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Dialogue Coaching for Voice Training: Practical Applications of Linguistic Theory

Class at Faculty of Arts |

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Short Description of Lessons:

1. Mistakes are Good: Introduction to Course and Core Concepts (student survey, group work, readings)

2. Text Analysis: Commercial Sides (analyzing your subjects for voice, range, and character types)

3. Text Analysis: Commercial Sides (motivation theory, reading techniques, breathing and finding your voice)

4. Text Analysis: Commercial Sides (practical group workshop, memory types, memorization techniques)

5. Text Analysis: Monologues (L2 Anxiety and the three “Self” systems, building vocabulary)

6. Text Analysis: Monologues (Alexander technique, matching an actor, body relaxation techniques)

7. Text Analysis: Monologues (working within limitations, technology: Skype lessons, Stoicism in teaching)

8. Text Analysis: Fox in Sox (phonetics, IPA, personalizing word games, pros and cons of “tongue twisters”)

9. Text Analysis: Dialogues (individual differences, reading with a subject, personalizing the text)

10. Text Analysis: Dialogues (Casting Directors, casting confidence, Self-taping technologies and techniques)

11. Text Analysis: Dialogues (group workshop, filming scenes and in-class analysis, private subject assign.)

12. Review period (student presentation of findings: private subject, review of concepts)

13. Final Evaluation and Interview

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This course will cover a brief overview of applicable aspects of Linguistic theory in each lesson followed by practical application with hands-on activities based on real-world experience in the theater and film industries.

Instructional Objectives​:

Students will have a reinforced knowledge of the Linguistic theory offered in the course. We will read together scientific articles from international journals and personal accounts from actors and directors. We will learn how to work with actors on a range of practical dialogue skills. While there will be some lectures in the course, they will be interactive and aimed at students developing their own concepts.

I should expect the students to possess a general knowledge in Theoretical Linguistics and Teaching

Methodologies. Students should also have a basic to developed concept of their bachelor theses. Students will be expected to work outside of class at least one lesson with an actor on the L2 of their choice. Dialogue

Coaching activities and texts written by the instructor will be provided, as well as links to articles and recommended literature.

This course will be applicable for students interested in:

● Teaching English as a Foreign Language

● Dialogue Coaching for Film and Theater

● Speech Therapy and Speech Pathology

● Improving their relationship with private subjects and students

● Applying their Linguistic studies to their future profession

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