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Bullying Play, Primary school  Screen Play Script.

Bullying Play, Primary school Screen Play Script.

This is a tried and tested Script, created for a after school drama club. It was performed and filmed by a mixture of Lower and Upper KS2 children and uploaded onto the school's website. It would be perfect for an ICT, 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. ******A stage play script and High school version will be uploaded shortly******
rosie_m
Drama Lesson Bullying, Conscience Alley

Drama Lesson Bullying, Conscience Alley

This is a whole lesson designed to teach students about the technique of conscience alley. It teaches them about the importance of its use in drama to learn more about opinions and also how it can influence the way you build and perform as a character. This has self assessment, challenges and literacy built into it. A fun lesson, that will make students reflect.
What_Is_In_A_Name
Technical Theatre Presentation

Technical Theatre Presentation

A PowerPoint Presentation focusisng on the technical elements of theatre and drama. Ideal for preparing students for GCSE and GCSE and BTEC students. Includes information on: staging, lighting and theatrical terminology.
ashleighmareea_27
Eduqas GCSE Drama Component 3 Guidebook (New 2016 Spec)

Eduqas GCSE Drama Component 3 Guidebook (New 2016 Spec)

This guidebook covers both Sections A and B of the written paper. Spanning 42 pages, it could be used either as a revision guide at the end of the year or as a textbook to support learning in lessons. The Section A portion of the guidebook focuses on 'DNA' by Dennis Kelly and contains- - Character biographies, including key quote analysis - Scene by scene breakdowns by character, page number and section - Detail on the original production - Analysis of the themes and historical context surrounding 'DNA' - Information on lighting, sound, costume, set design and stage types including important technical theatre key terminology - Annotated examples of set, lighting and costume design from past productions to inspire student's own ideas - An annotated example paper, highlighting the key features of the Section A exam - Exemplar top, middle and bottom band 'DNA' answers, modeled on the exemplars provided at 'The Tempest' at recent CPD events. The Section B portion of the guidebook focus on live theatre reviews in general and contains- - Detail on the areas of attention when watching live theatre - Easy to understand tips on how to structure a live theatre review response, with short examples for acting, lighting, sound, costume and set questions - Two top band exemplar answers (one focusing on vocal characterisation and the other on costume & make-up) provided at recent CPD events. Please note that only 'DNA' by Dennis Kelly is covered in the Section A portion of this guidebook at the moment. Other versions are coming soon in which the Section A portion will focus on the different Eduqas set texts. The 5 images which you will also download when you purchase the guidebook are snapshots of pages contained in it to allow previews to show up on The TES site, you do not need to keep them.
bgibson11
Drama Lesson Bullying Proxemics

Drama Lesson Bullying Proxemics

A Drama lesson based around bullying with the focus of proxemics. This can be a stand alone lesson or lesson two from the bullying scheme of work. Suitable for KS3 students it teaches students about representing relationships through spacing. Students are taught to explain, use and evaluate the use of proxemics in Drama.
What_Is_In_A_Name
Intro to Drama

Intro to Drama

Suitable for KS3, this is a full SOW made up of 7 lessons covering the following topics- -Warm up exercises/games -Physical characterisation and freeze frames -Vocal characterisation (culminating in a 2 lessons exploring and creating radio drama performances) -Basic written and verbal evaluation skills, both of own work and the work of peers - Suggested extension tasks for gifted and talented students - Suggested adaptations for SEN or EAL students Each lesson comes with a detailed lesson plan and powerpoint as well as all required resources including worksheets, self assessment forms and examples of radio drama performances. This is a full SOW which is ready to use immediately after downloading with little to no preparation time on your part.
bgibson11
Melodrama Full SOW

Melodrama Full SOW

A scheme of work exploring Melodrama suitable for KS3. Covering 6 lessons, this is a full SOW with a detailed lesson plan and powerpoint for each lesson, video clip examples, opportunities for formal, self and peer assessment, music to use in performances and worksheets ready to print and use.
bgibson11
Artaud SOW including resources

Artaud SOW including resources

This resource is a full unit of work exploring the work of Antonin Artaud. It is a six lesson SOW which could easily be extended to seven or eight lessons. The SOW also includes all resources necessary for the SOW and assessment criteria. The PowerPoint is interactive, scary and more importantly ready to go. This SOW is ideal for KS3 and earlier stages of KS4 Drama studies. *I do not own media, music or information included in the presentation*
lydia_millar13
LAMDA Introductory Group Stage one, two, three

LAMDA Introductory Group Stage one, two, three

This a short scheme of work for LAMDA teachers to help children learn the skills they may need to pass their exams. The list of current poems are also attached. This resource could also be used in a classroom and includes assessment criteria and grading. The bundle includes a SOW for LAMDA introductory group stage one; LAMDA introductory group stage two and poems resource and LAMDA introductory group stage three resource. *I do not own any of the poems or examination criteria - all guidance comes from the LAMDA Introductory Graded Examinations Syllabus with effect from 1st September 2014*
lydia_millar13
Superhero SOW

Superhero SOW

This unit of work is aimed at KS3 Drama students. The unit of work includes a ready to go PowerPoint, six detailed lesson plans and all the resources you need for the module. The unit spans over seven lessons but could easily be adapted to have more. The work covers a variety of Drama techniques as well as delving into the depths of the Superhero genre. This unit combines Media, English and Art with Drama. *I do not own any of the media or music included in this resource*
lydia_millar13