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YEAR

11 DRAMA

TOPIC:
YEAR:

OUTCOMES:
A student:

UNIT The elements of Drama,


Improvisation and Playbuilding

Fairvale High School -Drama


Register & Sequence Chart
Stage 6- Year 11 Drama

The Elements of Drama, Improvisation


to Playbuilding
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DURATION:

11 weeks

TERM:

1-2

P1.1 develops acting skills in order to adopt and sustain a variety of characters and roles
P1.2 explores ideas and situations, expressing them imaginatively in dramatic form
P1.3 demonstrates performance skills appropriate to a variety of styles and media
P1.5 understands, demonstrates and records the process of developing and refining ideas and scripts into performance
P1.6 demonstrates directorial and acting skills to communicate meaning through dramatic action
P1.7 understands the collaborative nature of drama and demonstrates the self-discipline needed in the process of collaboration
P1.8 recognises the value of individual contributions to the artistic effectiveness of the whole
P2.1 understands the dynamics of actor-audience relationship
P2.3 demonstrates directorial and acting skills to communicate meaning through dramatic action
P2.4 performs effectively in a variety of styles using a range of appropriate performance techniques, theatrical and design elements and performance spaces
P2.6 appreciates a variety of styles, structures and techniques that can be used in making and shaping a performance
P3.1 critically appraises and evaluates, both orally and in writing, personal performances and the performances of others
P3.2 understands the variety of influences that have impacted upon drama and theatre performance styles, structures and techniques

CONTENT:

Students learn to:


Manipulate the elements of drama to create dramatic meaning
Spontaneously create character and situation and explore ideas/issues
Develop an understanding of issues, themes and character
Collaborate in devising and create original presentations using dramatic elements,
theatrical elements, structures and performance styles
Perform drama and theatre to an audience
Experiment with a range of dramatic styles and forms

Students learn about:


Using the elements of drama in performance
Dramatic meaning
Critical reflection
Rehearsal scheduling and processes
Improvised, playbuilt and scripted drama
The diversity of theatrical and dramatic performances
A variety of forms and styles used in drama

YEAR 11 DRAMA

UNIT The elements of Drama,


Improvisation and Playbuilding

Fairvale High School -Drama


Register & Sequence Chart
Stage 6- Year 11 Drama

Review and critique own work and work of others

TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES


MAKING
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PERFORMING
Workshop activities
Prepared
(Elements of Drama)
improvisations
teacher led and then
focusing on voice
student led
and movement
Improvising from a
Using the
range of stimuli
elements of drama
in performance of
Explore
improvisations and
characterisation
playbuilt pieces
techniques
Stanislavski
Group
Performance from
Group performance
Topic Half
activities to learn about
Yearly Practical
and understand the
Examination
elements of drama,
theatrical techniques
and conventions
Exercises to develop
attitudes about the
collaborative nature of
drama and theatre
Devising a role
Structuring scenes and

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CRITICALLY STUDYING
Elements of drama
workshop activities and
handouts
Class discussions and
reflections in logbooks
Applications of the
elements of drama and
theatre in extended
responses Half Yearly
Examination
Research ICT
Note taking and
brainstorming on topics
for Playbuilding

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YEAR 11 DRAMA

Fairvale High School -Drama


Register & Sequence Chart
Stage 6- Year 11 Drama

developing transitions
Publishing a script
Ongoing assessment of
performance skills
through making group
performances

EVIDENCEOF LEARNING:
Student directed workshops elements of drama
Individual performance in group practical activities
Critical reflections in students logbooks
Working collaboratively and performing in a group performance
Half Yearly Examination Practical and Theory
FEEDBACK:
Verbal and written feedback on each task
Class discussions about performances and workshops
Peer evaluation in oral and written form
Self evaluation in logbooks
Annotation in log books

UNIT The elements of Drama,


Improvisation and Playbuilding