Multiple Script and Dialogue Options
What is it?
A means to provide alternative ways for individuals to interact with a script and deliver their dialogue.
Where is it found?
Make it yourself.
How do I use it?
This can be adapted to your students’ needs. You can create a large-print script, edit dialogue from existing scripts to make it more accessible for the actor playing the part, put dialogue into a student’s communication device, create prompt cards to aid in memory, consider having a shadow actor to drop in lines (standing nearby to say the lines to the actor before they say them to the audience), create physical cues (pairing movement with dialogue to make meaning), etc.