The Ballad of Charlotte Dymond is about the young girl, a domestic servant aged eighteen, who was murdered on Bodwin Moor. This lesson aims to allow the students to explore the story of the ballad of Charlotte Dymond, the characters involved and their perspectives of what happened the night Charlotte Dymond died.
This is a perfect resource for Key Stage 3, to help students at this level understand and appreciate the plot and characters of this complex ballad in a creative and accessible way.
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Four lessons that explore four ballads; The Ballad of Charlotte Dymond, The Ballad of The Gresford Disaster, The Ballad of Frankie and Johnny and Candle In The Wind The lessons introduce students to drama concepts such as cross cutting, dramatic irony, verbatim theatre, epic theatre and documentary theatre. These lessons are an awesome way of helping students understand and access these complex ballads whilst creating some innovative and challenging pieces of Drama.
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