Presentation on theme: "ORAL INTERPRETATION-PPT 2"— Presentation transcript:
1ORAL INTERPRETATION-PPT 2 ENGLISH11HOUSE ON MANGO STREETUse this ppt to explain the rubric for presentations
2Skills Practiced Use of comma after introductory prepositional phrase Capitalization of names of heavenly bodiesCorrect pronoun case in compound construction
3Practice SentencesAccording to astronomer William Herschel one way to determine the shape of the galaxy was to cont the stars in different directions.Although Herschel was wrong about the shape of the milky way, him and Isaac Newton had discovered the basic laws of physics.
4AnswersAccording to astronomer William Herschel, one way to determine the shape of the galaxy was to cont the stars in different directions.Although Herschel was wrong about the shape of the Milky Way, he and Isaac Newton had discovered the basic laws of physics.
6What is oral interpretation? An oral interpretation can apply to any type of writing, from poetry to prose, from fiction to non-fiction, from humorous to dramatic. The performers will interpret the lines of text to deduce what key emotion they want to convey, and they will give their vocal delivery based on that emotion.The idea of oral interpretation was born from the desire to give texts more character and emotion beyond a dry, flat, or monotone delivery.
7What is oral interpretation? Depends less on the actual text and more on the reader's performance.This allows the reader to transform the words into any mood he or she wishes to achieve.
8Oral InterpretationThe way performer delivers the text can enhance or detract from what's written by stressing ideas or emotions of the reader's choosing, rather than those of the author.
9Literature for performance shall be from The House on Mango Street. How to prepareLiterature for performance shall be from The House on Mango Street.The time limit is ten (10) minutes. Penalties shall be imposed for exceeding the time limit.The introduction to the selection is considered part of the overall time limit.
10PreparingVocal, facial, and bodily expressions may be used as long as they do not call attention to the interpreter as a performer, detract from the meaning of the material, or constitute acting or impersonation.
11PreparationEvaluation shall be based on the student's ability to reveal his/her insight into the mood and implications of the selection, his/her projection of the dramatic qualities and his/her success in creating a uniformed scene or story.
12PreparationWrite a description of the emotional or historical background of your character.Make a connection to your own life ORExplain the universal theme the vignette demonstrates.
13Preparation Type your selection in a double-spaced format. Identify any unfamiliar words used in your script. Know definition and pronunciation.Write in blocking and emotional cues.
14Write an introduction and transitions as needed. PreparationWrite an introduction and transitions as needed.
15Preparation Read silently through script several times. Read script aloud.Read script aloud using different emotions and dialects.
16Perform prepared work for class according to performance expectations. PreparationPerform prepared work for class according to performance expectations.
17Approach the podium in a positive manner. PresentationApproach the podium in a positive manner.
18Introduce the title and page number of the vignette you will read. PresentationIntroduce the title and page number of the vignette you will read.
19Give background for the vignette. PresentationGive background for the vignette.Make a personal connection with the vignette or attach an explanation of a universal theme to the text.
20Perform the text using your blocked reading script. PresentationPerform the text using your blocked reading script.
21Hand in the blocked reading script before you return to your seat. PresentationHand in the blocked reading script before you return to your seat.
22Posture and Eye Contact Category4321ptsPreparednessStudent is completely prepared and has obviously prepared.Student appears to have rehearsed, but need more practiceStudents appears somewhat prepared, but clearly need more practiceStudent appears to have not prepared, impromptu in appearancePosture and Eye ContactStands up straight, looks relaxed and confident. Establishes eye contact with everyone in class during presentationStands up straight and establishes eye contact throughout the presentationSometimes stands straight and establishes some eye contactSlouches or leans and/or does not look at the audience during presentationContentShows a full understanding of the vignetteShows a good understanding of the vignetteShows understanding of the vignetteDoes not seem to understand the content of the vignetteSpeaks clearlySpeaks clearly and distinctly 100% of the time and mispronounces none of the wordsSpeaks clearly and distinctly 90% of the time but misread or mispronounced one wordSpeaks clearly and distinctly 80% of the time but misread or mispronounced two wordsMumbles of cannot be understood. Mispronounced or misread three or more wordsPitch and RatePitch and rate of reading were used to convey emotions appropriatelyPitch and rate of reading were used to convey emotions, but sometimes did not fit the contentPitch was rarely used and/or rate of reading did not fit the content or emotion conveyedPitch was not attempted and/or rate was too fast or too slowEnthusiasmFacial expressions and body language generate a strong interest and enthusiasm about the topic in othersFacial expressions and body language sometimes generate a strong interest and enthusiasm about the topic in othersFacial expressions and body language were attempted to generate a interest and enthusiasm about the topic in others, but seemed fake or artificialVery little use of facial expression and/or body language. Did not generate much interest in the topic presentedMeeting DeadlinesPrepared and ready to go on due datePrepared and ready to go upon return to class after excused absence