Drama in Catholic WorshipQuick View

Drama in Catholic Worship

This is a full lesson on new EDEXCEL specification A, Unit 4 Forms of expression and Ways of life. It contains lesson objectives, differentiated outcomes, links to SMSC, engaging do now activity, worksheets, differentiated tasks, exam question, peer assessment, self improvement, plenary, structure strip
Drama Reports TemplateQuick View

Drama Reports Template

A template with citations for Outstanding, Good, Satisfactory and Unsatisfactory. Particular words are highlighted to make it easier for you to adapt to your own subject, students, targets and words. There are also sentence starters to help you compose your own report and a long list of preset targets that you can use. Examples below: • Answer more frequently in the lesson or volunteer to model work in the lesson. • Using drama vocabulary, give feedback to your peers. • Change the pitch, tone, volume and speed of your voice in order to develop a character.
CHARACTER CARDS Drama CardsQuick View


This set of 259 Character Cards comes with 3 suggested activities (Character Scenes; Monologues; Bus Stop) but can be used in so many more ways. Enhance creativity, storytelling and character development with these versatile cards. NEVER BE STUCK FOR A DRAMA ACTIVITY AGAIN! ************ DRAMA CARD BUNDLE *************** The following 17 DRAMA TRUNK card sets come with at least 2 suggested activities and are available INDIVIDUALLY or as a CLASSIC BUNDLED SET: • Characters • Quirky Characters • Dramatic Deaths • Lines • Mimes • Locations • Genres • Pictures • Silly Superheroes • Titles • Moods • Movement • Mannerisms • Character Switches • Vocal Styles • Time Periods • Characteristics ************ MORE DRAMA CARDS *************** Check out more Drama Cards available at my store (only available individually), including: • Great Escapes • Forbidden Word Scenes • Olympic Events • Drama Shoes • Theatre Styles (FREE) • Famous Characters • Historical Events • World Destinations + MORE DRAMA CARDS ARE A DRAMA TEACHER'S BEST FRIEND! Just print, laminate and cut out a set of versatile drama cards that you can use over and over again. I cannot count how many times and ways I have used these cards – absolutely my most handy drama resource. Use DRAMA TRUNK cards for tons of creative, fun, imaginative, any day activities, including: •Drama games (including last minute activities) •Warm ups •Team building and cooperation activities •Improvisation / quick thinking •Audition / rehearsal activities •Language activities •Guided learning •Listening skills •Inspiration •Storytelling Combine the use of multiple cards for even more activities, challenges and ideas (you will have a HUGE amount of drama activities ready to go when needed). Stay tuned to my store DRAMA TRUNK for more fantastic drama resources (coming soon) – from drama activities and classes for little people; primary school level drama; secondary curriculum and more... Happy Teaching!
Drama Club Lesson PlansQuick View

Drama Club Lesson Plans

Three lesson plans for your drama club or youth theatre. Easy to follow, with clear instructions for warm-up games, main activities, and endgames. Covers ice-breakers, name games, freezes, movement and thought-tracking. Each lesson gives the aims, space required and resources needed. Brilliant as a starting point for new drama practitioners, or those who need 'pick up and go' resources. Please leave a review if you found this resource useful, thank you.
101 Drama Games and ActivitiesQuick View

101 Drama Games and Activities

Ideal as activities for drama lessons and group work, this big pack of activities include ice breakers, warm ups, mime and movement, improvisation, concentration, group work, storytelling and rehearsal and will be sure to get your students engaged and enthused.
Anti-Bullying DramaQuick View

Anti-Bullying Drama

A presentation on Bullying with lots of role play ideas and scenarios to act out e.g. Hot Seating, Freeze Frames and Walking Tunnels - it includes a video describing what bullying is - All supported with Widget Symbols
Blood Brothers Drama Revision BookletQuick View

Blood Brothers Drama Revision Booklet

A 35 page revision booklet on the musical Blood Brothers by Willy Russell. It was written to support Drama written exam components- Originally based on OCR but will work with other exam boards. The booklet covers-Key Words, Plot and Structure, Themes, Social, Historical and Cultural Context, Genre, Style and Conventions, Characters, Performance Space, Set, Costume, Props, Sound and Lighting Design and Direction of Key Scenes. There are exam questions for students to answer throughout the booklet.
Mime Time - 48 Drama ScenariosQuick View

Mime Time - 48 Drama Scenarios

A mime in drama is creating the illusion of objects around you with the use of body language and facial expressions without the use of speech. These 48 scenarios can be used during a formal drama lesson or a quick brain break which is essential for focus and learning. To make it easier for you to organize your students into groups, a number on the corner of each scenario card recommends how many should be in the group. Helpful hints on each scenario are included to help your students create quality performances. It is recommended to give the students at least 15 minutes to rehearse and then select all/some groups to perform.To encourage audience participation, allow your class to guess what they think the scenario was about. Also included is a black and white copy.
AQA GCSE Drama (New Spec) Devising Drama SOWQuick View

AQA GCSE Drama (New Spec) Devising Drama SOW

This is a lesson by lesson guide to completing the Devising Drama Unit. It includes a selection of workshop lessons and then structured coursework lessons with written plenaries linking to the written coursework. There are no PowerPoints or resources included just a series of lesson plans. I hope you find them useful!
Drama devising techniques postersQuick View

Drama devising techniques posters

With the many changes coming into the Drama exam curriculum, we found our students often struggle to get experimental or creative with their rehearsals / devising process. We have put together a collection of our favourite rehearsal techniques which are displayed in our teaching spaces to help encourage students to be more creative and adventurous with their choice of rehearsal strategy and develop their toolkit for devising ready for their exams.
Drama Literacy Place MatQuick View

Drama Literacy Place Mat

This is a placemat which I give to each table of students to support drama literacy. I use it with both ks3 and 4 to improve the quality of all writing tasks from performance evaluation with year 7 to exam question planning with year 11. I have blown them up to A3 and laminated them and have noticed a real improvement in the quality of written work from all year groups. Hope you find it useful!
Stanislavski NATURALISM Drama PosterQuick View

Stanislavski NATURALISM Drama Poster

Stanislavski "NATURALISM" drama poster to use as a handout or as a poster. US and UK spelling both included. This resource also comes as part of a drama poster bundle with the following theatre / theater practitioner posters included: 1. Artaud THEATRE / THEATER OF CRUELTY 2. Stanislavski NATURALISM 3. Strasberg METHOD ACTING 4. Brecht EPIC THEATRE / THEATER 5. Grotowski POOR THEATRE / THEATER 6. Meyerhold BIOMECHANICS 7. Bogart VIEWPOINTS 8. Boal THEATRE / THEATER OF THE OPPRESSED
Drama terms displayQuick View

Drama terms display

A print and go display with drama terms and definitions . These posters will reinforce your students learning while providing an easy, informative and relevant classroom display for you. Terms include; antagonist stock character protagonist preripeteia hubris hamartia anagnorisis catharsis dramatic irony foil.
GCSE Drama Multiple choice questionsQuick View

GCSE Drama Multiple choice questions

More than 100 GCSE Drama multiple choice questions. One copy has no answers, one copy has the correct answer highlighted in bold. Possible uses include games, revision sessions and so on.
Sound Design for DramaQuick View

Sound Design for Drama

A lesson teaching student the basics of sound design for the theatre - using key terminology. - range of activities -Includes sound clips and videos - homework task
KS3: Drama: Introduction to SemioticsQuick View

KS3: Drama: Introduction to Semiotics

This lesson is designed to introduce KS3 students to the key drama term; 'SEMIOTICS'. Using practical tasks, a class worksheet and homework, students will begin to appreciate how designers can use signs to create meaning.
Drama worksheet- Drama rulesQuick View

Drama worksheet- Drama rules

A sheet I’ve created to get students thinking about why they need to be safe in drama and what careers and skills Drama can potentially provide them with.
Introduction to DramaQuick View

Introduction to Drama

This is a half term's worth of once-a-week lessons that might be useful to you, particularly if you have never taught Drama before!
Drama gamesQuick View

Drama games

lots of drama games to develop speaking and listening, teamwork, confidence, self-esteem, concentration.