This 6 lesson scheme of work uses Drama to explore and learn about the theme of Persecution. It includes thoughtful, challenging and creative activities and stimulus, from Strange Fruit by Billie Holiday, the lynching of Rubin Stacey and Nazi Germany’s Rules for Jews. These are six lessons that don’t hold back on the potential for creating stimulating, provoking and innovative pieces of theatre.
All the lessons come with a detailed lesson plan with plenty of opportunities for you to extend activities or deviate from them to explore ideas or thoughts to help your students understanding and interpretation of the stimulus.
This is perfect for GCSE and A Level students to help them explore the theme of Persecution before starting their Devised Performance Projects.
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I like many of the lessons in this, though lesson 5 may be inappropriate to ask of black students. For lesson 6- I think that part of the lesson is missing. There is no activity that says to give students any rules but in Activity 3, it says to collect them. Also, no explanation of what extremist and objectors is supposed to mean.
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