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Blood Brothers Knowledge Organiser for Key Stage 4 Drama (OCR)

Blood Brothers Knowledge Organiser for Key Stage 4 Drama (OCR)

A knowledge organiser to assist knowledge of Willy Russell's Blood Brothers. This coincides with the new GCSE OCR Specification and expectations. Aids students knowledge and learning of the play and acts as a revision tool too. Focusing on the plot, characters (in great detail), stage configuration and genre, playwright, themes and keywords.

By csims6

Shakespeare Drama Knowledge Organiser for Key Stage 3

Shakespeare Drama Knowledge Organiser for Key Stage 3

Knowledge Organiser created for Key Stage 3 Shakespeare in Drama. Focusing on Genre, Playwright, Design and Technical, Stage Configuration and the history of the Globe, also including Drama Skills and techniques. This is used as a help and guidance sheet for students whilst studying the topic.

By csims6

Year 1 Hansel and Gretel Week 2 Talk 4 Writing plan to familiarise children with the story.

Year 1 Hansel and Gretel Week 2 Talk 4 Writing plan to familiarise children with the story.

Week 2 plan for Talk 4 Writing Hansel and Gretel for Year 1 children. This is planned as a rotation of 5 activities but the activities could be carried out as a whole class, one activity on each day. The activities are: making story characters with lolly sticks and creating backgrounds for the stick puppets, recording warning messages on ipads, making warning posters , creating maps and writing sentences from the story.

By LazyEva