add Activity • Read your paragraph aloud & check for spelling/grammar errors • Add one more sentence [from page 62] offering some detail about what you read about in the article • Write it on the bottom but put an arrow where it should go • Find a group & exchange paragraphs • Read their paragraph aloud, checking for any spelling/grammar errors • Add yet one more sentence offering some detail that you read about in the article 6 minutes...

  43. Stage Managers • Slug top with full names, periods, date • Turn in handout & your paragraph to lip of the stage • Write it on the bottom but put an arrow where it should go

  44. Face 2 FacePage 65

  45. Blank facepg 66Don’t glue it in yet...

  46. 17 october • Please turn in your paragraphs from yesterday/Friday • Watch how to apply highlights/shadows 3rd Period: Rehearse our Shakeup Drill for tomorrow

  47. October 17 On pages 53 - 57, please select 3of the following to complete. • __ and __ are two important steps a makeup designer takes in creating a look for a character. • A makeup morgue is... • A makeup designer’s duties include __ and __. • One use of stage makeup is...

  48. What to say? • Like ____’s comment, I found that... • In addition to __’s idea, we thought... • Similar to __’s idea, I observed... • While I like/appreciated __’s comment, I noted that... Always give props to people who said “your” idea first Then build on it

  49. Face 2 FacePage 65