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Most resources I develop are geared towards GCSE 2016-18 (AQA and Edexcel) curriculum and are practical solutions to classroom teaching. I keep most of these black and white for simple/cost-effective print. I read each novel/play/poem and break down into manageable parts. I find this most effective within classrooms where students require chunks of information they can order, in sequence. The 'study-packs' I create can apply to any book/play/poem and provide visual tools for memory recall.

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Most resources I develop are geared towards GCSE 2016-18 (AQA and Edexcel) curriculum and are practical solutions to classroom teaching. I keep most of these black and white for simple/cost-effective print. I read each novel/play/poem and break down into manageable parts. I find this most effective within classrooms where students require chunks of information they can order, in sequence. The 'study-packs' I create can apply to any book/play/poem and provide visual tools for memory recall.
DRAMA AND ITS MEANINGS - GCSE-A-LEVEL
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DRAMA AND ITS MEANINGS - GCSE-A-LEVEL

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The resource document contains a table of terminology and listed explanations of 20 key performance types including: Abstract; Mantle of the Expert; Narration; Still-Image and Thought-Tracking, breaking down the criteria into manageable chunks/with space for student/teacher notes. Could be used as part of a discussion/team-building exercise or as an addition to a Lesson Plan. Developed working with students studying this subject in 2015. Designed and developed in classroom settings by Tor Alexander Bruce.
DRAMA/ACTING TECHNIQUES - TASKS/WRITTEN REFLECTION AND BERTOLT BRECHT
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DRAMA/ACTING TECHNIQUES - TASKS/WRITTEN REFLECTION AND BERTOLT BRECHT

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A resource consisting of five tasks, including Monologue, Duologue, Group-Performance, insight into the methods of Bertolt Brecht and a final task of developing a piece based on current Book/Play/poem study. An excellent tool to be used alongside the GCSE-booklet (free-resource by the same Author). Can be printed as a booklet and used as part of individual lessons or an entire scheme of work. Particularly useful for students who require a kinaesthetic/more tactile approach to understanding literature. The booklet is set out in a series of tasks, to deepen the student-understanding and reinforce their learning through written reflection.
GCSE DRAMA RESOURCE / CRITERIA UNDERSTANDING
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GCSE DRAMA RESOURCE / CRITERIA UNDERSTANDING

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A resource developed by Tor Alexander Bruce for student reading/classroom discussion (KS4) in relation to Written and Practical GCSE Drama. The document contains a table of terminology and listed explanations of 20 key performance types including: Abstract; Mantle of the Expert; Narration; Still-Image and Thought-Tracking, breaking down the criteria into manageable chunks/with a space for student/teacher notes. Could be used as part of a discussion/team-building exercise or as an addition to a Lesson Plan. Developed working with students studying this subject in 2014.