In your groups half the group will write
sentences or phrases on sticky notes telling what the King says to the
The other half write sentences or phrases
telling what they think the Archduke says to the King.
Put the sticky notes on a large piece of
chart paper. Invite another group to join you and they take their sentences
or phrases with them.
Divide the paper in two with a large space in
the middle so that you can put the phrases that are similar in the middle.
Now get one person to read or take turns reading out the Kings lines and the
rest of the group decide if that phrase is better at the bottom of the
column, middle or top. Finish the King- remember to park the similar sayings
in the centre of the paper. Now do the same for the Archduke.
Decide if one saying from the centre of the
large chart paper should be read as a chorus (ostinato) or should
several be read by the whole group.
Now each member take one or two pieces of
paper in the order that the group agreed they should be read. Form a line of
people so that One King alternates with one Archduke line.
You may want one person to move from person
to person to repeat the chorus of the King and one person to say the chorus
of the Archduke or you may decide that you all read the chorus. It is
Have the groups present the Choral Montage.