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Teaching Secondary Drama

Resources used by a Drama teacher in England to show Progress among other things. Trying to keep it simple and true to the belief Drama should be a mainly practical subject, whilst meeting the latest needs of OFSTED/Heads/SLT.

Resources used by a Drama teacher in England to show Progress among other things. Trying to keep it simple and true to the belief Drama should be a mainly practical subject, whilst meeting the latest needs of OFSTED/Heads/SLT.
Drama Alphabet bunting display
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Drama Alphabet bunting display

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An A-Z of dramatic words shaped as bunting in black and white, so it can be printed on coloured paper for maximum effect as shown in picture. Triangles print on A4 sheets ready to be cut and laminated. A couple of letters don’t have any words but all suggestions welcome.
Drama progress, assessment and  verbal feedback records
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Drama progress, assessment and verbal feedback records

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Progress trackers for KS3. On the front page of the booklet is a dedicated space to record current grade and what needs to be done to develop further.Highlighting progress made over a period of assessment for anyone who would like to check books! In each file there is3 places to record summative assessment and include WWG/EBI Current level Target level and a question with box for students to respond. There is then the space to record verbal feedback in the WWG/EBI, question response style. With the option to highlight if the feedback was self/peer/teacher. There is also space for notes on the final pages. Basic yet effective in showing progress in a practical subject!
Drama Alphabet Bunting Display
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Drama Alphabet Bunting Display

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Featuring many key words used within Drama, each set to a bunting flag with a key letter on. (Some such as XYZ don't have words, but if you have suggestions I'm happy to add)
Fake News Assembly
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Fake News Assembly

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An assembly about fake news. Includes: Starts with some fakes news stories which can be presented as "real" and then revealed as fake. With a link to personalise a fake tweet. A definition of Fake News Some reasons why people create fake news and some examples. Top tips for spotting fake news.
Drama Peer Feedback display
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Drama Peer Feedback display

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5 areas for the teacher to pick for a student to focus on when giving feedback:Enquire, suggest, challenge, reflect challenge. All are followed by a sentence starter to allow students to give productive feedback. Area's are in the shape of coloured arrows and the questions in the shape of speech bubbles matching their coloured arrow.
Newspaper Template
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Newspaper Template

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A basic newspaper template that I've used when setting cover work for Drama. I tend to base it on a recent piece and ask students to write a piece about it. A large area for writing and a small area for a sketch to focus on the writing aspect.
Drama Thought Wall Display- Thougths for MAGT and SEN to consider when performing
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Drama Thought Wall Display- Thougths for MAGT and SEN to consider when performing

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Drama Thought Wall resource. The resources includes 29 "thoughts" for students to consider. Designed as prompts on to go on walls for students to consider when in the lesson. These can be used as a reference point for the teacher or setting additional tasks for MAGT/SEN or just giving another dimension to the classroom. Currently in my class room I rotate the thoughts around to get students considering a range of different ideas throughout the term and think about them as part of a regular process. They help cut out all the "unprofessional" things students do when performing.