6 edition of A guide to oral interpretation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Louise M. Scrivner, Dan Robinette.|
|Contributions||Robinette, Dan, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||PN4145 .S3 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 270 p. :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||79011940|
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A guide to oral interpretation Paperback – January 1, by Louise M Scrivner (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Louise M Scrivner.
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Scrivner, Dan Robinette. This book gives a comprehensive overview of oral interpretation. It covers analyzing the selection, breath control posture, and theories of interpretation. I got this book because I am interested in Reader's Theater, and it is covered in it.
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GUIDE FOR ORAL INTERPRETATION (Adapted from Basics of Speech by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill ) Although the term. oral interpretation.
may be new to you, the experience of interpreting literature is part of everyday life. Lawyers read evidence to a jury. Pastors read. Book Description. 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. Oral Interpretation on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(1). Oral interpretation-which includes prose, poetry, dramatic interpretation, humorous interpretation, and duo interpretation- is one of the most practical, usable forms of drama.
Presenting oral interpretation is, in many ways, a great deal harder than regular acting. Interpretation cannot be learned from a book alone, but only through a combination of study and steady practice. However, it is hoped that the exercises in this book will help the student interpreter determine what techniques she or he needs to concentrate on.
Although interpretation is an oral skill, it contains an element of composition. A Step By Step Guide To. The Exercises. Table Of Contents. Exercise 1. The Basic Stance • Exercise 2. The Vocal Check • 5.
Exercise 3. Shoulder Raises • 6. Exercise 4. Head Rolls • Exercise 5. The Drop Down • Exercise 6. Touching Sound •. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scrivner, Louise M. Guide to oral interpretation. New York, Odyssey Press  (OCoLC) Document Type. Oral Interpretation is the process by which words are pulled from the page and given dimension in a reader’s voice and body.
Practitioners of oral interpretation bring stories to life, serving as a vehicle for the messages of the text. Some scholars argue that readers should unlock the meanings intended by the author (the vehicle should be empty) while others believe the meanings of texts. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open : An oral interpretation can apply to any type of writing, from poetry to prose, from fiction to non-fiction, from humorous to dramatic.
The performer 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. Oral Interpretation "Oral interpretation" may be defined as developing skills in reading quality literature aloud.
Use this guide to find texts in the LPC library and web resources for oral interpretation. Title & Author – What is the name of the selection and who wrote the selection.
If you wrote the selection, it’s often best practice to use a pseudonymn for the introduction. This information is usually delivered at the very end of the introduction, prior to returning to the interpretation of literature.
Oral Interpretation or Prose/ Poetry. Oral Interpretation, one of the oldest events in forensics, is an individual category in which a student performs (usually alter-nating) selections of prose and poetry. The event requires students to present selections while holding the “manuscript ” a c, opy of the.
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Oral interpretation. Here are entered works on understanding and appreciation of various forms of literature through oral presentation.
Works on the art and technical skill of reading aloud are entered under Oral reading. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms.1. Browse the PZ1 section of the book stacks where modern short story anthologies are shelved.
2. Search the online catalog for short stories by author. 3. Search by subject using Library of Congress (LC) Subject Headings. Examples: Short stories -- American. American fiction -- 20th century. This piece was entered in Program Oral Interpretation, and received first place at the Hawai'i Speech and Debate State Championships, and qualified to .