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Art Assignment Full Template

Art Assignment Full Template

Use this PowerPoint template as a quick way to get your assignment ideas across. It sets out the assignment's Goal, Idea, Inspirations, End Result, and Grading Expectations. Just edit and print. This assignment template comes with a printable that is super helpful for developing ideas in a sketchbook and showing evidence of idea exploration. Completed with an AQA Assesment Objective Rubric for Key Stage 3 - 5. More art lesson ideas at FeedingStickFigures.com
Feeding_Stick_Figures
iMovie Skills Progression (Film Making)

iMovie Skills Progression (Film Making)

This document is for any age group and shows the progression of skills to be used for film making using iMovie. It can be adapted to be used with any film making apps and platforms. There are around 6-8 hours worth of resources here.
ferrycaptain
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! An Assembly about Plastic Pollution.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! An Assembly about Plastic Pollution.

This is an assembly I wrote for my year 4 class production that got good reviews from the critics (parents, teachers and children!) who watched it. It could be adapted in any way you want, including for any year group in Key Stage 2 or Key Stage 3. The pack contains the following: - a Microsoft Word script (with space on the left to write children's names) and a PDF version; - a PowerPoint which has all the pictures and videos in the correct order; - and the original video files themselves (because you'll need them to link to the PowerPoint if you want it to play automatically - I couldn't find a way to do it because I converted it from a Google Slides document). Reduce, reuse, recycle!
d_bunyan
Comedy - Charlie Chaplin

Comedy - Charlie Chaplin

A week's worth of lessons (4) on silent movies, with a focus on Charlie Chaplin. Includes a full PowerPoint presentation, a sequencing activity, an activity requiring students to read facial expressions, and a comprehension activity.
QTPie
Be Careful What You Wish For - class script and workshop activities

Be Careful What You Wish For - class script and workshop activities

When a group of children stumble into an abandoned castle, they soon realise they are not alone. Greeted by wishes on the walls, gate keepers and a some blank pages, the group are granted one wish each, but some put more thought into it than others... This 25 play is suitable as a class read for workshopping, or as a script for performance. It's accompanied by a empathy based workshop entitled 'Facing Your Fears' with lots of drama exercises and activities for the group. *performance rights for the script must be purchased via the publisher: http://www.lazybeescripts.co.uk/Authors/Author.aspx?iIA=446
jbous
Drama Literacy Mat

Drama Literacy Mat

Improve student key vocabulary and literacy skills in Drama. Works KS3, KS4 and KS5 in developing terminology for written tasks and exams. Ideal for a display board or literacy mat.
rachels4793
Live Theatre Literacy Mat

Live Theatre Literacy Mat

A simple literacy mat designed to help GCSE students to write live theatre reviews/evaluations. The OCR GCSE Spec has been used to help create this, however I'm certain it can be used for other specifications as well. Designed to be a 'prompt' for students rather than a 'how to write' resource.
BeccaBecca1
Drama Cover Lessons

Drama Cover Lessons

It happens to the best of us: we are ill or we have to be absent from school. We have to set some work for the students to do. The problem is that most people who have to cover Drama lessons aren’t specialists and some hate what Drama lessons usually entail – students moving around and making noise. This resource is designed to help you out. The first section is five lesson outlines for a non-specialist to use. Print out the outline for the cover teacher and he/she should be able to do it without fuss. The second section is six script ideas because some teachers refuse to allow students to move around the room. Working in groups, the students write scripts that can then be rehearsed and performed when you return to the classroom. Although designed for eleven to thirteen-year-olds, several of the ideas can be adapted for younger or older students.
Tave
ROLE-PLAY: HANDOUT

ROLE-PLAY: HANDOUT

A compact review of role play organized for quick referencing. A handout that explains the steps followed for planning a role play. It also includes a rubric for assessment. Teachers can use this cheat sheet as a ready reference material to remind the learners about the elements of a role play, thereby helping them to enhance their speaking skills.
john421969
Living Under One Roof - short video

Living Under One Roof - short video

The Living Under One Roof monologue, written and produced by Lorna Holder captures and presents the oral histories (real voice) of Dorothy, from Africa who migrated to England during the early 1960s. This is a useful resource for teachers and students to help develop their knowledge and understanding of the global movement of families and communities. Living Under One Roof went global being chosen by Cultures France for the 2009 installation Encounters of Bamako/African Photography Biennial in Mali. This short video is performed in English with French subtitles Age coding: 11–18 Subjects: Citizenship, Drama, Modern History
tuareg