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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.
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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.
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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
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
Bullying - Written Work Lesson

Bullying - Written Work Lesson

This is a written lesson designed for Drama but can be used within English too. The students explore relationships at first and the different relationships we can have e.g. parent/child, boss/employee, brother/sister and friends. They will discuss how we act differently around these people and then write how they would act if they were playing one of these roles. Next students read a story and discuss what is happening in the story - who is the main character? How are they being treated? How do others react to them? They then discuss the different types of bullying, writing definitions and examples for each. Students then talk about thought tracking and explore the thoughts the characters have in the story and how they would act as these characters. Finally they have a reflect and direct task which is completed through peer assessment and making the improvements to their work. Although geared to be a written lesson this lesson can easily be adapted to contain both practical and written elements. Based on the detail and time spent on each task and based on whether practical or written based this lesson can be used over one lesson or a series of lessons.
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