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TAI 170 Work - Joseph Wilmot TAI 170 7-10-10 Classmate...

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Joseph Wilmot TAI 170 7-10-10 Classmate Critical Analysis The classmate that I assigned to critically critic was Nana Adomako who did a section of reading from the story, “The Somebody.” When presenting these stories it is important to put some sort of movement in that will draw the audience in and bring the text to life. Nana seemed to be really relaxed when he was presenting, no shaking, no bad habits, and no stuttering. It seemed as if the whole performance came natural. There was a little swaying in the performance, but I thought that in doing that it helped add animation to the story. I would say it didn’t negatively impact the presentation, but went right along with it, besides I thought it was intentional. Some of the gestures that Nana did were moving his hands to explain the story and changing facial expression to the emotion that was being read from the story. The gestures defiantly fit into the performance and enhanced it. One thing that I noticed when I was watching this performance was the different
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course TAI 170 taught by Professor Damman during the Summer '08 term at Central Mich..

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TAI 170 Work - Joseph Wilmot TAI 170 7-10-10 Classmate...

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