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We create modern and engaging resources for teachers from Primary to GCSE and A Level.

We create modern and engaging resources for teachers from Primary to GCSE and A Level.
12 Drama Practitioners Pack
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12 Drama Practitioners Pack

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This pack contains techniques and methodologies from 12 leading theatre practitioners. This guide is perfect to help students with their GCSE and A Level Drama course content for devising and general revision. Each practitioner section contains a quick reference table of their most popular techniques for students to learn and apply to their own practice. Practitioners included: Stanislavski, Artaud, Brecht, Meisner, Littlewood, Hagen, Grotowski, Berkoff, Kneehigh, Complicité, Frantic Assembly & Punchdrunk.
12 Drama Practitioners Pack
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12 Drama Practitioners Pack

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This pack contains techniques and methodologies from 12 leading theatre practitioners. This guide is perfect to help students with their GCSE and A Level Drama course content for devising and general revision. Each practitioner section contains a quick reference table of their most popular techniques for students to learn and apply to their own practice. Practitioners included Stanislavski, Artaud, Brecht, Meisner, Littlewood, Hagen, Grotowski, Berkoff, Kneehigh, Complicité, Frantic Assembly & Punchdrunk.
Steven Berkoff Practitioner Pack
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Steven Berkoff Practitioner Pack

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This practitioner pack explores the techniques and methodologies of Stephen Berkoff. The intention of this pack is to provide students with valuable and revision friendly information to aid their practical work. Areas covered: Total Theatre, Levels of Exaggeration, Greek Theatre, Grotesque, Kvetch, Essence Machine, Mie, Burdens, Punch & Judy, Jo-Ha-Kyu, Mime, Mask, Biography & Key Quotes. The pack is sent as a digital PDF document to your email after purchase. For A4 printed pack copies, please visit www.subjectresources.com/drama
Devising Drama 101 Resource Pack | GCSE & A Level
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Devising Drama 101 Resource Pack | GCSE & A Level

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This pack contains essential techniques, strategies and inspiration for students embarking on their Drama GCSE or A Level devising process. This guide is suited to GCSE and A Level students and supports their journey from stimuli to the final performance. More Drama resources are available at Subject Resources. Contents Include: The Starting Point, Working with a Stimulus, Discussion & Planning, Research, Rehearsal Advice, Break the Ice, Aims & Objectives, Artistic Intentions, Style, Verbatim, Dislocated Dialogue, Creative Writing, Staging, Entrances & Exits, Newspaper Buffet, Image Theatre, The Elephant in the Room, Perspectives, Character Function, Engaging the Audience, Pace & Tension, Juxtaposition, Conscience Alley, Thought Tracking, Marking the Moment, Motif, Cross-cutting, Flashback, Narration, Role Play, Inspirational Quotes and 6-Week Devising Planner.
Set Design Drama Resource Pack
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Set Design Drama Resource Pack

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At GCSE and A Level, students are required to have a strong understanding of technical elements. This resource pack guides students through each function and definition to enable them to produce more sophisticated responses across their group discussions, coursework and the final written examination. Contents Include: Writing about Set Design, Scale, Era/Time Period, Materials, Location, Texture, Transitions, Set Design Styles, Fantasy, Realism, Symbolism, Minimalism, Staging Conventions, Proscenium Arch / End-on, Trust, In-the-round, Traverse, Promenade, Multi-focus Environments, Black Box, Created or Found Spaces, Promenade (2), Site-specific, Street Theatre, Technical Features, Revolve, Hydraulics & Trucks, Rostra, Flies, Projection, Gauze, Practitioners & Process, Jocelyn Herbert, Bunny Christie, Scale Models, Antigone & Stage Design Task. Visit Subject Resources for more Drama resources.
Character Development - Drama Resource Pack
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Character Development - Drama Resource Pack

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This resource pack provides practitioner techniques specifically to help pupils explore character development. The resource offers a starting point from which they can delve deeper into new ideas and methods through wider reading. Exploring character development techniques and enhancing awareness of ideas nurtures creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills as students navigate the nuances of character relationships, conflicts, and transformations. Ultimately, this exploration empowers drama pupils to become more proficient actors and storytellers, enabling them to communicate and connect with audiences on a more profound level. Contents Include: Stanislavski���s Method, Michael Chekhov’s “Psychological Gesture”, Augusto Boal’s “Theatre of the Oppressed”, Anne Bogart’s “Viewpoints”, Jerzy Grotowski’s “Physical Actions”, Jacques Lecoq’s “Corporeal Mime”, Uta Hagen’s “Object Exercises”, Meisner’s “Repetition”, Suzuki Method, Laban Movement Analysis, Jerzy Grotowski’s “Ritual & Poor Theatre”, Brecht’s “Alienation Effect”, Brecht-Weill’s “Song & Music”, Antonin Artaud’s “Theatre of Cruelty”, Peter Brook’s “Empty Space”, Linklater Technique, Fitzmaurice Voicework, Patsy Rodenburg’s “Speaking Shakespeare”, Cicely Berry’s “Vocal Method” & Key Quotes. For more Drama resources, visit Subject Resources.
Berkoff Kvetch Cards
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Berkoff Kvetch Cards

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Introduce your students to Berkoff’s Kvetch with this set of ‘moan’ cards. Simply cut them out, laminate and give to students to act out. Students will have loads of fun working on these cards either in pairs or small groups.
Uta Hagen - Drama Practitioner Resource Pack
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Uta Hagen - Drama Practitioner Resource Pack

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Uta Hagen was a pioneering figure in the acting world, and her insights have had a profound impact on the craft. Her emphasis on deep character exploration, authenticity, and using exercises like the Object Exercise helps actors develop a richer, more nuanced understanding of their characters. By studying Hagen’s techniques, students can improve their acting skills, better connect with the emotions and motivations of their characters, and ultimately deliver more compelling and genuine performances on stage or screen. Her teachings remain highly relevant and valuable for aspiring actors looking to hone their craft. Contents Include: Biography, Substitution, Given Circumstances, Object Exercise, Emotional Preparation, Concentration, Relaxation, Moment Before, Sense Memory, Through-line of Action, Listening, Key Quotes & Lesson Plan. View more popular Drama resources, visit Subject Resources.
Exploring Comedy - Drama Resource Pack
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Exploring Comedy - Drama Resource Pack

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Studying comedy is valuable for drama students to enhance their acting skills. Comedy teaches students timing, improvisation, and nuanced delivery, contributing to versatile performances. Understanding comedic techniques helps actors connect with audiences through humour, develop precise physicality, and master the subtleties of expression. By delving into the world of comedy, drama students expand their range and gain insights that enrich their overall acting prowess, enabling them to engage audiences with laughter and emotion. Contents Include: Introduction, Types of Comedy, Slapstick, Satire, Farce, Romantic Comedy, Dark Comedy, Absurdist, Parody, Musical Comedy, Comedy Techniques, Timing & Pacing, Exaggeration, Irony & Incongruity, Wordplay, Repetition, Breaking the Fourth Wall, Surprise, Double Entendre, Physical Comedy Exploration, Introduction to Clowning, Mime Mastery, Exaggerated Gesture Showdown, Improvisational Comedy Exploration, One-line Wonders, Delayed Reaction, Comedy Skit Mashup, Comedy Character Development, Physicality & Voice, Exploring Archetypes, Extreme Obsessions, Animal-Inspired Characters, Structuring Your Comedy & Strategies. For more Drama resources, visit Subject Resources.
That Face by Polly Stenham - Play Resource Pack
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That Face by Polly Stenham - Play Resource Pack

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“That Face” by Polly Stenham explores complex themes, rich character development, emotional depth, and poignant social commentary. The play’s portrayal of addiction, dysfunctional families, and adolescent struggles offers a valuable opportunity for students to analyze human behaviour, connect with characters emotionally, and engage in discussions about relevant societal issues. Polly Stenham’s thought-provoking writing provides a compelling and relatable backdrop for literary and dramatic exploration in the classroom. Contents Include: Plot Summary, Polly Stenham, Character Analysis, Martha, Mia, Izzy, Henry, Key Moments, Mia & Martha’s Confrontation, Mia��s Drug Overdose, Martha’s Emotional Breakdown, Mia’s Intervention, Final Confrontation, Dramatic Techniques, Realism & Naturalism, Monologues, Symbolism, Non-linear Narrative, Repetition, Tension & Conflict, Physicality & Movement, Subtext, Foreshadowing & Emotional Intensity. Plus, two 60-minute lesson plans! Lesson Plan 1 - Exploring “That Face” and Dramatic Techniques of Physicality and Movement Lesson Plan 2 - Exploring “That Face” through Hot Seating For more Drama resources, visit Subject Resources.
One-off Drama Lesson Plans - GCSE & A Level
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One-off Drama Lesson Plans - GCSE & A Level

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This resource contains 10 outstanding one-off Drama lesson plans. Perfect for setting as cover work or a handy resource in your department if you ever need to teach an unexpected lesson! Each lesson has been carefully structured to include lesson objectives, suggested lesson materials, starter activities, main activities, plenary, homework and assessment indicators. Lessons Include: Lesson 1 - Exploring Comedy Lesson 2 - Exploring Shakespeare Lesson 3 - Exploring Physical Theatre (Steven Berkoff) Lesson 4 - Devising (Creating Original Theatre) Lesson 5 - Exploring Thought-Tracking Lesson 6 - Exploring Brecht’s Epic Theatre Lesson 7 - Discovering Clowning Lesson 8 - Script Work Lesson 9 - Lighting & Sound Design Lesson 10 - Tension States (Jacques Le Coq) For more outstanding Drama lesson resources, visit Subject Resources.
Teaching Konstantin Stanislavski - Scheme of Learning
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Teaching Konstantin Stanislavski - Scheme of Learning

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Stanislavski was one of the most influential theatre practitioners of the twentieth century, creating a detailed and disciplined system by which an actor could create a sense of truth on stage, challenging the melodramatic and declamatory style of acting present in theatres at the time. In this scheme of work, we have picked out some key elements of Stanislavski’s system for you to use in the classroom to highlight to pupils the idea that actors have to train to learn their craft. The scheme follows a recommended progression of techniques and exercises to aid learning. Contents Include: **Historical Introduction **- Russian Theatre, The Young Stanislavski, Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, The Moscow Art Theatre & The Seagull Relaxation - Guided Meditation, Introduction to the Alexander Technique, Alexander Technique - The String Exercise **Concentration **- Exploring the Five Senses Lemons - Sharp Taste Exercise, Sense Memory into Emotion Memory, Blindfolded Touch Exercise, Applying Concentration to ‘Thing’s I Know To Be True’ by Andrew Bovell & Circles of Attention. **Imagination **- Pass the Paper, The Magic If, The ‘What If’ Object, Show and Tell & Sentimental Value. Communication - Rays of Energy, Practical Explorations 1-3, Given Circumstance Cards & Applying ‘Rays’ to a Script. Tempo-Rhythm - Internal & External Rhythms & The Hospital Waiting Room. ** Scoring of Actions** Given Circumstances - Place & Time Lesson Cards Download more Drama resources at Subject Resources.
Technical Design Drama Bundle - Includes Lighting, Sound, Costume & Set Resource Packs
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Technical Design Drama Bundle - Includes Lighting, Sound, Costume & Set Resource Packs

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At GCSE and A Level students are required to have a strong understanding of technical elements. This bundle includes the lighting, sound design, costume and set design resource packs. Lighting Design Contents Include: Visibility, Composition, Given Circumstances, Themes & Symbols, Focus, Sculpture, Mood & Atmosphere, Colour/Semiotics, Direction, Movement, Intensity, Focus, Profile, Moving Head, Follow Spot, Gobo, Washes, Flood & Strobe, Fresnel, Parcan, Birdie, LED Lights, Practical Lighting, Lighting Console, Cue Sheets, The Lighting Rig, Front Light, Top/Backlight, Sidelight, Footlights, Cyclorama, The McCandless Method, Development of Design, Diffusion & Key Terms. Sound Design Contents Include: The Purpose of Sound, Diegetic & Non-Diegetic, Live Sound, Pre-recorded Sound, Soundscapes, Realism, Symbolism, Reverb, Fade, Volume, Transitions, The Sound Mixer Sound Plots, Microphones & Speakers. Costume Design Contents Include: Design Process, Conveying Context, Supporting Style, Colour, Condition, Cut, Fabric, Fit, Adornments, Practicalities, Shape, Texture, Hair & Make-up, Stylised Make-up, Masks, Period Costumes, Classical/Greek, The Medieval Period, The Renaissance, Seventeenth Century, Eighteenth Century & Nineteenth Century. Set Design Contents Include: Writing about Set Design, Scale, Era/Time Period, Materials, Location, Texture, Transitions, Set Design Styles, Fantasy, Realism, Symbolism, Minimalism, Staging Conventions, Proscenium Arch / End-on, Trust, In-the-round, Traverse, Promenade, Multi-focus Environments, Black Box, Created or Found Spaces, Promenade (2), Site-specific, Street Theatre, Technical Features, Revolve, Hydraulics & Trucks, Rostra, Flies, Projection, Gauze, Practitioners & Process, Jocelyn Herbert, Bunny Christie, Scale Models, Antigone & Stage Design Task. For more Drama resources, visit Subject Resources on Google.
Find Me by Olwyn Wymark  Drama Resource Pack
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Find Me by Olwyn Wymark Drama Resource Pack

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Our Find Me resource pack is perfect for anyone studying this play for their GCSE or A Levels. In this pack, we explore key moments, performance characteristics and a large collection of practice questions. *Ideal for OCR’s Drama GCSE. Contents Include: Summary, Olwyn Wymark, Key Themes, Inspiration, Parent-Child Relationships, Treatment of Mental Illness, Seeking Safety, Performance Characteristics, Genre, Multi-role, Minimal Props & Scenery, Episodic Structure, SCHP, 1970s Fashion, Social Stigma, Key Moments, Building Blocks Scene, Edward & The Interviewer, French Restaurant, Swimming Fantasy Scene, Flooring the Bathroom, Jean’s Monologue, Jean’s Monologue (Task), Practice Exam Questions, Exemplar Answers. For more Drama resources, visit Subject Resources.
Acting For Camera - Drama Resource Pack
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Acting For Camera - Drama Resource Pack

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This pack provides an exciting opportunity for your students to take a step into the world of acting for camera in your classroom. The class is tasked with creating their very own theatrical movie trailer for a brand new Hollywood blockbuster. In groups, they will analyse two popular trailers (Top Gun Maverick - Action and Man vs. Bee - Comedy) to learn the techniques professional editors use to engage their target audiences. The teacher can decide whether to have the class produce a staged version or use their phones/camera equipment to produce their trailers. The pack contains useful strategies for both options. Pupils will obtain an awareness of fundamental shooting techniques and additional extension tasks to scaffold learning within and beyond the classroom. Contents include: Introduction, Top Gun Maverick (Action), Man vs. Bee (Comedy), Task Objectives (Staged or Recorded), Explorative Strategies, Creating a Storyboard, Epic vs. Domestic, Pace & Tension, Juxtaposition, Cross-cutting, Flashback, Narration, Soundscape, Learning About Cinematography, iMovie Recording Tips, Close-up, Extreme Close-up, Medium Shot, Long/Wide Shot, Extreme Long/Wide Shot, Angle Shots, High-Angle, Low-Angle, Over the Shoulder, Bird’s Eye, Dutch Angle/Tilt, Extension Tasks, Hey, Producer!, A Night at the Oscars & UK & International Student Film Festivals. For more Drama resources, visit Subject Resources.
Find Me OCR Written Paper Practice Questions
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Find Me OCR Written Paper Practice Questions

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Looking for more great practice questions to help your student studying Find Me for their exam? Look no further! I have created a bank of 16 questions split across 4, 6 and 8 marks responses to help students with their revision. Some questions also include exemplar answers to share with your students.
Caterpillar Number Game
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Caterpillar Number Game

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Calvin the Caterpillar is a fun and interactive number game helping children to develop their numeracy skills through sequencing and simple mathematical equations. The game fully supports the National Curriculum and hits multiple criteria for the successful development of children. Instructions Links to the National Curriculum Calvin the Caterpillar Cut Out 1 to 30 Number Disks -1 to -10 Number Disks Mathematical Symbols Dice Alternative Cut Out Scenery The pack is sent as a digital PDF document to your email after purchase. For A4 professionally printed copies, please use the contact form on the website.
What's The Time, Mr Wolf? - Learning to tell time
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What's The Time, Mr Wolf? - Learning to tell time

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This resource is intended for Reception and Year 1 children to tell the time in a fun, interactive new game. This is a twist on the traditional game ‘What’s the time, Mr Wolf?’, where the children are counting down the hours to tuck into Mr Wolf’s delicious packed lunch! You will find everything you need to start, including a printer friendly version for printing at school. High-quality laminated colour copies of all of the resources you will find in this pack can be ordered via the website. Each resource has been lovingly created with the National Curriculum in mind and will focus on a number of key components of the syllabus. We really hope that this helps you with your planning and enables you to cover aspects of the curriculum in many new and exciting ways with your class. See the video of the resource here… www.facebook.com/groups/primaryeducationresources
Earthquakes & Volcanoes Geography Resource Pack
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Earthquakes & Volcanoes Geography Resource Pack

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The aim of these Geography resource packs are to develop an understanding of the tectonic, geomorphological, biological and meteorological processes and features in different environments, and the need for management strategies governed by sustainability and consideration of the direct and indirect effects of human interaction with the Earth and the atmosphere. Contents Include: What Causes Earthquakes?, Measuring Earthquakes, Effects & Responses, Case Study, Christchurch 2011, Haiti 2010, The Great Peruvian, Kashmir 2005, Prediction, Protection & Preparation, Aid, Volcanoes, How do Volcanoes Erupt?, Volcano Locations, Structure & Features, Positive & Negative Effects, Types of Volcano, Monitoring Volcanoes, Seismometer, Benefits, Forecasting, Case Study, Mount Vesuvius, Mount Tambora 1815, Mount Pelée 190 & 15 Practice Exam Questions.