|Year of offer||2017|
|Subject level||Graduate coursework|
|Fees||Subject EFTSL, Level, Discipline & Census Date|
This subject will provide students with the opportunity to study a variety of texts which follow a traditional form of dramatic action, dialogic interaction and narrative logic.
Intended learning outcomes
On completing this subject students will:
• have learned and applied various approaches to working with text from the initial read, through to rehearsal/practice and performance;
• have analysed the relationship between voice, speech and text;
• have an understanding of the actor’s/speaker’s vocal needs within the context of the rehearsal and performance process.
On completing this subject students will have:
• a capacity for self-directed learning and the motivation for continued skills and professional development in voice;
• an advanced level of oral and written communication;
• a capacity to manage competing demands on time;
• an appreciation of the team approach to learning in complex areas;
• a capacity to participate fully in collaborative learning and to confront unfamiliar problems;
• initiated and implemented a constructive change to the knowledge and skills base in voice within their communities, including professions and workplaces;
• an advanced understanding of the underpinning knowledge in voice skills;
• an ability to develop creative and imaginative vocal techniques which promote safe healthy practices;
• an ability to promote evidence-based practice in the implementation of a voice program;
• excellent interpersonal and decision-making skills, including an awareness of personal strengths and limitations;
• an ability for critical and creative thinking, with an aptitude for continued self-directed learning;
• an advanced knowledge of voice techniques.