This is a complete SOW with 7 Lessons. Each lesson is practical and works on developing devising skills while learning a new drama convention every lesson. They have different types of stimulus each lesson ranging from pictures, music and videos. There is a powerpoint and resources for each lesson and a step by step guide to the devising process in each lesson.
Portfolio booklet for GCSE drama costume design candidates. Designed for AQA Component 3 but also helpful for OCR 03, Edexcel C2 and Eduqas C2 Design candidates can work through this comprehensive booklet whilst performers are rehearsing. The booklet meets the 2020 alternative evidence requirements for AQA GCSE Drama component 3. Included is a PDF version for quick and accurate printing and an editable Microsoft Word version.
A fun, group activity to create a live TV advert. The powerpoint will introduce your students to terms such as product, brand name, slogan and jingle. Scope for comedy, role play, use of music, props, costume, song and dance (if desired!) Can be taught over two to three lessons resulting in performance and evaluation and provides the opportunity for students to make their product, source costumes and music to use for homework.
Brand New KS3 DRAMA Escape Room Virtual Escape Room by Cre8tive Resources! Let your drama students become Codebreakers and try to escape the theatre by taking the right door! Perfect for a lesson with no tables (or just put out 6 Team tables). This lasts an hour or under depending on how quick the teams can solve each puzzle! Students love this style of lesson, great as an educational treat for your class. C8/ES/20 Perfect for engaging those boys we all know and love to teach :) How can this resource be adapted for social distancing? Upload / send the sheets digitally so students can work independently through them (don’t use the keys or PPT tracker if so) Could use as part of a Recovery Curriculum Set the 7 Puzzles for Homework Pairs instead of groups ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ Product Contents: ☞ Escape Room Interactive Tracker PowerPoint - Keeps the competitive nature on display ☞ Escape Room Puzzle Keys (Six Sets for Six Teams) ☞ Escape Room Team sheet - Record codes, answers clues as they progress through the 7 rooms ☞ Escape Room Puzzles (7 Rooms = 7 Different styles of Puzzles involving numeracy, literacy and lateral thinking) ☞ Teacher Answer Sheet - Quickly confirm to teams they have solved the puzzle correctly ☞ Teacher instructions of how to set up the escape room and what to print and top tips and shortcuts. ☞ Successful Escape Certificates for those that complete the entire challenge (There is a difficult bonus escape too :) for any quick teams ☞ The 7 Rooms each have a specific Puzzle that has been adapted to suit the topic of this Escape Room and is suitable to KS3 and KS4 Student ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ You may want to check out some of our other great DRAMA resources: Dramatic Works and Theories Christmas Drama Escape Room Stage Production Drama Christmas Bundle Greek Theatre Top Selling Drama Escape Twelfth Night Why is reading Important Assembly
Hello All, Within this resource you will be able to access all of the resources for a drama careers display board. In the past my resources have been published by National Drama the UK’s leading national body for drama teachers. I hope you enjoy this resource and if you need any assistance with it, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Regards, Ryan
This is for GCSE Drama. This scheme uses Satanislavski’s system to help students select from a variety of monologues to performance. This has been designed for remote or face to face. It does use Eduqas assessment criteria, but can be easily adapted.
The overall aims of this scheme of work is to encourage students to be more creative in their devised performances. This SOW is aimed at KS3 and would be perfect for a Year 8 or Year 9 class. It could also be adapted for a younger class or GCSE. The aims of the SOW include: learn what a stimulus is explore a range of auditory stimuli respond to a range of auditory stimuli devise performances to music work with a section of script complete a practical assessment complete a written assessment The PowerPoint is ready to be used in lessons and all resources are included in the slides. It includes 7 lessons. *I do not own any of the media, images, script or music used in unit of work
This is a bundle of Drama home learning resources that have been used with KS3 students - but could be easily adapted to KS4. There are 8 weeks of content - with each week giving students an option of tasks to select from.
This super bundle includes over 120 activities on Noughts and Crosses that can be used as individual DNA/homework tasks, revision and home learning packs, or cover work. With a scene by scene breakdown, (with at least one activity per scene) tasks explore character and script analysis. AQA exam questions are embedded throughout with a focus on both performers and designers (lighting, costume,sound and staging/set).
Ideal for teaching in a traditional classroom rather than a studio. Six lesson scheme of work about Theatre Design. Each lesson focuses on one of four design elements - Lighting, Make-up, Costume and Set. Students are encouraged to draw, annotate and write about their design choices. There is a different play every lesson to encourage students to consider how different genres prompt the use of different techniques by designers. Lessons include: descriptions of 4 Theatre Design roles lists of key questions to consider when writing about design literacy puzzles to consolidate key subject language numeracy challenges inspired by managing a budget Summary of the ‘play of the day’ short script extracts annotation tasks homework research task.
This is a fully loaded 15 lesson scheme of work that is an enjoyable, engaging, active and fun introduction to drama. Ideal for use at the start of a new academic year or for any class that are unfamiliar with the basic conventions of drama. Not only will students enjoy a range of practical activities, they will also learn a whole host of important drama skills which will make them strong, well rounded performers. Lessons in the scheme run as follows: Lessons 1-3 - Drama games - 20 games, fully explained, that are guaranteed winners for any group Lesson 4 - Voice work Lesson 5 - Freeze Frames Lesson 6 - Thought Tracking Lesson 7 - Mime Lesson 8 - Levels and Proxemics Lesson 9 - Soundscaping / Off Stage Drama Lesson 10 - Mime Lesson 11 and 12 - Improvisation and Developing a Concept Lessons 13 and 14 - Rehearsal - highly structured lesson with guidance on good rehearsing. Choice of 3 assessment tasks for teacher to choose from Lesson 15 - Performance and Evaluation (evaluation can take the form of an extended activity to be completed in a separate lesson) The scheme now includes a series of knowledge organisers that you can use with your students to revisit key concepts! Ideal for less experienced teachers and non-subject specialists as well as more experienced drama teachers. Engaging and fun PowerPoints with very little adaptation required. Tasks are accompanied by supporting notes where necessary so that all tasks are easy to follow and teach. A complete and fully resourced scheme of work designed to engage students from lesson 1 and make Drama the subject they all talk about! Ideal for building strong, well rounded and skilled performers. Would suit key stage 2, 3 and 4. For some reason the preview feature doesn’t seem to work properly on some of the resources but they all download fine and are formatted correctly when downloaded. If you loved the resource and think it’s worth 5*, why not get another one absolutely free? Simply leave your review, email email@example.com with your TES username and the free resource you would like and your free resource* will be sent over right away! free resource cannot exceed value of original purchase
A 7 lesson scheme of learning aimed at Key Stage 3. Designed as an introductory SOL for Drama covering theatrical conventions such as still image, soundscapes, thoughts aloud and also physical theatre. Darkwood Manor is a murder mystery SOL and gets students to take on the role of an investigator to discover what happened to Mr Darkwood. Pack includes 7 PPTS, a working document, assessment criteria grids and additional AFL resources to use with the students in the classroom.
This is 5 weeks worth of home learning activities for KS3 Drama students and includes different activities for year 7 and 8 students . Each week has an appreciation, creative and performing task for students to select from and submit. Some of the creative tasks have been inspired/adapted from work from other practitioners. Each activity has an explicate intention for students to support intent>implement> impact. :)
This 6 lesson scheme of work focuses on different well known fairy tales and ways of telling stories, and is an ideal introduction to Drama for KS2 or KS3 learners or to work with a lower ability KS3 group. The detailed lessons use Must, Should, Could learning objectives and would be useful to a non-specialist teacher. The scheme aims to develop pupils understanding of a variety of drama techniques as well as allow lots of opportunity to develop confidence in creating and performing. There are lessons on genre, writing in role, using freeze-frames, hot-seating and becoming news reporters live at the scene where a meteor has landed. I’ve included lots of resources for you including some that are differentiated.
Cover lesson task for KS3 drama pupils. The task is scaffolded so that pupils can complete it independently with little to no input from the teacher making it perfect for lessons covered by non-specialists. Pupils work through simple tasks on the sheet to help them to organise ideas for a play before they write their own script (e.g. ‘A genre or topic that interest me is:’; 'My play will be set in the following place: '; etc). This could be completed over more than one lesson to allow pupils to develop their writing and create longer scripts. They could then work practically to create scenes of scripted drama using their own or each other’s work. Pupil ownership / engagement: Top writing tip from David Walliams’ radio talk with Chris Evans on BBC Radio 2 (paraphrased) Scope for pupils to write about whatever genre, topic, characters, setting etc that interests them **Challenges: ** Use stage directions. Use different vocabulary for each character to show their individual personalities. What does a play look like? Format your work like a professional playwright would! **Resources required: ** Pens / pencils, paper or workbooks, the worksheet provided OR Computers / laptops for pupils to type their work & the worksheet provided (alternatively it could be emailed to pupils to save trees… we all <3 trees!)
Full scheme of work and lesson resources for The Watson’s play by Laura Wade. Notes are in the power point slides to help teachers with tasks if needed. Feel free to follow the structure or adapt to suit your class and their learning needs.
The resource consists of six Power Point Lessons: Lesson 1 -To understand what a stereotype character. Lesson 2 - To understand interrogation and hot-seating. Lesson 3- To understand what cross-cutting is and how is it useful in drama. Lesson 4- To devise a clear plot within a performance. Lesson 5- Rehearsing your Murder Mystery. Lesson 6 - Assessment Performing your Murder Mystery.
An updated version as the last version I put on here didn't upload properly. Hope you find it a useful tool. It has lots of information on the GCSE Drama Edexcel Specification but can be adapted for other specs too. Please feel free to feedback any comments or advice on how it could be further improved. Thanks Nicky
A simple wordsearch which can be used as a homework task or a filler.
lots of drama games to develop speaking and listening, teamwork, confidence, self-esteem, concentration.
drama used with challenging learners to identify needs, responsibilities ect