St. Boniface Diocesan High School

Drama at SBDHS is a fun, half-credit course offered at each grade level where students are encouraged to develop their individual creativity and expression through the exploration of different dramatic forms. Classes are active and involve lots of physical movement – no sitting around here.

This course provides students with the opportunity to continue to develop, enhance and utilize their acting abilities through drama games, role playing, stage movement and improvisation. Learning will include vocal development, character analysis and drama designing. A class performance will be integrated into this course which will involve the practices of drama making, creating and connecting of dramatic content and responding to dramatic forms.

 

Drama 35S (0.5 credit)
Dept. of Ed. Code: 0252
Pre-requisite: None

 

This course provides students with the opportunity to continue to develop, enhance and utilize their acting abilities through drama games, role playing, stage movement and improvisation. Learning will include vocal development, character analysis and drama designing. A class performance will be integrated into this course which will involve the practices of drama making, creating and connecting of dramatic content and responding to dramatic forms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drama 45S (0.5 credit)
Dept. of Ed. Code: 0252
Pre-requisite: None

 

This course provides students with the opportunity to continue to develop, enhance and utilize their acting abilities through drama games, role playing, stage movement and improvisation. Learning will include vocal development, character analysis and 20th century drama movements. A class performance will be integrated into this course which will involve the practices of drama making, the creating and connecting of dramatic content and responding to dramatic forms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drama 15S (0.5 credit)
Dept. of Ed. Code:0239
Pre-requisite: None

The goal of this course is to provide students with the opportunity to develop, enhance, and utilize their acting abilities through drama games, role playing, stage movement, and improvisation. A class performance will be integrated into this course which will involve the practices of drama making, the creating and connecting of dramatic content, and responding to dramatic forms.

Drama 25S (0.5 credit)
Dept. of Ed. Code: 0252
Pre-requisite: None

This course provides students with the opportunity to develop, enhance, and utilize their acting abilities through drama games, role playing, stage movement, and improvisation. A class performance will be integrated into this course which will involve the practices of drama making, creating and connecting of dramatic content, and responding to dramatic forms.