Students explore how characters and emotions are communicated through specific physical actions. To warm-up, students pantomime verbs and emotions then reflect on the actions associated with each movement. Then students work in pairs to create a short pantomimed scene with specific characters and actions to communicate who (character), what (action), and how (emotion). The audience records what they see based on the same criteria building vocabulary through observation. Designed to be taught in a sequence, this is lesson three of three: 1) The Super Expressive Body: Actions and Setting, 2) Tongue Twisting Diction, 3) Using Actions to Communicate Characters.