2 edition of Literature for oral interpretation found in the catalog.
Literature for oral interpretation
Richard Dennis Teall Hollister
|Statement||with introduction and notes by Richard Dennis Teall Hollister.|
|LC Classifications||PR1109 .H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 752 p.|
|Number of Pages||752|
|LC Control Number||30002071|
With a focus on communicative aspects, this textbook introduces undergraduates to the principles of the oral interpretation of literature. Topics include (for example) nonverbal communication, vocal factors, rehearsals, and Readers Theater. The CD-ROM contains samples of student performances of Pages: All interpretation performances should include an original and memorized introduction that is composed by the student and delivered with manuscript closed. The introduction should enhance the interpretation by relating the literature to the audience, providing necessary information about the genesis or theme, or otherwise enriching the value of.
Featuring a personal and direct writing style, Communicating Literature: An Introduction to Oral Interpretation: Emphasizes the focus of performance studies needs to retain the communicative intent in literature. Each performance text should have an argument, a thesis, a premise, a theme, a communicative Range: $ - $ Prose combines multiple elements of oral interpretation of literature. Prose corresponds to usual patterns of speech -- that which you would nd most every day in a particular space and time (in contrast to poetic form and language).Prose typically has a narrative with its related rises and falls, much like Storytelling.
Oral Interpretation is a dramatic art, also commonly called "interpretive reading" and "dramatic reading", though these terms are more conservative and restrictive. In certain applications, oral interpretation is also a theatre art – as in reader's theatre, in which a work of literature is performed with manuscripts in hand or, more traditionally, using stools and music stands; and. Richard Swigg has written: 'Charles Tomlinson and the objective tradition' -- subject(s): Criticism and interpretation, Objectivity in literature 'Quick, said the bird' -- subject(s): Oral.
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Key to the exercises of the manual for students of Russian.
In its 13 th Edition, the iconic Oral Interpretation continues to prepare students to analyze and perform literature through an accessible, step-by-step process.
New selections join classic favorites, and chapters devoted to specific genres―narrative, poetry, group performance, and more―explore the unique challenges of each form.5/5(3). Designed as a tool for individuals preparing to present literature through oral interpretation, the ideas apply to teachers, librarians, storytellers, actors, and parents.
Exercises suggest ways to connect to a literary text through physical and vocal means. Chapters are devoted to various types of literature Cited by: 1. Featuring a personal and direct writing style, Communicating Literature: An Introduction to Oral Interpretation: Emphasizes the focus of performance studies needs to retain the communicative intent in literature.
Each performance text should have an argument, a thesis, a premise, a theme, a communicative center/5(7). As an instructor for Oral Interpretation of Literature courses, I find Routledge’s publication of the Oral Interpretation text an outstanding resource.
While the text guides those new to oral interpretation, I have seen growth with students at various levels of experience with oral interpretation practices/5(14). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Modern Literature for Oral Interpretation: Practice Book for Vocal Expression. Gertrude Elizabeth Johnson. Century Company, - Oral interpretation - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hollister, Richard Dennis Teall, b. Literature for oral interpretation.
Ann Arbor, Mich., G. Wahr, In its 13 th Edition, the iconic Oral Interpretation continues to prepare students to analyze and perform literature through an accessible, step-by-step process.
New selections join classic favorites, and chapters devoted to specific genres—narrative, poetry, group performance, and more—explore the unique challenges of each form. Piece is how interpers, or competitors who compete in the interpretation events, refer to the literature that they are interpreting.
Piece is short for “piece of literature.” In the inter- pretation events, competitors use the words from works of literature to form a cutting, or script, that they use for performance.
“Oral interpretation of literature is when you take a piece of written word, so a play, a book, a poem, and you perform it as a spoken word,” said Cox, who completed her undergraduate degree at MBU in before moving on to Fontbonne University for a master’s degree in art and theater in For several assignments in your "Oral Interpretation of Literature" course, you will be asked to locate texts for presentation in class.
Depending on the assignment, you may be asked to find texts in printed books. In some cases, electronic sources may be : Benjamin Harris. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Start by marking “Communicating Literature: An Introduction To Oral Interpretation” as Want to Read: Want to /5(8). Bamman, Henry A.; And Others. This book provides teachers, children, and parents with knowledge about children's literature and the oral interpretation of it.
The procedures, suggestions, and resources in the book are intended to develop oral interpretation skills in the young reader and to assist the adult reader in improving his own by: 5.
The performance of literature discipline seems as vibrant and innovative as ever. The new sixth edition of Communicating Literature: An Introduction to Oral Interpretation reflects changes in the performance of literature since the first edition was published in The publication offers a communication-oriented definition of oral interpretation, a basic rudimentary statement of oral Price: $ Passages for Oral Interpretation of Literature This week, our high school Drama teacher asked me to help her students choose passages for an Oral Interpretation assignment.
She wants them to examine characterization by preparing a selection that Author: Sarah Ducharme. The study and instruction of Oral Interpretation has proud ownership over a long and, pardon the pun, storied history. This history dates to ancient Greece where minstrels would travel the city-states performing their poetry for royalty and rural.
The literature chosen may include any form of prose or poetry, fiction or non-fiction, except drama and strictly oratorical composition written to be delivered in. A story within a story; the overall narrator describes and presents a second storyteller.
Levels of usage. Formal, general (or informal), and informal (or colloquial), all three levels are forms of standard English usage. Modern literature for oral interpretation; practice book for vocal expression Modern literature for oral interpretation; practice book for vocal expression by Johnson, Gertrude Elizabeth Language English.
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Oral interpretation of literature. New York, McGraw-Hill  (OCoLC) Document Type. Sample for: Communicating Literature: An Introduction to Oral Interpretation - With Access Summary The new sixth edition of Communicating Literature: An Introduction to Oral Interpretation reflects changes in the performance of literature since the first edition was published in Book Edition: 6th Oral Interpretation of Literature explores the development of performance and vocal techniques in the oral presentation of all types of literature.
The use of variety in pitch, volume, tempo, and attitude is stressed in communication the author’s meaning through the reader to the audience. Following specific guidelines, most of theFile Size: KB.Free PDF Communicating Literature: An Introduction to Oral Interpretation, by LEWIS TODD V.
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