I actually had a student (who appeared very young) ask me if I was finished so that they could use the printer and he did not even consider asking me if I needed help even though I was struggling a bit (hello frontal lobe). It is important that someone with a disability be given an opportunity to participate in activities like anyone without any form of discrimination. We need to be as accommodative as possible. Another consideration is making sure that the emotional and physical needs are being meet so they are given the same opportunities as people who do not have disabilities. Physical and emotional wellbeing are important for a person’s functionality.
The third guideline is to take time to communicate and connect. Deaf people consider communication to take time and effort, so slow down and ask for clarification if needed. The fourth principle is deaf people listen with their eyes, so as a sign of respect only sign when there is direct eye contact. Lastly, use the beginning and end of the conversation as an opportunity to make visual and physical contact, especially if they have been using an interpreter during your conversation. One should always smile, shake hands, and make final eye
The course “Disability & Society” has helped me understand the various discussions that revolve around disability. I personally took the course because I believe disability to be a porous state, anyone can be disabled or can be recovered at any point in their life. Similarly, being a citizen from a third-world country, I also wanted to understand the revolutions that led the developed countries to adapt disabled-friendly policies. One of the things that I’ll always remember from this class is that the best way to learn about issues of disability is from those who have lived it. It was much more effective to understand issues being discussed in class when students with disabilities themselves shared their views and voiced their opinions cause
We all pitch in to help, whether its cleaning and organizing the Green room, cleaning up the auditorium, or cleaning the stage. Being a part of this family has helped me grow as not only a person, but an actor as well. That auditorium and that stage will forever be one of my favorite places and hold many happy
I believe for anyone that wants to be a well-rounded theatre artist it is important to know how theatre has changed over time and throughout different periods. To be able to change and manipulate theatre it is helpful to see and be inspired by what others have done before me. • Dramatic lit.
The role of women in Shakespeare’s plays cannot be overlooked. They represent a time when women were considered property, and sometimes dangerous if they knew too much. The plays, Lear, Hamlet, Othello, and MacBeth all hold examples of evil women and weak women. Each and everyone holds the responsibility of keeping the story moving. They contribute to the plot and themes of these plays just as much as the male characters.
It such a magical thing to work on stuff and rehearsal just to perform in front of a audience seeing them smiling and clapping because they enjoyed the show. As a actor those experince are the reasons why I do thThe best experience I had since joining theatre was when I performed for the audience then I see and hear people, smiling and clapping because they enjoyed our performance. These experience and wonderful memories are the reasons why people do theatre and the families we make forever long lasting
I did not like my role, but I had to do it.” Question 4: “Today I felt… I felt like this because…” Participants valued humor and fun as the key element in drama activities. According to them, learning through drama games, making jokes, pretending, inventing some absurd characters and movements were the reasons why they enjoyed drama
“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women are merely players,” (Shakespeare), meaning the whole world is like a stage show and humans are the actors. The quote proves that life can imitate art even when it’s not recognized, art is everywhere you look, in places you never thought to look. Theater is represented in any imaginable way, so why is it not good enough for a simple required subject in school? Fine arts such as drama, dance, and art programs get cut from high schools due to the expenses that go into them. People say theater is not needed for the future, no help in the “real world”, and it’s not a life skill.
This will cause your message to seem more believable and you will come across as less confident. It also helps you out as maintaining eye contact helps you concentrate and focus on your story. Try following the tips on how to make strong eye contact: o Try to look at every member of your audience as an individual, imagine having