12  Song Lyric sheets for Oliver

12 Song Lyric sheets for Oliver

Song Lyrics for: who will buy Where is love Reviewing the situation Pick a Pocket Oom pah pah OLIVER I’d do anything Food Glorious Food consider yourself Boy for Sale
rosie_m
A Guide exploring themes, inspirations and creative processes of Old Stock - A Refugee Love Story

A Guide exploring themes, inspirations and creative processes of Old Stock - A Refugee Love Story

Of particular interest to teachers and students of Theatre, Music, Performing Arts, Politics, English, RE and Media, studying at** secondary, tertiary and graduate level**. The Guide has been created to evoke thoughts, discussion and learning around the themes, historic and current events which inspired 2b theatre company to create and tour this production. It can be used both by students and audiences alike, either before the show or as a follow up to reflect upon the production, themes and inspirations behind Old Stock. Within the pack are questions and creative tasks to help stimulate thoughts and additional topics for discussion around how the show makes you feel and reflect upon ways this mirrors the world we live in today. The processes, form and styles used in the creation and performance of Old Stock make this an ideal production to study alongside a number of key syllabus including: KS4 & KS5 English; KS4 Citizenship programmes of study; AQA GCSE & A Level Drama & Theatre; BTECH Performing Arts; Music & Music Theatre The themes and inspiration for the production provide additional stimulus for discussion & research for those studying or interested in: Creative Writing; History; Music History; Philosophy, Religion & Ethics; Government & Politics; Sociology; Media Studies; Citizenship and Wellbeing
DTP
The Merchant of Venice Act 1 Scene 2 - Portia's Choice (Drama Lesson)

The Merchant of Venice Act 1 Scene 2 - Portia's Choice (Drama Lesson)

A fully-resourced 1 hour engaging drama lesson which explores the narrative of act 1 scene 2 of Shakespeare’s ‘The Merchant of Venice’ and Portia’s choice of suitors. It also prompts students to consider the importance of exposition and spacing on stage when performing a play. This lesson is ready to teach and easily adaptable. It includes the following: Differentiated learning outcomes Warm up task group tasks Script writing task. If you find this lesson useful, have a look at this Merchant of Venice lesson bundle!
LikeAnExpert
Application of Computational Thinking in Drama

Application of Computational Thinking in Drama

Download my poster which includes example task ideas on how to apply computational thinking problem solving skills to Drama. The poster includes a range of tasks and classroom ideas that use key computational thinking skills! Computational Thinking is a skill set that can be used across the curriculum, not just within computer science! The logical approach to solving a problem means that it’s application can be used to develop and improve students ability to deal with difficult problems in a more rational way. The aim of my posters is to make you realise that many of the brilliant tasks that teachers facilitate week in, week out actually include computational thinking. It’s just a matter of making it more explicit! Update: High Resolution 2560x1440 in both PNG & JPEG Please leave a review!!!
RobbotResources
Beowulf - Teacher Resource Pack

Beowulf - Teacher Resource Pack

This pack is to support teachers in exploring the production ‘Beowulf’, a reimagining of the Old English epic poem, with students. It contains context around the myth & the poem, interviews with the writer and composer, and practical drama activities that explore themes and ideas in the play.
Unicorntheatre
Moving Away: Lesson 9 Blood Brothers (AQA)

Moving Away: Lesson 9 Blood Brothers (AQA)

Discussion about the motif of guns and children having them as toys. Reading the play scene with questions for teacher. Mini-plenary checks for understanding. Discussion on setting, symbols and superstition in the scene. P.E.E. writing frame for: Mickey and Edward seem destined to influence each other’s lives. How does Russell present this to the audience? Plenary check for writing.
aliceboyd1995
10 Minute Bullying Play, Primary school Stage Playscript.

10 Minute Bullying Play, Primary school Stage Playscript.

**** STAGE PLAY VERSION **** This is a tried and tested Script, created for a after-school drama club. It was performed by a mixture of Lower and Upper KS2 children. It would be perfect for a Drama Club or PSHE project. It also highlights ‘first days’ and transition along with sibling and peer relationships. It has an appropriate ending to promote ‘doing the right thing’ and forgiveness I give permission for the names and genders to be changed to suit the group performing. Please leave a review to help others thinking of purchasing.
rosie_m
Sample Pages For Romeo and Juliet Play Script

Sample Pages For Romeo and Juliet Play Script

A short extract from the play script Love Me Tender, which is a simple one act adaptation of the first half of Shakespeare’s famous tragedy. The play covers events which lead up to Tybalt’s death, allowing for a cliff-hanger ending and giving students the opportunity to improvise, or write, the remainder of the play. It’s great for scriptwriting sessions at KS2 or KS3 and works really well as a performance. These sample pages give you a taster of what the play is like and allow you to try before you buy! If you like this sample, the full script - with production notes, photocopiable script pages, and fab classroom follow-on activities - can be found in the Arts On The Move Shop here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/romeo-and-juliet-play-script-for-ks2-ks3-11373888 Thanks everso!
AliJC
Exploring News Headlines Through Drama

Exploring News Headlines Through Drama

This is a great unit of work for KS2 and KS3 pupils which uses drama to explore the stories behind newspaper headlines. It focuses on creating story, looking at pivotal moments, exploring character and feelings, reporting, representing and recording news items. The scheme is presented as one long unit but can easily be divided into shorter lessons. Drama methods include freezes, improvisation, interviews, hotseating and presentations. It’s also great for stimulating creative writing activities and mini presentations. If you liked this resource and found it useful, please take a moment of your valuable time to leave a positive review. Thanks everso!
AliJC
Simple Scripted Duologue

Simple Scripted Duologue

A great little original script for two people which can be used for improvisation, role play, characterisation work, script annotating or writing, or for exploring PSHE issues. Younger pupils can simply write the rest of the scene, the preceding scene, or the following scene. Older pupils can add cut-away scenes and develop the extract into a whole play. I’ve used it with KS2 and KS3 students and they’ve all created something different from it! If you found this resource useful, please take a minute to leave a positive review. Thanks everso!
AliJC
DAVID WALLIAMS - Collection of Study Booklets, SPaG Booklet and Grammar Booklet

DAVID WALLIAMS - Collection of Study Booklets, SPaG Booklet and Grammar Booklet

This huge collection has been designed to use with seven of David Walliams popular books; Awful Auntie, Demon Dentist, Gangster Granny, Grandpa’s Great Escape, Ratburger, The Boy in the Dress and The Midnight Gang. The resources have been designed to be completed along-side the reading of the books. They can be used to develop a range of literacy skills through books that pupils find engaging. These resources help to improve and promote reading.
crigdon
DAVID WALLIAMS - Collection of Puzzles, Board Games and Quizzes.

DAVID WALLIAMS - Collection of Puzzles, Board Games and Quizzes.

This fantastic collection of puzzles, board games and quizzes were designed for children who love David Walliams’ books. These resources are based around six books; Awful Auntie, Demon Dentist, Grandpa’s Great Escape, Mr Stink, The Midnight Gang, and The World’s Worst Children [1]. This resource has many uses in the classroom and as homework. All the activities are designed to engage the reader and promote a deep love of reading.
crigdon
Role in The Middle

Role in The Middle

A thorough look at the aims and objectives of the Drama exercise, “Role-in-the-Middle”, with guidelines, examples and rationale for experienced and inexperienced drama teachers alike. The aims are to collaborate and create a new character, or flesh out an existing character. To discover or invent the rules which lead to high quality work. A character building game, where one student, or empty chair, takes the centre, representing a blank character. Around them, other students take turns to make contributions, developing the character and filling in the blanks.
obsteve
Jeremy Kyle Cue Cards Drama / English

Jeremy Kyle Cue Cards Drama / English

Jeremy Kyle Cue Cards You can use these cards to spark discussion, devising, improvisation or hot seating. Using themes, characters, relationships, and much much more as stimulus. These have been used to explore the themes and relationships in A Midsummer Nights Dream, Blood Brothers and Blue Stockings.
Jcleep
KS3 Drama theory lessons

KS3 Drama theory lessons

If like me, you lose access to your Drama studio during exams, this resource’s aim is to make sure that theory/classroom based lessons are still valuable. This includes seven lessons worth of theory activities that are based upon the expectation (yet a differentiated version of) of students at KS4 (BTEC Technical Award). The topics include: -Physical Theatre types of staging performance and vocal skills analysis of aural and physical setting (using Shrek The musical and Matilda) comparing and contrasting performance works. Each lesson has a full PP and worksheet.
hstubbs1
Improvisation task based on Beatles' song lyrics

Improvisation task based on Beatles' song lyrics

Suitable for KS2 and KS3 this drama resource is good for small groups getting to grips with the lyrics of classic Beatles’ song lyrics. Many of them tell stories which can be acted out and elaborated upon. Eg Maxwell’s Silver Hammer, Obla di obla da, Penny Lane, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, A Day in the Life, Eleanor Rigby, Being for the benefit of Mr Kite, Yellow Submarine, Octopus’ Garden, etc. I used this idea with a group of adults with learning disabilities and there was so much scope for characterisation and improvisation. This could be done over several sessions. Ours culminated in a Beatles’ Day with performances before an invited audience. The resource itself is a worksheet that can be given to each group to fill in once they have chosen which song lyric is going to be their starting point for an improvisation.
actitout1
A-Grade SQA Higher Drama 'Jane Eyre' Dramatic Tension 4000 Word Essay

A-Grade SQA Higher Drama 'Jane Eyre' Dramatic Tension 4000 Word Essay

This A-grade essay explores aspects of the 2017 National Theatre tour adaptation as performed at His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen. Higher Drama Essay Question: As a director, choose a character from your selected text and describe in detail five ways in which this character helps to create dramatic tension. You must use textual references from the play to help you justify your answer. Explain, in detail, five directing concepts you would use to highlight these moments of dramatic tension in a production of your selected text. These need to be related to the first part of this question. The essay is approx. 4000 words.
biggles1230
A Streetcar Named Desire Study Pack 2

A Streetcar Named Desire Study Pack 2

Pack 2 is a continuation of a resource bundle; includes notes and analysis on specific quotations from Scene 4-6 of 'A Streetcar Named Desire. Also includes -Contextual analysis Language analysis Characterisation and setting Themes that are linked to the context Useful for A Level students studying ‘A Streetcar Named Desire,’ either as part of coursework or as part of an exam, in the case of Y12 students. ***Pack 3 (Scene 7-9) coming soon. ***Please be sure to review my resource so I can improve on my work. Thank you. scripted
_scripted_
Drama Scene Planning Sheet

Drama Scene Planning Sheet

I use this sheet at the beginning of scene work to remind students what their scene should look like and what to include. Although I’ve mainly used this resource with Year 6-8 students, I’m sure it could be used for younger and older with some adapting. Feel free to use, adapt, change whatever suits your needs. I hope it helps!
emmaline85
Film Making Wordsearch Sheet Starter Activity Keywords Cover Drama Theatre

Film Making Wordsearch Sheet Starter Activity Keywords Cover Drama Theatre

Wordsearch Puzzle sheet of keywords on the theme of ‘Film Making’. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean
Knowledge Organiser for KS4 Based on Blood Brothers and Live Performance of Warhorse.

Knowledge Organiser for KS4 Based on Blood Brothers and Live Performance of Warhorse.

A KS4 Knowledge Organiser to support the OCR GCSE exam. Focusing on a set text of Blood Brothers and a live performance review of Warhorse. These skills and techniques are transferable to any live performance though. this is aid and guide students in revision and also ideal for cover lessons. A great amount of detail about the plot, stage configuration, characters, social, historical, political and cultural contexts is included to give and support students with the knowledge for Blood Brothers.
csims6
Knowledge Organiser for Greek Theatre

Knowledge Organiser for Greek Theatre

A Knowledge Organiser designed to be used for Key Stage 3 based on Greek Theatre. Challenge questions, background information, images to support this. Stage configuration and Key Drama skills and techniques all included.
csims6
Scriptwriting SOW KS3

Scriptwriting SOW KS3

A 6 Lesson SOW which explores conventions of a script. Based on Mark Whellers Drama Schemes for Playwriting and activites used within the book Students write and develop their own scripts each lesson and for HW.
ryanwillo
My name is Tom: School Production Bundle.

My name is Tom: School Production Bundle.

My name is Tom by Alan Spence explores the problems of e-safety and new technology and new media for both teenagers and adults. When Paris and Darnell are exposed, they are not the only ones. This excellent piece of theatre tells the story from both the teenage and adult perspective, while keeping the audience guessing as to how it will end. Covering everything from teenage love, friendship, school, friendship and much more… The bundle provides everything your school needs to mount your very own production; script, synopsis, poster, production notes and…an interview with playwright / director Alan Spence. Plus…It even has a 5/6 lesson unit of work which has additional scripts for students to explore the play and share their own experiences and concerns about these major issue. Plus …a production trailer to sell the production in your school… Sorry you missed the introductory discount, but still excellent value at £20.00 plus licence. Ideal for your next school production, GCSE study, Anti - Bullying week or next years Safer Internet Day 12th Feb 2019!!!
al1948uk
Comedy Sketch Script Title: THE POLITICALLY-CORRECT FOOTBALL HECKLER (BULLY)

Comedy Sketch Script Title: THE POLITICALLY-CORRECT FOOTBALL HECKLER (BULLY)

This 3-page sketch about a politically-correct heckler at a football game is perfect for older middle school and all high school kids. The heckler insults the player for his lack of skills then quickly follows up with a politically correct statement pertaining to the insult! Being a huge fan of comedy, I have studied the greatest sketches of Saturday Night Live, MAD TV, Key and Peele, Monty Python, Hugh and Laurie, The Three Stooges, Groucho Marx, and the kids’ comedy sketch show All That. Charlie Chaplin said ���A day without laughter is a day wasted” so I want to pass on the love of comedy and humor to students. These sketches are fresh, witty, sarcastic, and mixed with slapstick humor and are intended to strengthen students’ drama and theater skills while enjoying humor. I ask you to please provide feedback on what you liked/disliked, and suggestions for improvement! I plan to write many, many more but would like to see what the response is first. The roles (6 minimum) in this particular sketch are: Referee with a whistle Quarterback Heckler (Bully) wearing a baseball hat Announcer 2 security officials Other football players (optional) Please contact me if you would like to record and publish your interpretation of any of these sketches and I would be very happy to work with you! Editable MS Word Doc. This lesson is student-centered, meaning: –it allows you to become a facilitator! –happier teachers! –happier students! –happier administrators!
learningisawesomewithmrsalinas
Ks3 Drama Script, 'Gamer' bundle.

Ks3 Drama Script, 'Gamer' bundle.

A Powerpoint, script and worksheet I use with lower ability year 7’s. The theme is ‘gaming’ which I find pupils enthusiastic and knowledgeable about which can build confidence. The series of Power Point lessons, includes learning objectives such as vocal, physical exercises, line learning tips, creating different video game characters, as well as a role on the wall template and ‘Character worksheet’. The bundle also includes a complete four page script, with lots of ideas for differentation, to create this Drama piece. Can be used for half a term for a higher ability class or for a full term, with a lower ability class.
Torimuffin
1984 Context (Edexcel GCSE Component 3: Section A)

1984 Context (Edexcel GCSE Component 3: Section A)

This lesson is designed to help students to apply the context of Orwell’s 1984, and Icke and Macmillan’s adaption, to their directorial vision. There is a task sheet that accompanied the PowerPoint, with a series of scaffolded tasks finishing with the students writing their introductions to Section A, Question b (i) and (ii). Lesson includes; Aims for the lesson Contextual information on Orwell’s 1984 Contextual information on Icke and Macmillan’s 1984 Discussion tasks linking to modern day events Example introductions Scaffolded tasks Student worksheet
madamtrustman
Blood Brothers- exploring the theme 'Nature Vs Nurture'

Blood Brothers- exploring the theme 'Nature Vs Nurture'

This lesson focuses students on the differences between the two households, including the education and the housing during the time of setting. The main task is for students to create a ‘missing scene’ from Blood Brothers, and imagine what would happen in both Edward and Mickey’s houses on the day of their 18th birthday. They need to write a script for this scene, following the same form and structure of Russell’s original script (including the narrator and perhaps challenge them with including a song!)
suzie86
Shakespeare prose versus verse

Shakespeare prose versus verse

An introduction to how Shakespeare uses verse, prose and iambic pentameter in his plays. The resource is easily edited and you can add examples from whichever play you are studying to help your students understand the importance of these techniques.
SIKLessons
Shakespearean pronouns

Shakespearean pronouns

An introduction to how the bard used pronouns to show status and relationships. The quotes used are from The Tempest but can easily be swapped for lines from other plays.
SIKLessons