Here is a homework task I have tried with my Year 10 to help them with their listening, spelling and sentences structure. I sent them the listening file by email and asked them for homework to transcribe what they could hear (10 sentences). When they came to class the following week, we corrected it together and I gave them a copy of the sentences for them to translate and then adapt to make their own. It worked really well and I shall prepare more like this! Enjoy and don't forget to feedback! :-)
Just finished this assembly with my Y5 class, it went so well and they loved it.
It involves an 'X factor' style show where each Greek god auditions to be king of the gods, whilst telling the audience a little bit about the Ancient Greeks.
It involves throwing confetti at the audience, a dance routine to music from Disney's Hercules, and a boy dressing up as Cheryl Cole....if you want.
Adapt and use as you want. Enjoy.
This is a play suitable for an end of year production or Year 6 leavers' assembly. It lasts about 30 minutes. It is set in the modern day which makes the story more accessible to the children. It is amusing and appeals to both boys and girls. <br />
There are 24 speaking parts (including 11 narrators which could be condensed into less) and non-speaking parts for the football fans, the rock group, the storm sequence and the underwater sequence.<br />
Music suggestions are made for the various sequences and these can be kept very basic or choreographed as full dances. Costume is left up to you.
Drama Assessment<br />
Use this grid to assess students in drama. Simply write the student’s name in the left-hand column and put a tick or ‘T’ in some of the boxes on the right to indicate whether the drama skill is something they do really well, or something they need to work on. You can write additional comments if you wish.<br />
The idea is that after the drama assessment you can give students praise, their level and their target in an efficient way. All students then need to do is write down their level and target on the blue sheet at the front of their small yellow exercise books.<br />
This grid focuses on nine key skills in drama, including facial expressions, spatial awareness, voice projection etc.<br />
A fun revision game based on the television show The Million Pound Drop. This activity can be used for all ages and subjects by editing the questions and answers on the PowerPoint. Instructions on how to make the cash tokens is provided in the word document. This was a really fun quiz activity which would be excellent for an observation as it provided excellent opportunities to engage, differentiate and assess. This version is for English Language, but can be adapted for any subject or topic.