Designed for KS3 HA students:
Power points, supporting worksheets and a homework choice board.
-types of sentences
- tension and suspense
- Freytag's story writing pyramid
-links with folklore and 'Tir Na Nog'
- the last lesson challenges pupils to design their own lesson
Initially designed for very low ability Year 7's ( Nurture groups). Would also be suitable for KS2.
Power points for each lesson.
Work book for students to write into.
Homework choice board- students pick one activity to complete for each homework.
A gentle introduction to improvisation.
Lessons are in PPT format :
Objectives include lessons that :
Will identify techniques for a confident performance
Will experiment with a range of characters
Within the objective are inbuilt success criteria.
A good basic set of four lessons to get a non -specialist in particular started.
Devised for a low ability Year 7/8 class.
Contains a simple circus based scheme of work to get pupils exploring movement and three basic mime conventions.
The culmination of this unit is to present a mime circus which is fantastic fun.
A very short unit based on 'Bill's new frock' the play.
Suitable for primary or LA KS3. Differentiated success criteria includes an extra box for weaker students.
All PPT lessons included:
L.O: exploring gender stereotypes
L.O: creating a monologue
L.O: using voice and facial expressions
L.O: using dramatic techniques to explore a script
- Complete unit of work for low ability year 7's/nurture groups.
- Pupil's are set homework to have a picture taken with Stanley and then write postcards as if they were Stanley.
-Can be extended by sending pictures of Stanley to members of the local community. Blank workbook in PPT format included so that pictures can be embedded to make a final workbook for students to write into.
-Power point lessons included.
POWER POINTS FOR EACH LESSON.
HOMEWORK CHOICE BOARD.
PUPIL WRITE- IN BOOKLET TO ACCOMPANY POWERPOINTS- Booklet gets progressively more difficult as scaffolding removed.
DESIGNED FOR KEY STAGE 3 LOW ABILITY GROUPS.