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Thank you for visiting my shop. I have been a Drama teacher for 5 years and a Head of Drama for 3. I work in an all boys, south London school where I have worked tirelessly to improve uptake in Drama in the students. Every resource I upload has been created with my school setting in mind and considers how a variety of students learn. I am very passionate about teaching and learning and try to incorporate a variety of different pedagogical approaches in my work.

Thank you for visiting my shop. I have been a Drama teacher for 5 years and a Head of Drama for 3. I work in an all boys, south London school where I have worked tirelessly to improve uptake in Drama in the students. Every resource I upload has been created with my school setting in mind and considers how a variety of students learn. I am very passionate about teaching and learning and try to incorporate a variety of different pedagogical approaches in my work.
Year 9 Introduction to Practitioners SOW
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Year 9 Introduction to Practitioners SOW

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7-8 lessons introducing 3 practitioners - Stanislavsky, Brecht, Artaud, to Year 9 students. After the introduction of each practitioner over 2 weeks, the unit finishes with a presentation.
Year 7 Introduction to Drama Bundle
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Year 7 Introduction to Drama Bundle

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A SOW and PowerPoint for Year 7’s starting secondary school. This covers core skills such as narration, still image, thought-tracking and the use of voice. Also included is a KS3 assessment tracking booklet set up for the whole year.
KS3 assessment tracking booklet
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KS3 assessment tracking booklet

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A booklet which can be used to track the progress of individual students. throughout an academic year. This includes a year to view tracker as well as space for 1 assessed performance task each half term. It has been made with the AQA assessment objectives in mind and is meant to work alongside the assessment criteria for the 1-9 gradings.
Shakespeare Speeches (Romeo and Juliet)
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Shakespeare Speeches (Romeo and Juliet)

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6 remote lessons designed for Year 7 as an introduction to Shakespeare. This PowerPoint explores the differences between a monologue and soliloquy and introduces students to line learning techniques. The first 2 lessons cover watching the play remotely so access would be needed on a platform of your establishments choosing (I used Drama Online). PowerPoint and accompanying worksheets for Lessons 3, 4 and 5 alongside a line learning logbook towards the end of the unit.
Year 7 SOW "The Holiday"
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Year 7 SOW "The Holiday"

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7 week Scheme of Work following the theme of “The Holiday”. Students will work as a ‘family’ as they journey through the Holiday from Hell. Each week gives a new part of the story alongside developing students use of staging configurations and characterisation. This SOW includes support and challenge suggestions. The majority of challenge questions are made using Bloom’s Taxonomy question stems and are designed to be asked whilst pupils are rehearsing for their performance each lesson.
Year 7 Introduction SOW
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Year 7 Introduction SOW

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A scheme of work designed for the start of Year 7. This SOW covers Thought-tracking, still image and Vocal skills (volume, pitch, pace and tone). Links with SMSC are inserted as well as Homework tasks on alternative weeks.
Year 7 "The Holiday" PowerPoint
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Year 7 "The Holiday" PowerPoint

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This is the PowerPoint to accompany the Year 7 SOW “The Holiday”. This is a 7 week topic (with an 8th week for Christmas activities - which can be removed). Each week is the new part of a story titled “The Holiday that Went Wrong”. In the 5th week, students are introduced to a performance assessment task in which they will come up with their own ending to the story.
Year 7 "The Holiday" Bundle
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Year 7 "The Holiday" Bundle

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This is a 7 lesson SOW and PowerPoint with an optional 8th week set aside for Christmas/end of term activities. This SOW follows the story of a family as they attempt to go on holiday but everything goes horribly wrong. Each week, students will explore a new part (1-4) of the story and will conclude the “Holiday that Went Wrong” by creating their own ending in an assessment using GCSE assessment objectives for grades 1-3. Accompanying this bundle is a KS3 booklet designed for tracking students throughout the academic year.