Pitch Variation Script:
A short script that includes a range of emotions and vocal pitches,
allowing you to practice controlling your pitch to convey different feelings effectively."
[Scene 1: Morning Rush]
Alex wakes up to the sound of the alarm clock, already running late for work.
Oh no, I overslept again! I can't believe this is happening!
Alex hurriedly gets ready and rushes out the door.
[Scene 2: Friendly Encounter]
On the way to work, Alex bumps into an old friend, Jamie.
Alex (Surprised and happy):
Jamie! Wow, it's been so long! How have you been?
Life's been good, Alex. We should catch up soon.
[Scene 3: Work Frustration]
At work, Alex's boss confronts them about a mistake in a recent project.
Alex, I need to speak with you. There's an issue with the project you submitted yesterday.
Alex (Nervous and apologetic):
I'm so sorry, boss. I'll fix it immediately.
[Scene 4: Lunch Break Relief]
During lunch break, Alex meets up with their coworker, Sam.
Finally, a break. Sam, today has been so hectic!
Tell me about it! Let's enjoy our lunch and recharge.
[Scene 5: Evening Relaxation]
After a long day, Alex returns home and decides to unwind.
Ah, time to kick back and relax with a good book and some tea.
[Scene 6: Reflecting on the Day]
As the day comes to an end, Alex reflects on the events that unfolded.
Today was full of ups and downs, but I made it through. Tomorrow's a new day!
This script allows students to practice various emotions and vocal pitches, ranging from panicked and surprised to content and contemplative. The short scenes provide opportunities to shift between emotions, helping students work on their pitch variation skills.