These set of printable 88 Character Tactics Cards comes with 3 suggested uses for the cards:
- Tactics to reach objectives
- Character Tactics Improvisation
- Script Work
But can be used in so many more theatrically strategic ways!
For advanced character and script work, understanding character tactics is vital. UK and US spelling included.
Example Character Tactics prompts:
- to Assure
- to Blame
- to Challenge
- to Frustrate
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"Another great resource!"
"Thank you for this. Simplified the start to my year."
"This is a great game to use to review tactics. It also works for exploring possible tactics that students can use when working on a scene. It is more user friendly that the acting verb list."
Within each Drama Card set from Drama Trunk you will find prompts suitable for various levels (beginner to advanced) and age groups and I suggest having a quick flick through before the class and taking out more advanced or beginner prompts (depending on the class and year level). Most are suitable for all of the grade levels listed.
Combine the use of multiple drama or improv card sets for even more drama and improv activities, challenges and ideas (you will have a HUGE amount of activities ready to go when needed)!