To access databases from outside of school, you will need to pick up the login names and passwords from the school library.
Purpose: To research, understand and present the methods of the great acting teachers to your classmates.
Paper: From your research, answer the following questions:
o What type of education did he/she receive?
o Who were his/her influences in life and in theatre?
o What production companies was he/she involved in?
o Describe the method(s) and/or theories of acting/ characterization he/ she used.
o Who did he/she teach or direct?
Format: 3-5 pages, typed, double-spaced in 12 pt Times New Roman font.
3 Source minimum is required, include a bibliography (MLA, Noodle Tools)
When searching for websites, you may want to pay attention to the following to find good sites.
1) look for websites ending in .edu, .org, or .gov
2) check the "about" section to see who is providing the information
3) compare information found in this source to your other sources
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