Presentation on theme: "Lesson 5-Movement & Gestures Begin Movement & Gestures When telling a story, it is important to include movement and gestures to help your listener visualize."— Presentation transcript:
Movement & Gestures When telling a story, it is important to include movement and gestures to help your listener visualize the story. Watch the way this storyteller uses movement and gestures to help enhance their story. Click on the box below to see the video.
Movement & Gesture Tips Start out simple. Practice doing gestures of common events, such as washing the dishes or brushing your teeth. Face the audience. If you turn your back to the audience, they cant see the movement or gesture. Make the action believable. Practice and observe yourself in a mirror doing the action. Click here for a printable pantomime game.
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