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Develop skills and techniques of voice and movement to create character, mood and atmosphere and focus dramatic action (ACADRM036)
varying use of voice, for example, projection, dynamics, pace, pause and pitch, to create and communicate characters’ intentions
trialling different ways to move in character and situations
Considering viewpoints – evaluations: For example – How did the performers use the elements of drama and design elements effectively? For what purposes did they make drama? What evidence supports your judgment about the drama?
adjusting the weight (heaviness or lightness of movement), speed, use of stillness, levels and movement through space to focus on character and situation and create dramatic action
altering voice and movement to show change in mood and atmosphere, and to create images, effects and an engaging delivery
rehearsing, interacting and negotiating with others in interpretation of scripts to create characters and their relationships