I took a color course in watercolor over ten years ago. My teacher, Gary Pruner, is an extremely good painter and I admire his work greatly. However, I came out of that class intimidated by watercolor instead of encouraged. I am much more comfortable with acrylic paint, and eventually gave all my watercolor supplies away.
Unfortunately, my attitude toward watercolor has kept me from jumping right
I’d seen the movie before. I knew it was based on a play by Tennessee Williams. I have not had the chance to see it on stage. When I saw the movie again a couple of months ago, I was already brainstorming in my head how to use it for script analysis. It’s a wonderfully powerful story with complex characters and a number of symbols and themes.
I got myself a copy of the
When I ever have time to really think out a lesson plan, I try to get as creative as possible. I try to find ways to get the students truly psyched about the experience. And this, in turn, improves their chances of actually retaining the information.
I’m going to back up here and give you some of my drama background. In 1987, I was a biology major who was going to a community college. I took
This lesson served as a final project (one-day) at the high school, and simply as a comprehensive exercise at the middle school.
Procedure:Use the manikin as a model.
- Three students per manikin
- All three