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OLS 162 - Podcasts


2 CR

Podcasts combines acting, listening, and speech. Students practice adequate breathing and speaking to build confidence when reading scripts aloud and at the microphone. By listening to podcasts and classic radio dramas, they expand their imagination through the ‘theatre of the mind’. Students write scripts of their own and develop characters for recording, and learn how changes in voice tone can influence those characters, and collaborate to create a performance ensemble, culminating in a taped podcast. Course is graded Credit/No Credit.

Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into Program.

Course Outcomes
  • Demonstrate sight-reading of material and summarize content, emotions and intent.
  • Apply methods and techniques that support confidence when reading aloud in front of an audience.
  • Perform theatre exercises that develop voice range and contribute to clear elocution.
  • Demonstrate the basics of character development and motivation, and how they influence the style of the reading, including voice tone and variations, timing and the use of silence.
  • Decompose a text into its main components (beginning, middle and end) and explain how they flow and interact.
  • Compare and contrast the personality of various fictional characters and differentiate from one’s personality.
  • Create a performance ensemble with others.

 


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