The FULL Index includes additional categories to help educators: Possible Initial Emotion, Possible Shift to Emotion; Possible Location, and Possible Themes and Issues. These are provided both for quick reference and to help actors stretch into using a broad set of emotions. But these added categories are also helpful in the event that you are working to guide the student toward a certain topic, or guide them away from something that may be upsetting to them or "too close to home". You can see these categories in the downloadable PDF.
The Index can be an even better tool when you can sort or organize it in the way that works best for you. Email us via the contact form to request either of two versions, one for MAC users and one that works for those using PC programs. You will be able to help the student search for monologues by Estimated Run Time, by Title, by Character Age Range, or any of the other categories.
Below you will find a list of Anchor Standards that The Monologue Method meets. A separate will follow, providing details on the anchor standards that are represented in each individual Bridge (lesson or starting activity). If you would like a list based on your specific state, please email or call us so we can better understand your needs.
Curriculum links --- TO BE UPDATED SOON- Please check back
The Monologue Method -
1. Clarifying Objective and Conflict
2. Group Script Analysis
4. Emotion Shifts
5. Physicality and Circumstance
6. Yours Truly
7. Enhanced Backstory
8. Filling the Space
9. The Next Scene
10. Watercolor Characters
11. Contemporary Characters
12. Emotional Power of Music
13. Costume Design and Collaboration
14. Award Winners
15. Theme and Impact