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Providing KS3, KS4, KS5 Drama resources and schemes of work. **Please write a review** Any problems with downloads please do let me know and I will update the files

Providing KS3, KS4, KS5 Drama resources and schemes of work. **Please write a review** Any problems with downloads please do let me know and I will update the files
WJEC GCSE Drama Live Theatre Things I know To be True PPT.
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WJEC GCSE Drama Live Theatre Things I know To be True PPT.

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WJEC exam board Set of 6 powerpoints to help assist the live theatre review C3. Includes looking at certain vocal and physical skills as well as breaking down the set. Powerpoints have KEY SCENES inserted to help students revise as well as to help students identify performance and production skills
Edexcel A Level Drama C3 Booklet: Live Theatre, Accidental Death of an Anarchist and Antigone
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Edexcel A Level Drama C3 Booklet: Live Theatre, Accidental Death of an Anarchist and Antigone

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Booklet that allows A level students to revise and work from. It covers all sections of the C3 exam (Live Theatre, Accidental Death of an Anarchist and Antigone - Brecht) , including context, writing frames and example answers. PDF and word copy Can be used as a lesson plan guide too Contents Page P.4 – Live theatre P.4 - Commenting on Acting P.5 – Commenting on costume / Music and sound P.6 – Commenting on Set and Props / Lighting (types of lighting included) P.7 – Creating Live Theatre Notes / Sample question P.8 – How to structure Live Theatre answer / Model Answer annotated / Annotate yourself P.11 – Sentence Starters P.12 – Mock Questions P.13 – Planning out your answer P.14 – Accidental Death – Page to Stage P.15 – Facts about; the play / Dario Fo / Social, Historical and Political context P.17 – Structure of the play / Themes of the play P.18 – Style of the play / Setting of the play P.19 – Satire / What is Political Satire P.20 – Dario Fo’s Satirical conventions / Direct Address / Universal Humour / Clowning P.21 – Influence of Commedia Dell Arte P.22 – Character Breakdown – Commedia Influence P.25 – The Exam – Answering the question on acting P.26 – Short Answer Example using Entrances and Exits P.27 – Answering question on design P.29 – Sample exam answer P.30 – Commentary / Feedback P.31 – Writing Frames for ADOAA – Acting P.32 – Writing Frame for ADOAA – Design P.33 – Antigone P.34 – Setting & Genre / Overall Message / Plot of the play / Themes / Key take aways / Importance P.35 – Contextual Understanding P.36 – The playwrights’ intentions / Play in today’s context P.37 – Characters & Relationships P.39 – Original Production P.41 – Key Moments P.46 – Brecht & techniques P.48 – Brechtian Antigone P.50 – Writing frame P.51 - Example
Game Over by Mark Wheeller / Verbatim / Theatre in Education (TIE)
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Game Over by Mark Wheeller / Verbatim / Theatre in Education (TIE)

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12 weeks worth of lessons looking into the play Game Over by Mark Wheeller and then moving onto Theatre in Education (TIE) and how to create a TIE performance. PowerPoint and Scheme of Learning document. Every lesson has a MUST, SHOULD and COULD. Assessment lesson included. Differentiated questioning Lesson 1: To be able to explore the opening scene of the play and discuss context of the play. Lesson 2: To be able to explore section 2 of the script Lesson 3: To be able toe explore section 3 of the script Lesson 4: To be able to explore section 4 and 5 of the script Lesson 5: To be able to explore section 6 of the script Lesson 6: To be able to explore section 7 and 8 of the script Lesson 7: Introduction to Theatre in Education Lesson 8: To be able to start to create a TIE performance Lesson 9: To be able to create the middle section of my TIE performance Lesson 10: To be able to create the ending of my TIE performance Assessment Prep Lesson 11: Assessment Lesson Lesson 12: Reflection Lesson
Commedia Dell Arte and Pantomime SOW
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Commedia Dell Arte and Pantomime SOW

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A whole term devoted to commedia dell’arte and pantomime As pantomimes are so ingrained in British society, it will not only help students fully understand ensemble acting, improvisation, and audience engagement, but it will also improve students’ awareness of British values. Students will start to understand what constitutes identity, how identities are created, and how stereotypes are formed during this unit. Thereafter, the focus will shift to pantomime, notably focusing on the pantomime dame. To help students engage and understanding, the characters from Shrek have been used. INCLUDED: Lesson break down/Learning outline PowerPoint Do now activity for all 12 lessons Break down of the characters and how to perform them Pictures and video explanation to help with SEND Warm up games Class discussions Question sheets Assessment criteria Scripts
Edexcel GCSE Drama DNA revision book
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Edexcel GCSE Drama DNA revision book

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EDEXCEL Exam board 46 Page document; Breakdown of themes Breakdown of design elements Breakdown of historical context Breakdown of characters Practise questions How to answer the questions
Edexcel GCSE Drama Component 1 Booklet - How to devise and portfolio writing frames
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Edexcel GCSE Drama Component 1 Booklet - How to devise and portfolio writing frames

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A booklet to help and structure Component 1 exam. HOW TO DEVISE AND THE DEVISING PROCESS Includes; Breakdown of the exam criteria for performance and portfolio Drama Vocab and knowledge with definitions Information on Practitioners and their techniques (Stan, Brecht and Artaud) How to devise How to choose a stimulus Space to write down ideas How to research your chosen stimulus How research will help develop your performance Deciding on aims and intentions Writing a statement of dramatic intent How to develop your research through games Character development exercises Dramatic techniques to help develop your piece How to choose the style of the piece Choosing the genre of your piece Structuring your performance Planning out a rehearsal schedule Record, write, note, record Writing a full script Preparing for your performance Sound and lighting cues HOW TO WRITE THE PORTFOLIO Includes; Portfolio log Top Tips Portfolio questions What is required for each question and breakdown Sentence Starters
Introduction to Drama Year 7 Vocal work
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Introduction to Drama Year 7 Vocal work

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Communicating meaning through voice. 6 lessons, with assessment criteria (1-9), complete powerpoint and complete booklet (SEND approved - Comic Sans size 14). Key Knowledge section and Do now tasks Looking into how to deliver a motivating speech, understanding subtext with learning the history surrounding Slavery and Segregation. ‘I Rise’ and BLM stimuli.
Edexcel GCSE Live theatre Frankenstein Guide
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Edexcel GCSE Live theatre Frankenstein Guide

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A booklet on how to answer the GCSE Edexcel live theatre question based on the National Theatre Frankenstein production. Contains: What is live theatre? Notes The questions Creative team Core cast list Short Plot Summary of Set, Costume, Lighting and Sound Detailed analysis of 3 key moments with break downs of performance, set, lighting sound and costumes. With pictures and a space for students to annotate How to answer the questions with breakdown with writing frames and examples Space for students to write their own notes when watching the performance
Romeo and Juliet Murder Mystery
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Romeo and Juliet Murder Mystery

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A murder mystery to help engage students learning Shakespeare. Students will have to work together in groups, to come up with a Pitch and a Re-enactment of the events they believe have taken place, and whom should be arrested for the crime. Students will use dramatic techniques to explore each scenario they come up with. Students will be able to create closing arguments for their prime suspect Students will be able to retell and explore the story of Romeo and Juliet; the events that happened and discuss the relationships within. Names have been changed, to ensure students do not find out until the end. Comes with Teacher Guidance as well as powerpoint, pieces of evidence, planning sheet for students etc. Works well if you can create the scene in the drama classroom too.
WJEC GCSE Drama  C3 DNA and Live Review Revision Booklet
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WJEC GCSE Drama C3 DNA and Live Review Revision Booklet

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Revision booklet for GCSE Component 3 WJEC Eduqas. Set text and live theatre review section Contains Breakdown of the written paper Exam Tips Do’s and Donts DNA Section: Intro to DNA Historical Context Themes Plot summary Original staging Character breakdown Location breakdown Example Question and Answer from CGP Books Things I Know To Be True: Exam requirements Plot Historical Context Key Themes Character Breakdown Scene Breakdown Key Quotes Set Design Example answers
Set Design: Everybody's talking about Jamie
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Set Design: Everybody's talking about Jamie

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Using the musical Everybody’s talking about Jamie, students are able to explore set design. Understand Job Roles within the theatre: Set Designer, Costume Design, Director, Lighting Designer Understand the meaning behind; Realistic, Representational and Symbolic set Understand the importance of Costume, colours used and Makeup Identify types of staging and understand why they are effective Identify why Gobos and Gels are useful when setting a scene with lighting Being able to plan and then experiment with the drama lights bringing their planned designs to life.
Edexcel GCSE Drama C3 Bundle
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Edexcel GCSE Drama C3 Bundle

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Everything you need to complete Component 3 for the Edexcel GCSE Exam. DNA revision booklet DNA Mock questions for whole script DNA Exam Writing Frames and Answers Live Theatre booklet with guide to answer questions