Drama : DIY TV Program Reflection

During drama class, our class did “DIY TV Program”. I worked with Mayuho, and our topic was “making an origami frog”. Our target audience was age 8 to 10.

I think my best skill was considering steps taken, energy, and jargon, and trivia. This is because Mayuho and I tried to clearly organize the idea first, then we explained making an origami frog step by step. Also, I think equipment and resources were also good, because we brought origami to the class and made our DIY TV Program much better by showing every step in front of the audience. Lastly, we could show confidence and energy because we memorized most of the script before presenting. I tried not to be nervous even though I made a little bit of mistake.

2. I think I should improve on “time order”. While explaining making an origami frog, it took some time to show and explain at the same time. Therefore, for some parts, it took longer than it had to be. I think it made the audience a little bored because they had to wait until we finished preparing and folding. However, I felt happy that the audience stayed focus on our DIY TV program.

Here is our DIY TV Program. Enjoy! :

7C Drama: DIY Programs5 from YIS Arts on Vimeo.

I think Eileen, Saya, and Ayana‘s DIY TV Program was good because their topic was interesting for me, and they were confident.

7C Drama: DIY Programs3 from YIS Arts on Vimeo.

Also, Here is a document that I planned for the DIY TV program.

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