This powerpoint guides students through the basics of Frantic's style, using building blocks from their book. This was designed for L6th students who have a already completed my SOW on Homelessness, where Frantic Assembly is introduced (this can be purchased on TES). The information on how Frantic use dialogue and words in their work is not expanded in this powerpoint as it has been covered in more detail in the homelessness scheme (designed for KS3/4). I also sell a tailored writing frame for Edexcel Component 1, which links to this powerpoint and is tailored to support Devised work in the style of Frantic Assembly.
This useful document compiles a range of practical differentiation strategies for use in Drama lessons (can also be used for other lessons). Created from a wide range of sources to be shared at a Faculty meeting.
This simple structure guide offers students a way to successfully evaluate a key moment of impact in self-created drama work, linking it to a practitioner. Goes well with my KS4 Introduction to the Practitioners SOW.
These resources can be used to help students towards a more evaluative and analytical style of written work for a review of Blood Brothers. Included is a workpack to help students develop evaluative vocab, with a supporting powerpoint. There is also a detailed writing frame.
This hour-long workshop introduces students to multi-role, for use in their GCSE Devising work. Comes with Powerpoint, resource and detailed lesson plan. Written to form part of introductory lessons for GCSE or IGCSE Drama in Year 9/10.
This lesson is designed to introduce KS3 students to the key drama term; 'SEMIOTICS'. Using practical tasks, a class worksheet and homework, students will begin to appreciate how designers can use signs to create meaning.
This hour-two hour workshop introduces students to the idea of using Juxtaposition through Cross-Cutting, for use in their GCSE Devising work. Comes with Powerpoint, resource and detailed lesson plan. Written to form part of introductory lessons for GCSE or IGCSE Drama in Year 9/10.
This hour-two hour workshop introduces students to various types of Narration, for use in their GCSE Devising work. Comes with Powerpoint, resource and detailed lesson plan. Written to form part of introductory lessons for GCSE or IGCSE Drama in Year 9/10.
This is a one-off workshop-style lesson based on the poem 'Sick' by Shel Silverstein. Looks at the use of persuasive language, and how this can be performed. Ideal for an English/Drama cross-curricular focus.
A six hour SOW on the them of Domestic Violence, great as a start off for devising for GCSE Drama - encourages student to use non-linear/non-naturalistic conventions to explore a gritty and mature theme using a range of stimuli. Originally written for the old Edexcel Unit 1, but now used with Year 10 to spark ideas for the Devising unit.