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Drama Bell Activity Booklet

Drama Bell Activity Booklet

This bell activity booklet contains 9 drama word searches presented in a booklet form. There is also an answer booklet showing where all of the answers are for each word search. Topics include costume, lighting, set, explorative strategies, voice, movement, genre, elements and mediums.

By n_good77

Drama Cover Lessons Bundle 1

Drama Cover Lessons Bundle 1

Included in this bundle are 10 KS3 Drama cover lessons and 5 "Blood Brothers" Cover lessons. These lessons can also be used as a one off lesson as all include lesson objectives and tasks. Some lessons will require you to print the stimulus, but this is referenced in the lesson.

By n_good77

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7 Lesson Scheme for Frankenstein (Mary Shelley) for KS2/KS3

7 Lesson Scheme for Frankenstein (Mary Shelley) for KS2/KS3

Here is a 7 Lesson scheme for Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, looking at the novel in some detail, focusing on many key scenes, characters and context. It also looks at some of the techniques used by the writer, as well as a drama activity and writing activities with some assessment questions for KS2 and KS3 learners which can be adapted or modified when needed.

By teachsureenglish

Year 7 introduction to Drama

Year 7 introduction to Drama

This unit is designed to introduce students to Drama for the first time - there are also notes for each slide for anyone who hasn't taught Drama before / some extra thoughts and ideas from our own teaching of this unit. Please feel free to adapt it - it's completed in power point form to make it as easy to use as possible. On each slide, there is a title that tells students whether they are learning something new, developing their skills or compounding their knowledge. Most tasks are quite flexible but there is enough information in the power point to use as is. The only resource required are some post its but scraps of paper would also do. This unit assesses their ability to collaborate and make basic use of fundamental drama skills but there are chances for formative assessment in the 'summary' or 'discussion' sections. I've left lesson numbers and timings off so teachers / students can go through at their own pace but you might want to add this.

By naomi_demon

Drama GCSE CIE new spec

Drama GCSE CIE new spec

A full year's work going through all the drama skills, assessment criteria and written evaluations that you will need. I used it last year and it worked well for me. Hopefully this powerpoint will save you a bit of time. Any improvements, please do let me know. Thanks.

By jbfrussell

KS2 Comparing People and Places Bundle

KS2 Comparing People and Places Bundle

A collection of KS2 resources on the topic of comparing people and places. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

Lower Key Stage 2 Literacy Bundle!

Lower Key Stage 2 Literacy Bundle!

An array of detailed, differentiated and interactive Units of work to suit a variety of learners. These include planning, resources and Powerpoints to support in: Adverts, Autobiographies, Authors and Letters, Performance Poetry, Report writing, Shape poems and Calligrams and Stories with issues and Dilemmas.

By kep1987

Murder is Never Pleasant

Murder is Never Pleasant

A complete Murder Mystery Script for a Performance where the audience have the opportunity to guess the identity of the Murderer before it is revealed by the Inspector in spectacular style. The script, a lively Murder Mystery for a cast of twenty different characters is suitable for Middle and High school students who are able to concentrate on building confidence in characterisation through dialect, and voice projection, through this traditional, one location play. There is humour within the dialogue which can be developed alongside grown-up character relationships, in a play which introduces young students to the mechanisms of 20th century Murder Mystery Drama. The Play is written with a large cast of 20, in order to accommodate larger school class sizes, though roles could double for a smaller cast, and adjustments could be made to final revelation scene to accommodate this. The roles as written requires 12 Male, and 8 Female characters. I have taught this twice, and the parent audience enjoyed the performance and seeing their children imitate grown up characters. We rehearsed it for a complete term and a half and performed it just before a holiday. The children really got into the plot, and also provided many ideas of their own for props and costume. Many spent time researching by watching detective shows to help them develop a particular character.

By HPlester

Drama Resource Pack

Drama Resource Pack

This booklet is packed full of drama games, tasks, workshops and a variety of ideas adaptable to any lesson. It also includes monologues, concentration builders and confidence boosting tasks. It provides helpful tips and advice for each activity including age ranges, ability and group sizes. It is so useful for primary teachers to have to hand in the classroom! Accessible for ages 5 to 11 years. I created this myself as my final project for University and I use it regularly in my classroom - my colleagues do to.

By Joannem08

GCSE Drama Crime SoL

GCSE Drama Crime SoL

Introduces students to drama techniques and explorative strategies. 7 lessons, although could be developed over longer.

By ladyflet