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I am a Drama teacher and I am keen to share my resources with you. If you have any feedback, do let me know, I'd really appreciate it.

I am a Drama teacher and I am keen to share my resources with you. If you have any feedback, do let me know, I'd really appreciate it.
Blood Brothers AQA GCSE Exam Prep
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Blood Brothers AQA GCSE Exam Prep

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These slides support KS4 Drama students with answering Section A and B of the AQA Drama exam. Resources include: Lesson 1: An introduction to the exam and mini-quiz on Section A: Theatre Roles and Terminology Lesson 2: Answering Q1 on Design with a model answer and supportive resources to have a go at answering an exam-style question Lesson 3: Answering Q2 on a single line in the extract with a model answer and supportive resources to have a go at answering an exam-style question Lesson 4: Answering Q3 on the shaded part of the extract where we analyse acting skills, explore the extract and how to create comedy in it. Students have a go at answering their own exam-style question. Lesson 5: Answering Q4 on the extract and the play as a whole. Students analyse the focused character and analyse an example response where they attempt their own with supportive resources. Extracts are also provided.
Live Theatre: Things I Know To Be True
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Live Theatre: Things I Know To Be True

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This resource is helpful for Drama teachers wishing to explore Live Theatre with their students. This explores Andrew Bovell’s Things I Know To Be True. This SOW is tailored to the AQA exam board for GCSE Drama and explores their mark schemes/structuring. Clips available to watch alongside moments. Every lesson has a PPT and resources included and follows the following structure: Lesson 1: Moment One - Rosie’s Berlin Monologue. Students recap key performance terminology then make detailed notes on the performance as they rewatch the moment within the play. Key quotes have been chosen for students to explore if they wish. Lesson 2: Moment One Response - Students are presented with an exemplar paragraph to demonstrate how they can incorporate their notes into an exam response. Students are taught to identify description, analysis and evaluation within writing and apply this to their own writing. Lesson 3: Moment Two - Pip’s Letter. Similar to lesson 2, students explore key quotes within the moment and incorporate their notes into an exam response. Students focus specifically on analysing the skills they have identified within the moment. Lesson 4: Moment Three - Bob’s Devastation. Students are again presented with an exemplar paragraph of the moment in which they must identify key elements of the response. After re-watching the moment and making notes students are to have a go at planning a full response. There is a mark scheme also included for any students wishing to mark others work. Helpful for peer assessment.
GCSE AQA Drama Revision Cards
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GCSE AQA Drama Revision Cards

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GCSE Revision Cards to support Y11 students with their written Drama exam. Tailored specifically to the AQA Exam Board but can be edited and adapted. Cards include: Exam breakdown Staging types Staging positions Acting terminology Design terminology Section B question breakdown Q1-4 Sentence Starters Section C question breakdown Section C sentence starters
Eduqas GCSE Drama Breakdown
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Eduqas GCSE Drama Breakdown

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A helpful resource (to possibly print and laminate) for new teachers of GCSE Eduqas Drama which breaks down each component and provides key information for each element. Helpful when needing to make a quick reference.
A Servant to Two Masters Revision: AQA Drama
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A Servant to Two Masters Revision: AQA Drama

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These resources help support students with revision for the AQA A-Level Drama Exam focusing on A Servant to Two Masters. Revision material includes: A revision booklet for students to complete alongside the PPT material In-depth character analysis of Truffaldino, Pantaloon, Dr Lombardi and Smeraldina focusing on relationships, costumes, their Commedia archetypes and key quotes throughout the play. Comedy and lazzi with key examples of how to include these within written responses. Tips for embedding context into responses with exemplars to develop students understanding of the context and what it looks like within the exam.
Introduction to Theatre Design
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Introduction to Theatre Design

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Three PPTS that help develop students understanding of design roles and how they collaborate with each other. Develops students understanding of key terminology for each design element which can support them preparing for GCSE Drama assessment.
A Taste of Honey Drama AQA Exam Prep
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A Taste of Honey Drama AQA Exam Prep

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These slides support KS4 Drama students with answering Section A and B of the AQA Drama exam. Resources include: Lesson 1: An introduction to the exam and mini-quiz on Section A: Theatre Roles and Terminology Lesson 2: Answering Q1 on Design with a model answer and supportive resources to have a go at answering an exam-style question Lesson 3: Answering Q2 on a single line in the extract with a model answer and supportive resources to have a go at answering an exam-style question Lesson 4: Answering Q3 on the shaded part of the extract where we analyse acting skills, explore the extract and how to create comedy in it. Students have a go at answering their own exam-style question. Lesson 5: Answering Q4 on the extract and the play as a whole. Students analyse the focused character and analyse an example response where they attempt their own with supportive resources. Extracts are also provided.
AQA GCSE & A-Level Drama Breakdown
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AQA GCSE & A-Level Drama Breakdown

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A helpful resource (to possibly print and laminate) for new teachers of GCSE and A-Level AQA Drama which breaks down each component and provides key information for each element. Helpful when needing to make a quick reference.
Live Theatre: The Bone Sparrow SOW
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Live Theatre: The Bone Sparrow SOW

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This resource is helpful for Drama teachers wishing to explore Live Theatre with their students. This explores Pilot Theatre’s production of The Bone Sparrow.E This SOW is tailored to the AQA exam board for GCSE Drama and explores their mark schemes/structuring. Every moment explored has a YouTube link of the performance attached so students can rewatch moments. Every lesson has a PPT and resources included and follows the following structure: Lesson 1: Introduction to Live Theatre. Additional resources include the extracts to be explored in the lesson. Students recap what they know of the production including it’s key characters, themes and story. Then they work together to embody their interpretations of the characters throughout the extracts and develop their understanding of their relationships. Lesson 2: Exploring Moment 1 - Jimmie’s Second Visit. Students recap key performance terminology then make detailed notes on the performance as they rewatch the moment within the play. Key quotes have been chosen for students to explore if they wish. An exemplar paragraph is provided for students to see how their notes can be applied in an exam format. Lesson 3: Exploring Moment 2 - Eli in Alpha. Similar to lesson 2, students explore key quotes within the moment and incorporate their notes into an exam response. Lesson 4: Exploring Moment 3: The Riot. Students begin the lesson by analysing a full response to identify the description, analysis and evaluation. Students explore the third and final moment within the play and focus specifically on analysing the skills they have identified within the moment. Lesson 5: Essay Race. To develop their understanding of the structure of an exam response, students work in teams to complete an essay race so they understand how to answer the full 32 mark question. Lesson 6: Essay Race DIRT. Students reflect on their feedback from the essays they completed in their previous lesson and apply some DIRT to develop their understanding. Lesson 7: Structure and Planning. Students use this lesson to begin planning to answer a full 32 mark question. For this, they are provided with a planning sheet to support them structuring their responses. Hope you find this helpful. Feedback is appreciated so I can develop this resource!