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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
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Hedda Gabler - Detailed Notes

Hedda Gabler - Detailed Notes

Essay plans/detailed revision notes for the set and ALL characters in Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen. Including historical background, costume, audience response and more.
Eviefbuller
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
Shakespeare- Much Ado about Nothing- Act 4 Analysis

Shakespeare- Much Ado about Nothing- Act 4 Analysis

A lesson based on ACT 4 - Much Ado About Nothing aimed at a higher ability class but could be easily adapted. The lesson includes: - An imagery based starter - A class discussion on shame - A YouTube link to the scene - An analysis of language and structure used in Act 4 - How is language and structure used to present the relationship between Beatrice and Benedick? With supported tasks for lower ability and challenge task for higher ability. -Self assessment -Glossary
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