Creating a Visual Response to a Script
Students will create a lobby display for a play of their choice by selecting and reading a play and analyzing and interpreting the script to develop a design concept around a central theme. Students will next create a visual representation of the design concept on poster board using various materials. Then they will write a description, draw a picture, or create a three-dimensional model of the design concept to show how it will work as a lobby display. Finally, students will prepare a response explaining their analysis and justifying their design concept.
This assessment has three parts to it:
o Part 1–Select, Analyze, and Interpret Script (Day 1)
o Part 2–Develop Design Concept and Visual Representation (Days 2–4)
o Part 3–Design Concept Description (Day 5)
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