Wright Arts Camp: The Curriculum

Learn how to be a powerful performer on stage and in front of a camera, plus write your own scripts.
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  • Lectures 7
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 3/2015 English

Course Description

Have you ever wanted to become a more confident writer or performer? Are you bursting with creativity? This is the course for you! Appropriate for serious youth and adults interested in creative arts such as writing, theater, music, and film. Learn proven techniques to sharpen your writing skills so that you can ace your next standardized writing exam. Write your own script, and adapt it for the stage or film. Learn to sing like a pro and open your voice to sound like any singer on the radio. This course is created by a seasoned professional and national award-winning public speaker, vocalist, trombonist, and former high school English teacher. You will learn from the best, and walk away as a winner in every area of your life, plus gain maximum confidence in your ability as an artist.

What are the requirements?

  • Must have basic reading and writing skills

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Write a 5-paragraph creative essay using literary devices, dialogue, and transitional words.
  • Meet or exceed expectations on any state or federal standardized open-ended writing assessment.
  • Write a script for theater or film using the appropriate elements and formatting.
  • Speak extemporaneously on a topic on stage or in front of a camera.
  • Use appropriate body language, facial expressions, and vocal variation to convey a message.
  • Read sheet music and sing on key in a variety of musical genres.
  • Gain confidence and self-esteem when making a presentation or performing in front of others.

What is the target audience?

  • Must be able to read at a 4th grade level or above
  • Must have a desire to learn creative arts
  • Must have an outgoing personality, and not afraid to perform in front of a crowd

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


Section 1: Creative Writing
i Control Power Wright Essay Writing System (Part 1)
6 pages
i Control Power Wright Essay Writing System (Part 2)
7 pages
i Control Power Wright Essay Writing System (Part 3)
7 pages
i Control Power Wright Essay Writing System (Part 4)
13 pages
i Control Power Wright Essay Writing System (Part 5)
7 pages
Section 2: Persuasive Writing
i Control Argue Wright Essay Template & Instructional Guide
6 pages
Section 3: Narrative Writing
Characterization Elements Using Cory in The House
18 pages
Section 4: Script Writing

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Instructor Biography

Owner RK Armour, Owner at RK Armour Consulting

“RK" is the principal of RK Armour Consulting. Since the age of 15, she has been a paid motivational speaker, working with school districts across the U.S. RK earned her B.A. degree from Wilberforce University, majoring in mass media communications. In 2003, she was recognized and honored in Advertising Age Magazine's article, “Presenting 25 Superstars," as the nation's 25 most promising minority students in advertising. Eleven years later, she is making Black history as a rising star and entrepreneur providing job opportunities to youth and ex-felons, as featured on ABC Channel 7 News “Celebrating Black History" special. Her free and low-cost products and services are designed to empower the community by teaching grant-writing skills to small businesses and start-ups. In 2013, she was selected as a semi-finalist out of 2,800 applicants for the Black Male Achievement fellowship, a $70,000 start-up grant offered by Echoing Green. RK is the 2009 winner of the Avon Hello Tomorrow Fund $5,000 start-up grant for her literacy and public speaking program for girls in Bahama Village, Key West, Florida.

A vocalist and trombonist with over 23 years of musical experience, RK brings joy into the lives of others with her lively performances throughout the Midwest. She recently auditioned for NBC "The Voice" in 2015, and continues to volunteer at nursing homes for the sick and elderly.

She has written and produced several shows for stage, public access television and YouTube. She is seeking new talent to promote and coach for her newest series, "Street Idol."

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