Lesson Plan : Ancient Greek Theatre

Teacher Name:
 Cassandra Newcomb
Grade:
 Grade 9-10
Subject:
 Arts and Crafts

Topic:
 Stage Make-up
Content:
 Subject Matter: Learn about the process of putting make-up on for an aged look. Spatula, sponge, pan cake makeup, cream based make-up, pencil liner, make-up brush, powder off
Goals:
 The students will learn how to make their own appearance look older. They will be asked to present their own aged face for a final presentation.
Objectives:
 Analyzing stage makeup and its importance to the directive of the play or show.
Materials:
 Personal stage make-up, pencils, paper, stage make-up how to worksheet for aged make-up, make-up video.
Introduction:
 We are going to present a aged face around the age of 80.
Development:
 I will start with showing the end result. Then a video. After the short make-up video, I will ask for a volunteer. Then I will demonstrate how to put on the make-up.
Practice:
 They will practice putting on he make-up on themselves. I will go around and and assist as I see needed.
Accommodations:
 I will allow my blind student to read the procedure in braile. I would put certian labels on certain makup colors and help him to feel the contours of the face on a dummy face. He would then apply the make-up to the dunny face. I would grade him on particapation and putting the correct colors in the correct places.
Checking For Understanding:
 I would ask questions about the procedure and have the studnets write in a journal to express their opinions on how well they were able to do certain manuvers or something they could do differently.
Closure:
 Tell the studnets how they could use this technique to alter their appearances to look older in a play.
Evaluation:
 1. student participation. 1-5 (5 being excellent) 2. student ability to present a realistic aged face. 1-5 (5 being excellent)

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