This guide includes task and information about the marketing and advertising world. Students will explore brands, PR, brand identity, audience, brief and campaigns.
This resource has been created by I Am Creative I Am Creative offers a range of live creative briefs from some of the UK’s biggest brands. These briefs can be downloaded at the click of a button by both teachers and their students and are supplemented by two comprehensive resource libraries.
This presentation introduces pupils to the genre of advertising music.
They must use their understanding of music analysis to analyse the examples given - scaffolding questions are asked.
The second activity asks them to create their own advertisement for a particular product - using melody, rhythm, lyrics and basic accompaniment.
This resource contains lesson plans and a wide range of worksheets and powerpoint presentations which focus on character, key themes and literary devices found within the novel Stone Cold by Robert Swindells. Writing and assessment resources also included.
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* Framed inspirational quotations pack, ideal for displays
* 15 starters
* About you complete lesson
* Diary of a Wimpy Kid comic strip lesson
* Flags of the World Quiz
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* Literacy Bingo 2
* Dracula Extract complete lesson
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Pirates Smugglers and Shipwrecks Guided Reading Scripts plus Quiz
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3 scripts, with 6 speakers each:
• Pirates Ahoy! Script
• Smugglers Alert! Script
• Shipwrecks! Script
• Pirates Quiz
This 'interview' draws out the main historical facts available on these characters. Additional background information is supplied at the end of the play – with a quiz (30 Q & A) to follow.
Sample Text 1: Duration around 10 minutes
Interviewer: Something tells me we’re not going to get a lot of sense out of Captain Morgan this morning!
Mary Read: Oh! Don’t you worry! You wouldn’t believe what us pirates are capable of – even after a large number of rums!
Interviewer: Hmm. So I’ve heard! But perhaps we’d better start with this Welshman
Black Bart: Who? Me?
Interviewer: No. I’ll come to you in a minute. I was going to have a few words with Captain Morgan here – whilst he’s still capable of speech!
Blackbeard: (Hissing) You’d better get in there quick, then! And I’d make it a simple question, if I were you!
Interviewer: OK. So, why are pirates, pirates?
Cpt. Morgan: Because they Arrrrrrrrrrr!
Sample Text 2: Duration: around 5 - 10 mins
Interviewer: Now, come along, gentlemen! Perhaps we are being a little heavy on Mr. Johnstone! Don’t you agree, Mr. Trenchard?
Trenchard: Actually, I’m with them on this one! However much I might have disapproved of the violence I saw going on around me, nothing would have made me turn my old mates in!
Interviewer: Well, of course not!
Copinger: But that’s what this gentleman did!
Rattenbury: Not only did he swap sides as in swapping what country he fought for but he also went from being the hunted to the hunter!
Interviewer: You mean, he became a revenue man?
Kingsmill: (Spitting) He did indeed! How much lower could he stoop?
Shipwrecks - Sample Text 3
Duration: Around 5 minutes
(SOSD stands for Salty Old Sea Dogs)
S.O.S.D. 1: OK. So what about that Marie Celeste?
S.O.S.D. 2: Indeed. What about that Marie Celeste? Nobody knows!
S.O.S.D. 3: There may have been survivors – but there was no sign of them when the sailing ship was found drifting in the Atlantic Ocean, 1872.
S.O.S.D. 4: Did they abandon ship? Were they attacked? Nobody will ever know what happened. It’s one of those Bermuda Triangle riddles that has no answer.
Maya Assembly or Class Play
Cast of 30 (easily adjusted up or down)
Duration: Around 20 minutes
Self-important kings, moody gods, ...not to mention that chocoholic! Our narrator finds his/her work cut out as usual, keeping things moving along smoothly - within the normal time confines but this time working to a Maya calendar - just enough time to cover those 20 days - in words and numbers, Maya style of course!
Set of Guided Reading scripts also available – 5 scripts, 6 speakers each.
Part of large Ancient Civilizations collection written by Sue Russell available off TES and www.plays-r-ussell.com
Lord Pacal: I am the great Lord Pacal! I ruled for 68 years, from A.D. 615 to 684.
(Enter Child 8 holding up Classic Period banner)
Child 8: This was at the beginning of the Classic Period – A.D. 600 to 900.
Narrator: The Classic Period, you say? What was so classic about it?
Child 8: This was when the Maya were at their most successful – their peak time, if you like.
Narrator: So let’s hear about their achievements during that time.
(Exit Child 8)
Lord Pacal: How about we start with … me?
Narrator: (Aside, sarcastically) Why didn’t I hear that coming?
Lord Pacal: (Holding up pictures) Now. If you look very carefully you can see me, linking the realm of my ancestors to that of the gods.
Narrator: Ah! I’ve heard about that sacred kingship!
Lord Pacal: But that’s not all!
Narrator: (Aside) I didn’t think it would be!
Lord Pacal: I was also the guarantor of fertility, rain and crops – here, see on these pictures! And that’s not all!
Narrator: (Sarcastically) Really? Now there’s a surprise!
Lord Pacal: I was also a magnificent warrior!
Narrator: (Sarcastically) Really?
Lord Pacal: Oh, I know. Who’d have thought it! All this in just one life time!
Lord Pacal: Course, I had to make sure people didn’t forget me.
Narrator: As if!