LGBT History Month Activity or Display (Scavenger Hunt)
This could be used as a display of LGBT people past and present to help raise awareness but is intended as an information hunt, place the cards with the LGBT people on around the school or classroom. Students have to ‘hunt’ for the facts to answer the questions on their activity card. (Answers are included)
This is designed to be informative but also act as a stimulus for class discussion after the activity.
This is a five lesson SOW which introduces Blood Brothers, the play is explored through practical work, it is geared towards the AQA Drama GCSE but can be adapted to suit other needs. This SOW introduces the time period, background, the main themes and the characters. The final lesson in the SOW focuses on Design, introducing a GCSE question. I have found this SOW gives a solid foundation knowledge to build from, for both KS3 or KS4.
Includes Power Point with resources to be used in lesson and detailed Scheme of Work.
Be sure to enable external content on the powerpoint, to play the videos in the powerpoint
This is a basic booklet made to try and engage studnets who are finding online live lessons challenging.
The booklet is made to be worked through at the students own pace and on their own, although you could easily add this into a lesson.
The student has been “commissioned” by Cameron Mackintosh to design for the new ‘Back to the Future Musical’, Design tasks include: Stage Design, Album Design, Social Media Design and Poster Design. As well as questions on Stage forms and stage positions. These are basic tasks.
Drama / Theatre Job Roles Match up activity sheet with answers powerpoint.
You could also cut these out and laminate them and use as a card sort.
Great as an introduction to job roles or as a revision tool.
Powerpoint on 4 Mark question for AQA GCSE Drama.
This is for the set text of Blood Brothers but could easily be changed.
Contains 4 starter activities, the overview of the exam and then the structure of the question.
This powerpoint is used to teach using I,We,You and should give students a very clear way to achieve 4 marks.
Drama and Theatre Word Wall Display: Display which encourages the use of terminology as well as Tier 2 and 3 words. The Display should be cut out and displayed like bricks on a wall. I used some Brick wallpaper as a background also.
A Great way to develop literacy in Drama.
60 Playing cards featuring different emotions and definitions. These are great for devising or improvisation, you can also use them to create characters.
I often use these in one off workshops or for my AQA GCSE course to help change up our scripted or devised work.