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NATIONAL 4/5 DRAMA. VOICE
EMPHASIS
PAUSE
VOICE
PITCH
WHEN SOUNDS OR WORDS ARE STRESSED TO HIGHLIGHT THEIR MEANING.
TO DELAY TALKING FOR A MOMENT. OFTEN USED TO CREATE TENSION
HOW WE COMMUNICATE VERBALLY USING MEANING AND EXPRESSION
HEIGHT OR DEPTH OF THE VOICE (HOW HIGH OR LOW IT IS).
EMPHASIS
WHEN SOUNDS OR WORDS ARE STRESSED TO HIGHLIGHT THEIR MEANING.
PAUSE
TO DELAY TALKING FOR A MOMENT. OFTEN USED TO CREATE TENSION
25 terms
Standard Grade Drama AREAS of STAGE / SET Vocabulary
Acting area
Centre Stage (CS)
Centre Stage Left (CSL)
Centre Stage Right (CSR)
That part of the available space occupied by the set and/or u…
The centre area of the stage
The left hand centre side of the acting area as the actor fac…
The right hand centre side of the acting area as the actor fa…
Acting area
That part of the available space occupied by the set and/or u…
Centre Stage (CS)
The centre area of the stage
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Standard Grade Drama Acting Techniques
Acting Techniques
Technique 1 (F)
Technique 2 (F)
Technique 3 (F)
Can be used to hieghten tension and create mood and atmosphere.
Movement
Pace
Pause
Acting Techniques
Can be used to hieghten tension and create mood and atmosphere.
Technique 1 (F)
Movement
11 terms
NATIONAL 4/5 DRAMA CHARACTERISATION
Character Cards
Improvisation (Spontaneous)
Role-Play
Hot-Seating
Card which describes the characteristics of your character
Drama created on the spot without a plan.
A means of exploring attitudes and beliefs
Questioning a character in role.
Character Cards
Card which describes the characteristics of your character
Improvisation (Spontaneous)
Drama created on the spot without a plan.
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NATIONAL 4/5 DRAMA. STAGE AREAS
USR
USL
USC
CSR
UP STAGE RIGHT
UP STAGE LEFT
UP STAGE CENTRE
CENTRE STAGE RIGHT
USR
UP STAGE RIGHT
USL
UP STAGE LEFT
11 terms
NATIONAL 4/5 DRAMA
PLAY
DANCE DRAMA
MIME
MONOLOGUE
ANOTHER WORD FOR DRAMA. CAN BE SCRIPTED OR IMPROVISED
A DRAMA PRESENTED THROUGH DANCE MOVES
STYLISED FORM OF MOVEMENT WHICH CREATES AN ILLUSION OF REALITY
A CHARACTER SPEAKS THEIR THOUGHTS ALOUD
PLAY
ANOTHER WORD FOR DRAMA. CAN BE SCRIPTED OR IMPROVISED
DANCE DRAMA
A DRAMA PRESENTED THROUGH DANCE MOVES
32 terms
Drama exam
2 types of sounds
2 types of consonants
vowels on their own
vowels in groups of 2
consonants and vowels
without voice - e.g : k,p,f,s... with voice - e.g : b,d,g,m,n
monophthongs
diphthongs
2 types of sounds
consonants and vowels
2 types of consonants
without voice - e.g : k,p,f,s... with voice - e.g : b,d,g,m,n
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Drama and Macbeth Literary Terms I
Elizabethan Age
renaissance
Renaissance Period
paradigm shift
it was the height of the English Renaissance, and saw the flo…
French for "rebirth": a term referring to the transformation…
a period in English literary history spanning the years 1500-…
a paradigm governs the way people perceive and approach the w…
Elizabethan Age
it was the height of the English Renaissance, and saw the flo…
renaissance
French for "rebirth": a term referring to the transformation…
17 terms
NATIONAL 4/5 DRAMA. MOVEMENT
Naturalistic movement
Stylised Movement
Body Language
Facial expression
This is used for characterisation
This is used when creating abstract ideas.
Naturalistic movement. Messages given by the position of the…
movement.Look on face which shows emotion
Naturalistic movement
This is used for characterisation
Stylised Movement
This is used when creating abstract ideas.
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Regional Identity Stereotypes - TV Drama
Scottish
Welsh
Irish
English
- Often as being money obsessed ... - Won't pay for anything ... -…
- Live in the countryside ... - Obsessed with sheep... - Singing ... -…
- Living in the countryside ... - Working in rural areas... - being…
- Racist ... - Obsessed with beer ... - Love beer and football... - St…
Scottish
- Often as being money obsessed ... - Won't pay for anything ... -…
Welsh
- Live in the countryside ... - Obsessed with sheep... - Singing ... -…
31 terms
drama
"With mirth and laughter let old wrink…
"...The selfsame way with more advisèd…
"Renownèd suitors, and her sunny locks…
"It is no mean happiness, therefore, t…
Grantio
bassanio
Bassanio
nerissa
"With mirth and laughter let old wrink…
Grantio
"...The selfsame way with more advisèd…
bassanio
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Shakespeare Words To Know
rhetorical question
paradox
comic relief
climax
a question that does not expect an answer
a contradiction but reveals a truth
to relieve tension between two intense scenes
the turning point in the story
rhetorical question
a question that does not expect an answer
paradox
a contradiction but reveals a truth
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Macbeth Vocabulary
Banquo
Shakespeare
playwright
audience
When Macbeth meets the witches the first time, he has _______…
English writer who wrote many plays including "Romeo and Juli…
the author of a play
the assembled spectators or listeners at a public event, such…
Banquo
When Macbeth meets the witches the first time, he has _______…
Shakespeare
English writer who wrote many plays including "Romeo and Juli…
26 terms
Drama
Apron
Curtain Line
Fourth Wall
House
part of the stage that projects out to the audience, closest…
Imaginary line on the floor, which the curtain will touch whe…
Imaginary barrier between the actors and the audience
all areas of the theatre except backstage and on stage, lobby…
Apron
part of the stage that projects out to the audience, closest…
Curtain Line
Imaginary line on the floor, which the curtain will touch whe…
31 terms
Shakespeare
Bard of Avon
Popular entertainment
Elizabethan
Groundlings
Shakespeare's nickname because he was born in Stratford-Upon-…
the reason that Shakespeare wrote his plays
the era in which Shakespeare lived which was named after Quee…
the poor people who paid a penny to stand and watch a play
Bard of Avon
Shakespeare's nickname because he was born in Stratford-Upon-…
Popular entertainment
the reason that Shakespeare wrote his plays
74 terms
N5 Periods and Styles
Aria
Harpsichord
Alberti Bass
Minor
A song for solo voice within an opera or oratorio.
A plucked keyboard instrument from the Baroque period.
Broken chords played by the left hand outlining harmonies whi…
The opposite of major. Sounds more mysterious.
Aria
A song for solo voice within an opera or oratorio.
Harpsichord
A plucked keyboard instrument from the Baroque period.
27 terms
vs: TV Drama to Film
context
mid-70s
'Film Bang' (1976)
conference
Introduced background to feature film making in Scotland - po…
desire among Scottish film-makers to develop strategy
initiative and 'manifesto'
'Cinema and the Small Country' (1977)
context
Introduced background to feature film making in Scotland - po…
mid-70s
desire among Scottish film-makers to develop strategy
79 terms
Spanish Vocab
El Concierto
El Sistema
El Escritor
La Tierra
Concert
System
Writer
The Earth
El Concierto
Concert
El Sistema
System
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Macbeth_Act 1
monomyth
hero's journey
archetypal character
trickster
same narrative structure
typical character type
not malicious (bad)... does silly/troublesome things that get th…
monomyth
same narrative structure
hero's journey
27 terms
Macbeth Vocabulary
Banquo
Shakespeare
playwright
audience
When Macbeth meets the witches the first time, he has _______…
English writer who wrote many plays including "Romeo and Juli…
the author of a play
the assembled spectators or listeners at a public event, such…
Banquo
When Macbeth meets the witches the first time, he has _______…
Shakespeare
English writer who wrote many plays including "Romeo and Juli…
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Macbeth Vocabulary
thane
heath
foul
prophesy
A Scottish lord
an area of land that is saturated with water and covered with…
something that is disgusting or evil
to make a prediction, to speak as if divinely inspired
thane
A Scottish lord
heath
an area of land that is saturated with water and covered with…
6 terms
Themes of Tally's Blood
National pride/identity
Racism/xenophobia/predijuce/immigrants
Love/marriage/relationships
Work ethic/ambition
-Rosinella is Italian through and through, she believes Itali…
-rosinella is predijuced against Scottish men, she does not t…
-Franco and Bridget are in love, they make love before Franco…
- Massimo is ambitious, he strikes out on his own and starts…
National pride/identity
-Rosinella is Italian through and through, she believes Itali…
Racism/xenophobia/predijuce/immigrants
-rosinella is predijuced against Scottish men, she does not t…
54 terms
Shakespeare Terms
Bard of Avon
Popular entertainment
Elizabethan
Groundlings
Shakespeare's nickname because he was born in Stratford-Upon-…
the reason that Shakespeare wrote his plays
the era in which Shakespeare lived which was named after Quee…
the poor people who paid a penny to stand and watch a play
Bard of Avon
Shakespeare's nickname because he was born in Stratford-Upon-…
Popular entertainment
the reason that Shakespeare wrote his plays
14 terms
National 4 Vocal
S.A.T.B.
Backing vocals
Scat singing
Ternary Form
Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass
Singers who support the lead singer(s)... usually by singing har…
Nonsense words and sounds made up by a singer.... Used in Jazz.
A three part form ABA... Two sections, the first repeated after…
S.A.T.B.
Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass
Backing vocals
Singers who support the lead singer(s)... usually by singing har…
37 terms
Tv drama
Gander of Musculine man
Gender of new man
Gender of gay men
Gender of traditional feminine woman
Strong, brave, hetrosexual, dominant
Less masculine, hetrosexual, peacefull, looks after family, e…
Femine, weak, fashion jobs
Girly, likes pink, wears dresses, weak, scared
Gander of Musculine man
Strong, brave, hetrosexual, dominant
Gender of new man
Less masculine, hetrosexual, peacefull, looks after family, e…
53 terms
S4 Prelim 2016
Adagio
Alberti Bass
Allegro
Alto
Tempo. Slowly.
Broken chords played by the left hand whilst the right hand p…
Tempo. Fast.
Low female voice.
Adagio
Tempo. Slowly.
Alberti Bass
Broken chords played by the left hand whilst the right hand p…
18 terms
The Baroque Era (c. 1600-1750)
Baroque
Monody
Figured Bass
Basso Continuo
"The period in Europe between 1600 and 1750 characterized by…
A musical texture introduced in the Baroque era which feature…
A shorthand method of notating harmony that allowed the perfo…
The system of accompaniment that included a bass instrument (…
Baroque
"The period in Europe between 1600 and 1750 characterized by…
Monody
A musical texture introduced in the Baroque era which feature…
22 terms
Macbeth: Literary terms
soliloquy
metaphor
extended metaphor
aside
an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or re…
a figure of speech that identifies something as being the sam…
refers to a comparison between two unlike things that continu…
a remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
soliloquy
an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or re…
metaphor
a figure of speech that identifies something as being the sam…
34 terms
Terms - 26 Farvardin
S & F
saga
salon
samizdat
a discreet abbreviation for a category of popular modern fict…
the Norse name for various kinds of prose tales composed in m…
a French cultural institution consisting of a weekly social g…
a Russian word meaning 'self-publishing', applied since the 1…
S & F
a discreet abbreviation for a category of popular modern fict…
saga
the Norse name for various kinds of prose tales composed in m…
14 terms
CFE DRAMATIC CONVENTIONS
SLOW MOTION
TABLEAU
SOLILOQUY
FREEZE FRAME
MOVEMENT PERFORMED AT SLOWED DOWN SPEED
A STAGE PICTURE HELD WITHOUT MOVEMENT
A SINGLE LENGTHY SPEECH, MADE WHEN NO OTHER CHARACTERS ARE ON…
THE ACTION IS FROZEN IN TIME
SLOW MOTION
MOVEMENT PERFORMED AT SLOWED DOWN SPEED
TABLEAU
A STAGE PICTURE HELD WITHOUT MOVEMENT
33 terms
Elements of Drama-Macbeth
Act
Aside
Blank Verse
Comic Relief
Major section of the action or drama. Intro, rising, climax,…
Short speech spoken by a character directly to the audience.…
Unrhymed iambic pentameter. IP=5 consecutive feet of one unac…
Provided by a minor character as a humorous speech within a t…
Act
Major section of the action or drama. Intro, rising, climax,…
Aside
Short speech spoken by a character directly to the audience.…
25 terms
QT2 English III vocab
Dismayed
merciless
valiant
dwindle
struck with fear, dread, or consternation
ruthless... having or showing no mercy
brave... possessing or acting with bravery or boldness
to lessen, diminish... to keep on becoming less; to grow smaller…
Dismayed
struck with fear, dread, or consternation
merciless
ruthless... having or showing no mercy
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Vocabulary #4: Shakespeare and Macbeth Intro
Paradox
Prophecy
Thane
Ambition
a statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
the foretelling or prediction of what is to come; the divinel…
Scottish feudal lord (a title)
an ardent desire for rank, fame, or power b : desire to achie…
Paradox
a statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
Prophecy
the foretelling or prediction of what is to come; the divinel…
33 terms
Beginnings to Early Modern- Early Scots Drama
Early drama
Physical witnesses = play bills + itim…
Importance of performativity
Importance of theatrical politics + Re…
Etheral + oblique performances
Scripts as privileged witnesses to play... Text interpreted by d…
Contrast = drama + performance material... Element of physical f…
Closing of theatres... Abolition of festival plays
Early drama
Etheral + oblique performances
Physical witnesses = play bills + itim…
Scripts as privileged witnesses to play... Text interpreted by d…
30 terms
Drama Midterm Terms
Proscenium Wall
Apron
Open
Closed
A wall, almost like an arch, that the curtain hangs from and…
Bit of stage that sticks out in front of the curtain
An actor that is facing the audience
An actor that has their back to the audience
Proscenium Wall
A wall, almost like an arch, that the curtain hangs from and…
Apron
Bit of stage that sticks out in front of the curtain
57 terms
Drama to Film Time-Line
Dionysus
Dithyramb
Thespis
Aeschylus
Greek god of wine, ritual madness, fertility, theatre, and re…
Hymn sung and danced in honor of Dionysus, chant
534 BC Answerer, first actor
499 BC playwright added 2nd actor, prometheus bound, costumes…
Dionysus
Greek god of wine, ritual madness, fertility, theatre, and re…
Dithyramb
Hymn sung and danced in honor of Dionysus, chant
31 terms
Benchmark 4 (English 12-Unit 2)
the Latin prefix mal-
the word root -cred-
the word root -turb-
imagery
bad, wrong, ill
belief
to disturb
literary element that involves the use of language to re-crea…
the Latin prefix mal-
bad, wrong, ill
the word root -cred-
belief
9 terms
Miscellaneous Info(from textbook) - Macbeth
The Scottish Play
The Globe Theater
The Players
The Fate of the Globe
-if you say Macbeth backstage of the production it brings bad…
-the first performance of "Macbeth" was presented in front of…
-the actors worked in close proximity to the groundlings, who…
-in 1613, the Globe's roof caught on fire during a performanc…
The Scottish Play
-if you say Macbeth backstage of the production it brings bad…
The Globe Theater
-the first performance of "Macbeth" was presented in front of…
2nd Quarter English Vocab
allusion
motif
tragedy
tragic hero
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
A recurring theme, subject or idea... (n.) a principal idea, fea…
A serious form of drama dealing with the downfall of a heroic…
A literary character who makes an error of judgment or has a…
allusion
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
motif
A recurring theme, subject or idea... (n.) a principal idea, fea…
25 terms
Macbeth
monomyth
hero's journey
archetypal character
trickster
same narrative structure
typical character type
not malicious (bad)... does silly/troublesome things that get th…
monomyth
same narrative structure
hero's journey
18 terms
Second Quarter English Vocab
allusion
motif
tragic hero
tragic flaw
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
A recurring theme, subject or idea
a great or virtuous character in a dramatic tragedy who is de…
the character flaw or error of a tragic hero that leads to hi…
allusion
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
motif
A recurring theme, subject or idea
21 terms
National 4 Vocal Music
Round
Blues
Pop
Swing
Each part sings or plays the same melody, entering one after…
Blues started as Black American folk music, developing from s…
A style of popular music played by a group of musicians
A jazz style which started in the 1930s and was performed by…
Round
Each part sings or plays the same melody, entering one after…
Blues
Blues started as Black American folk music, developing from s…
22 terms
ENGLISH literature vocab
exposition
climax
resolution
internal
a large scale public exhibition or show as of art or manufact…
a decisive moment that is of maximum intensity or is a major…
the actor process or resolving or separating something into c…
situated or existing in the interior of something interior
exposition
a large scale public exhibition or show as of art or manufact…
climax
a decisive moment that is of maximum intensity or is a major…
31 terms
Theatrical/Drama Terms
Soliloquy
Acts
Monologue
MacBeth
Alone on a stage and speaking
Major divisions in the action of a play
A long speech by a single character while other characters ar…
Scottish play referred to by actors in a theater as bad luck
Soliloquy
Alone on a stage and speaking
Acts
Major divisions in the action of a play
35 terms
U.I.L Contest Practice
lament
Elizabethan Age
psychological novel
falling action
A poem expressing grief, usually more intense and more person…
The age in English literature that witnessed the development…
The genre of novel that places unusual emphasis on interior c…
The second half or resolution of a dramatic plot in which the…
lament
A poem expressing grief, usually more intense and more person…
Elizabethan Age
The age in English literature that witnessed the development…
N4 MUSIC PERFORMING CONCEPTS
BAROQUE
RAGTIME
ROMANTIC
SWING
Uses mainly strings and harpsichord.
usually has a vamp accompaniment and played on piano
bigger orchestra and will have all 4 families. Can be quite d…
A jazz style which started in the 1930s and was performed by…
BAROQUE
Uses mainly strings and harpsichord.
RAGTIME
usually has a vamp accompaniment and played on piano
31 terms
Hero's Journey
Monomyth
Hero's Journey
Archetypal character
Trickster
All myths are stories that are not true and use the "Hero's J…
The 12 steps of the journey the hero will take.
A typical character that can also be the helper and/or mentor.
Distracts the Hero or tricks the enemy
Monomyth
All myths are stories that are not true and use the "Hero's J…
Hero's Journey
The 12 steps of the journey the hero will take.
69 terms
Macbeth and Drama
Macbeth was probably written between _…
The earliest description of what was l…
first published in the _____; it is Sh…
James I became king of England in _____
1599 and 1606
1611
"Folio of 1623" (written for James I)
April of 1603
Macbeth was probably written between _…
1599 and 1606
The earliest description of what was l…
1611
31 terms
The Hero's Journey
Monomyth
Hero's Journey
Archetypal Character
Trickster
a pattern in almost every story or myth
a basic template for a story
a character typically seen
tries to deceive the hero (a friend- in a good way)
Monomyth
a pattern in almost every story or myth
Hero's Journey
a basic template for a story
26 terms
Hero's Journey quizlet
Monomyth
Hero's Journey
Archetypal character
Trickster
The one thing all stories have in common
Forms the basic template for every all great story
Recurring patterns in a human behavior
The mischief makers
Monomyth
The one thing all stories have in common
Hero's Journey
Forms the basic template for every all great story
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