All The World’s A Stage   - Shakespeare -7 ages of man drama

All The World’s A Stage - Shakespeare -7 ages of man drama

All The World’s A Stage - KS3 Two lessons with tasks amounting to a final chosen, devised Drama based on Shakespeare's 7 ages of man from As you Like it. Full lesson plan x 2 (as pdf and word) and instructional whiteboard animation video (wmv) for students. More resources coming very soon. This has been tried and tested in year 7 lessons with 'outstanding' judgement.
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Drama scheme on status

Drama scheme on status

A four lesson unit of work using 'status' as a stimulus. Skills taught: Art of Improvisation- Thinking quickly Responding/reacting Imagination Role Storyline Timing Defining space Voice/ Language Confidence
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Othello Script  1 hour edit Shakespeare

Othello Script 1 hour edit Shakespeare

It's often time consuming to edit Shakespeare's plays to a manageable script for KS2/KS3 pupils. Othello is particularly tricky to edit down. I've done the work for you in this 5 act edit that will run to about an hour - 1 hour 15 minutes with physical theatre/ensemble work thrown in. It's a fast-paced professionally set out script with room for you to annotate with Sound/Lighting/Video etc. Delivered in a totally editable word document. Stage directions have also been included.
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Macbeth Script 1 hour edit Shakespeare

Macbeth Script 1 hour edit Shakespeare

It's often time consuming to edit Shakespeare's plays to a manageable script for KS2/KS3 pupils. Macbeth is particularly tricky to edit down. I've done the work for you in this 5 act edit that will run to about an hour - 1 hour 15 minutes with physical theatre/ensemble work thrown in. It's a fast-paced professionally set out script with room for you to annotate with Sound/Lighting/Video etc. Delivered in a totally editable word document. Stage directions have also been included.
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Drama lesson: Whole Class: Using people in a crowd

Drama lesson: Whole Class: Using people in a crowd

It's often difficult crafting a crowd scene with a whole class/cohort. This gives the children the tools to build up to a whole class crowd scene in different locations. After doing this lesson they are more capable of creating their own crowd scenes without intervention.
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King Arthur/Chivalry Drama Lesson

King Arthur/Chivalry Drama Lesson

Skills • Communication ideas in order to use imagination and Improvisation • Application of myth/ folk lore • Role playing • Process Drama -imaging, moving images, surreal movement, devising myths. Attitude • Metaxis • Suspension of Disbelief towards myth as fact with fiction.
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Using Mime to explore telling stories

Using Mime to explore telling stories

Mime Aim • To introduce idea of conveying story entirely through non verbal communication. • To become more aware of how much we can convey non verbally. • To work with another in communicating a story to an audience. • To use pace and timing. • To prepare mime work using face, gesture, body. Enough for a one off drama lesson or a lesson leading to suspenseful writing.
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