Sensory Writing for Stage and Screen

Through a series of systematic explorations across a wide range of scenarios,
Sensory Writing for Stage and Screen offers script writers exercises for attending
to their own sensory experiences as a means to exploring the sensory ...

Author: Michael Wright

Publisher: Hackett Publishing

ISBN: 9781585107636

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 200

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Through a series of systemic explorations across a wide range of scenarios, Sensory Writing for Stage and Screen offers script writers exercises for attending to their own sensory experiences as a means to exploring the sensory experiences—and worlds—of the characters they create.

The Film Book for Business Education and Industry

It is not newspaper , book , or radio writing ; it is closer to writing for stage
presentation than any other form , but is ... The radio writer has words and syntax
, with added sound emphasis , to help him , but he too can depend on only one
sensory ...

Author: William H. Wilson

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4305558

Category: Motion pictures

Page: 259

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Actors Yearbook 2013 Essential Contacts for Stage Screen and Radio

Sometimes holds general auditions; actors may write at any time to request
inclusion. “Policy ... Produces theatre made by disabled people (actors, directors
and other theatre practitioners) with physical and sensory impairments. Stages 3
 ...

Author: Hilary Lissenden

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781408175194

Category: Drama

Page: 496

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Actors' Yearbook is an established and respected directory that enables actors to find work in stage, screen and radio. It is the only directory to provide detailed information for each listing and specific advice on how to approach companies and individuals, saving hours of further research. From agents and casting directors to producing theatres, showreel companies and photographers, Actors' Yearbook editorially selects only the most relevant and reputable contacts for the actor. Articles and commentaries provide valuable insight into the profession: auditions, interviews and securing work alongside a casting calendar and advice on contracts and finance. This is an incredibly useful professional tool in an industry where contacts and networking are key to career survival. The listings detailed in this edition have been thoroughly updated alongside fresh advice from industry experts.

Technology enhanced Learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage

... (PMLD), Where children are likely to have severe and complex learning
difficulties as well as a physical disability or sensory impairment. ... you may need
to change the colour of the background screen on PowerPoints, Word documents
and interactive Whiteboard screens; ... can be customised for all ages, abilities
and different learning needs, including children at pre-reading and pre-writing
stages.

Author: Moira Savage

Publisher: Critical Publishing

ISBN: 9781911106210

Category: Education

Page: 184

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Discussing learning technologies in relation to young children often provokes a wide range of passionate responses, from sceptics to enthusiasts. This text explores the issues in a holistic, pedagogical and research-informed way. It helps professionals unpick the complex issues involved, understand the scope of available technology, examine the interplay between learning and specific technologies, and more broadly create a vision for a technology-enabled learning environment that is child-centred, playful, creative and interactive. Recurring case studies are analysed from a number of theoretical perspectives, and the approach deliberately goes beyond the scope of ‘understanding of the world’ to consider the contribution of technology-enhanced learning to a range of different contexts and subject areas. Throughout there are clear links to professional standards, the Early Years Foundation Stage and the characteristics of effective learning.

Stated Techniques of Radio Dramatic Writing

From a sensory point of view it is as static as a novel . Like the novel it is ... the
theatre , drama have an actual external existence , on stage or screen . ... 3Erik
Barnouw , Handbook of Radio Writing ( Boston : D. C. Heath Company , 1949 ) ,
p .

Author: Wilson Eiichi Maruyama

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105025527016

Category: Radio authorship

Page: 294

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From Wagner to Murnau

The Transposition of Romanticism from Stage to Screen Jo Leslie Collier ... The
writers cited above all claimed to be making formal distinctions between film and
theater ; but , in point of fact , they ... phase , was primarily concerned with
engaging the audience emotionally , mainly by means of increased sensory
appeal .

Author: Jo Leslie Collier

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015012991314

Category: Motion pictures and theater

Page: 174

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The Writer and the Screen

On Writing for Film and Television Wolf Peter Rilla ... We felt the effort of the
athletes we were watching — and the communication of sensory experience is a
definition of poetry itself . ... If his subject is housing , for instance , the first stage
of his research is simply the collection of data : facts and figures to enable him to
form a ...

Author: Wolf Peter Rilla

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000006854454

Category: Creative writing

Page: 191

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Resources in Education

Toward this end , film - makers from all over the world were invited to write a diary
about the work they were doing on one day ... From Pens to PC's : The Writing
Stage ” ; ( 3 ) “ Art of the Pitch : Getting the Project Off the Ground " ; ( 4 ) “ Cast
Away : In Pre - Production " ... Sensory Experience , Visual Arts This document
describes an art curriculum designed for elementary level students of Catholic
schools .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435051692424

Category: Education

Page:

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San Francisco

STAGE & SCREEN Grover Sales FOLKS OFTEN ASK who takes the pictures for
Jack Daniel ' s . ... Bob & Carol & Lenny & Mort Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice , the
second film by the producer - writer - director team of Larry Tucker and Paul
Mazursky ... bright , on their way up , dabbling in group therapy , sensory -
awareness , Zen , pot , weekends at Esalen , open infidelities and timorous wife -
swapping .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105014924810

Category: San Francisco (Calif.)

Page:

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The Senses in Performance

This volume examines the subtle actions of the human senses including taste, touch, smell and vision in all sorts of performances in Western and non-Western traditions, from ritual to theatre, from dance to interactive architecture, from ...

Author: Sally Banes

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134460700

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 240

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This ground-breaking anthology is the first to be dedicated to assessing critically the role of the human sensorium in performance. Senses in Performance presents a multifaceted approach to the methodological, theoretical, practical and historical challenges facing the scholar and the artist. This volume examines the subtle actions of the human senses including taste, touch, smell and vision in all sorts of performances in Western and non-Western traditions, from ritual to theatre, from dance to interactive architecture, from performance art to historical opera. With eighteen original essays brought together by an international ensemble of leading scholars and artists including Richard Schechner and Philip Zarrilli. This covers a variety of disciplinary fields from critical studies to performance studies, from food studies to ethnography from drama to architecture. Written in an accessible way this volume will appeal to scholars and non-scholars interested in Performance/Theatre Studies and Cultural Studies.

The Fortnightly Review

and seemed to suggest the footlights of the stage on which he was accustomed
to make his appearance . ... governing the vocal apparatus , which is set at work
by the molecular change set up in the sensory nerves of the skin of the back by
the contact of a foreign body . ... He therefore interposed a screen between the
man's eyes and his hands ; under these circumstances he went on writing for a
short ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: BSB:BSB11189595

Category:

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The Living Age

... fall upon him, and seemed to suggest the footlights of the stage on which he
was accustomed to make his appearance. ... set at work by the molecular change
set up in the sensory nerves of the skin of the back by the contact of a foreign
body. ... On the withdrawal of the screen he began to write again where he had
left off.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015031291670

Category:

Page:

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The Educational Screen

The reader ' s right Send letters to the Editor , EDUCATIONAL SCREEN , 64 E .
Lake St . , Chicago I , III . THE NATION ' S ... Write for free catalog . ... It seems to
me that we have reached the stage where we must decide in what direction we
are going in the materials field . ... Maybe " multisensory " is the word we want .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015080280111

Category: Audio-visual education

Page:

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To Tell the Truth

Scenes and the Senses As creative writers we hear a great deal about the
importance of drawing on the five senses , but rarely are we told how to get in ...
You may find it helpful to think of the scene as being recreated on stage or in a
film .

Author: Connie D. Griffin

Publisher: Longman Publishing Group

ISBN: UOM:39015073633078

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 322

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This text engages with current conversations in the popular field of creative nonfiction, which ranges across memoir and biography, the essay, and literary journalism. Designed to meet the growing need resulting from a burgeoning interest in narrative nonfiction, To Tell the Truth emphasizes key elements common to all three major branches of the genre. It assists creative nonfiction writers in developing a writing practice modeled to their unique needs, it addresses the practical tasks of applying elements of craft in the actual process of generating, shaping, developing, and revising material, and it includes contemporary models that represent the rich range and diversity of the genre. A key feature of the text, one seldom found in books on the subject, is the inclusion of a writers on writing section in each chapter, providing personal essays that reveal writers' internal processes--that quirky quality we call creativity--bringing in writers' revelations about uniquely individual approaches to foiling the inner critic and breaking through writer's block.

Practical Ideas for Teaching Writing as a Process at the High School and College Levels

Lesson : I See , I Hear , I Smell , I Feel , I Taste Supplies needed : Slide projector ,
screen , slides of interest to students . ... Set the stage : Explain to your students
that they will become sensory guides to their classmates and that they are ...

Author: Carol Booth Olson

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105021476150

Category: Creative writing

Page: 310

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The concept of writing as process has revolutionized the way many view composition, and this book is organized by the stages of that process. Each section begins with a well-known author presenting specific techniques, followed by commentaries which include testimonials, applications of writing techniques, and descriptions of strategy modifications all contributed by classroom teachers. The book includes the following sections and initial chapters: Section 1 (The Process): "Teaching Writing as a Process" (Catherine D'Aoust); Section 2 (Prewriting): "Clustering: A Prewriting Process" (Gabriele Lusser Rico); Section 3 (Prewriting in Different Subjects): "Prewriting Assignments Across the Curriculum" (Jim Lee); Section 4 (Showing, Not Telling): "A Training Program for Student Writers" (Rebekah Caplan); Section 5 (Using Cooperative Learning to Facilitate Writing): "Using Structures to Promote Cooperative Learning in Writing" (Jeanne M. Stone and Spencer S. Kagan); Section 6 (Writing): "Developing a Sense of Audience, or Who Am I Really Writing This Paper For?" (Mark K. Healy); Section 7 (Teaching Writing in the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classroom): "English Learners and Writing: Responding to Linguistic Diversity" (Robin Scarcella); Section 8 (Domains of Writing): "Teaching the Domains of Writing" (Nancy McHugh); Section 9 (Writing the Saturation Report): "Using Fictional Techniques for Nonfiction Writing" (Ruby Bernstein); Section 10 (Point of View in Writing): "A Lesson on Point of View...That Works" (Carol Booth Olson); Section 11 (Writing the I-Search Paper): "The Reawakening of Curiosity: Research Papers as Hunting Stories" (Ken Macrorie); Section 12 (Critical Thinking and Writing): "Reforming Your Teaching for Thinking: The Studio Approach" (Dan Kirby); Section 13 (Sharing/Responding): "Some Guidelines for Writing-Response Groups" (Peter Elbow); Section 14 (Reader Responses): "Dialogue with a Text" (Robert E. Probst); Section 15 (RAGs for Sharing/Responding): "Using Read-Around Groups to Establish Criteria for Good Writing" (Jenee Gossard); Section 16 (Rewriting/Editing): "Competence for Performance in Revision" (Sheridan Blau); Section 17 (Revising for Correctness): "Some Basics That Really Do Lead to Correctness" (Irene Thomas); Section 18 (Building Vocabularies): "Word-Sprouting: A Vocabulary-Building Strategy for Remedial Writers" (Barbara Morton); Section 19 (Evaluation): "Holistic Scoring in the Classroom" (Glenn Patchell); and Section 20 (Evaluation Techniques): "Some Techniques for Oral Evaluation" (Michael O'Brien). Contains over 100 references. (EF)

Great Genre Writing Lessons

Guide students through each step of the writing process?from selecting topics to publishing polished pieces!

Author: Heather Clayton

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 0439267242

Category: Education

Page: 96

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Guide students through each step of the writing process?from selecting topics to publishing polished pieces! Step-by-step lessons and reproducibles cover five genres: ?how-to” pieces, fictional and personal narratives, informational reports and essays, and persuasive writing. Teachers will also find graphic organizers, rubrics and checklists, examples of students' writing, extension activities, and helpful hints for managing writers' workshop. For use with Grades 4-8.

The Library Magazine

That the sense of sight , transition - stage connecting the sensory state although
deficient , yet played a part in direct- and ... writing a letter , a screen was in- fell
into a river , lay insensible for six hours , terposed between his eyes and his letter
.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:32044092664234

Category:

Page:

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Design Development and Testing of an Integrated Communication System for the Sensory and Speech Impaired at Transportation Terminals

Large key words now appear on the screen in black on white , accompanying
every item in the audio menus . ... Because of time taken to investigate and write
preliminary software to accomodate an auxiliary control terminal , there was not
sufficient time remaining to install a " talking clock " . However , we hope to
undertake this development as time permits , so that it will be available for the
next stage of ...

Author: Uwe Rutenberg

Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35556031799984

Category: Communication devices for people with disabilities

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Practical Ideas for Teaching Writing as a Process

When you feel the class is ready to begin the exercise , turn out the lights and
project the first slide on a screen that all can see . ... Set the stage : Explain to
your students that they will become sensory guides to their classmates , and it is
their ...

Author: Carol Booth Olson

Publisher:

ISBN: UCI:31970018749835

Category: Creative writing

Page: 190

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Women in Film

From this emerged the German film d ' art , which took its cue from the theater :
stage directors and actors were hired , and literary writers encouraged to write
screenplays . ... generated exceptional films , films which took joy in the
reproduction of surface vividness , whose mechanics of production were still
visible and thus opened up sensory vistas beyond the everyday experience of
much of the public .

Author: Annette Kuhn

Publisher: Ballantine Books

ISBN: UOM:39015019600603

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 500

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Offers over 600 critical and biographical entries on women involved in the film industry in fields other than acting