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The What and Why
The art of acting without words
 Developed when hunters and warriors
returned to villages and used
movement, gestures and facial
expressions to retell adventures.
 Have you ever watched people who
communicate in sign language?
 THINK ABOUT IT: Why is non-verbal
communication so important?

Objectives
Master basic principles of pantomime
and apply them to common stage
actions
 Recognize & Practice conventional
mime actions & exercises
 Use facial expressions and gestures to
enhance a characterization
 Differentiate between mime and
pantomime

Brainstorm
Why is nonverbal communication
important? (not only in acting, but in
life?)
 List examples of nonverbal
communication you use or observe
daily.

Class Work DUE TODAY
Read textbook pages 26-27, “Basic
Pantomime Movements”
 Using the glossary in the back of the
book, complete vocabulary for the
following words:

•Pantomime
•Cross
•Gesture
•Kinesthesis
•Mime
•Inclination
•Rotation
•Isolation
•Nonverbal communication
“Face Value”
Based on your reading yesterday,
describe face value and its importance.
 Practicing Face Value
 PLEASE TURN IN YOUR
VOCABULARY IF YOU DID NOT DO
SO YESTERDAY. Thank you.

Principles of Pantomime
Read textbook pages 37-40 (silently)
 Watch Charlie Chaplin scene from The
Circus
 Reflection – ½ page due today

 What Principles of Pantomime does Chaplin
demonstrate in the video?