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Wondering how many people use sound circle in their lessons?

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by Maureenferry, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. I recently used the drama convention of sound circle in a lesson and discovered that the person in my department who observed me had never heard of it before and thought it was a technique used in music. I explained that the technique aalowed students to explore a characters movements theough use of instruments and create atmophere. Any feedback would be most welcome.
     
  2. I recently used the drama convention of sound circle in a lesson and discovered that the person in my department who observed me had never heard of it before and thought it was a technique used in music. I explained that the technique aalowed students to explore a characters movements theough use of instruments and create atmophere. Any feedback would be most welcome.
     
  3. Yes, I do, got it from an Augusto Boal book, I can't remember what he called it- "carnival of rio" or something.
    It's great game for any number of reasons- disinhibition, teamwork, vocal and physical emphases, chorus work. I like it because it helps kids break away from naturalism
     

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